How to Convert Slides to DVD Machine

Written by bill richards
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How to Convert Slides to DVD Machine
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PowerPoint is a presentation program developed by Microsoft that makes it easy to put together dynamic presentations with minimal computer know-how. PowerPoint can output to CD for playback in another computer, but it does not support native conversion to DVD. Using additional free software, however, you can turn your PowerPoint presentation into a DVD in just a few simple steps.

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Things you need

  • PPT to DVD application (Download link in Resources section)

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    PPT to DVD Software

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    Download and install PPT to DVD using the download link provided in the Resources section.

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    Open PPT to DVD and click on the "Browse" button at the bottom of the window to select the PowerPoint File you wish to convert to DVD.

  3. 3

    Browse to the .ppt file and click "Import." Click "Next."

  4. 4

    Set the TV standard to NTSC and set the aspect ratio to 4:3 unless you plan on giving your presentation on a widescreen TV, in which case you should use a 16:9 aspect ratio. Click "Next."

  5. 5

    Click "Disable DVD menu" and click "Next." A DVD menu is unnecessary unless you are putting multiple presentations on the DVD. If you have multiple PowerPoint files that you want to put on your DVD simply uncheck "Disable DVD menu" and PPT to DVD will automatically create a menu for you.

  6. 6

    Click "Preview" in the bottom right corner of the window to preview what your DVD will look like. Click "Next" when you are done.

  7. 7

    Insert a blank DVD into your DVD burner drive.

  8. 8

    Check off "Burn to DVD" and leave the other settings as is. You may wish to change to volume label to the title of your presentation, but this is not necessary. Click "Start" to burn your DVD. Your DVD will take less than an hour to burn.


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