The best way to watch PPT on Asus EeePad MeMo

As we know, Asus EeePad Memo is a tablet computer released by Asus on this year. It features a 7 inches touch screen and applies Android 3.0 operating system. Quite like most other tablet computers, it cannot well support PowerPoint files, especially cannot display all the animations, pictures, music and videos of the source PPT file. Thus, the best way to watch PPT on this machine must be converting PPT to video. In this way, we can better watch the PPT on this machine and keep all the original effects of the source PPT.

Here, we will look into how to convert PPT to video by using a PPT to video converter.

Step 1: download the PPT to vide converter

Step 2: add PPT files

Simply start the program and input the source PPT file by clicking “Add”. Also, you can directly drag and drop the PPT file to it.

Click the buttons under the view screen to preview the source PPT. Select a video format for the converted video and just designate a folder as output folder.

Step 3: Customize

Please click the customize icon to start customizing.

Timing, slides, audio, music and conversion are provided to be customized. Here you can set the transition time between slides and add background music for the converted video.

Step 4: audio and video settings

Now, you can click “Settings” to start the audio and video settings of the converted video.

Bite rate, video codec, video size and some other parameters are offered to be adjusted.

Step 5: convert PPT to video

As long as all the setting have been finished, just click the start icon to convert PPT to video.

The program will show you the PPT to vide converting process. You just wait until the output folder has been opened automatically. Enjoy the video on your table computers.


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