How can you transfer a powerpoint presentation in YouTube?
I think this may help you my friend...
You need to convert your powerpoint presentation into either .flv or .mp4 or .3gp or other file formats acceptable to Youtube before you can upload to YouTube. If you wish to pay for the converter program, there are a few around, and there are some which are freeware available to download too. I have used one or two of them, and they do the job, Not sure whether they are the best available in the market today, though.
You can download and install Camtasia. It is free for the first 30 days, fully functional.
All you have to do is press the record button while playing your powerpoint presentation. As easy as that. Hope this helps...
If you have PowerPoint 2010 you can save the document as a movie file - which you can load to youtube - See example of one I did attached to this hub page: http://hubpages.com/hub/PowerPoint-Tips
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