sms 11:48 12 Nov 2004

I have a powerpoint presentation show on my hard disk. I would like to burn it to CD so that it can be played in a normal dvd player.
My burner does not recognise the format.
Any advise on how to do this, thanks

  cherria 11:59 12 Nov 2004

You could either convert each slide to a JPEG file and create a slide shop on a DVD or you could use something like camtasia to record the slide show on screen as an MPEG file and then create a DVD using the mpeg file created.

  TomJerry 12:14 12 Nov 2004

The program you need is Powerpoint to DVD, cost $79.95 click here.

There are other programs, but this one is very good. 321 Studio used to have a program called DVD x Point which is very good, but 321 is forced out business by big copyright lawyers becuase they made a DVD copy program.

  scotty 12:22 12 Nov 2004

PowerPoint has the option to save slides as .jpg. This will convert each slide into a separate JPG picture. Your CD burning software will probably have an option to create a slide show which will play in a DVD player.

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