The answer was and still is yes! In fact, almost anything that you can create on the computer can be transferred to video.
Will it look good? Again, the answer is yes.
However, with the advent of PowerPoint® 2010, in the Windows Office 2010 suite, it is now possible to save your PowerPoint® presentation as a WMV video file, a format designed to play in Windows Media Player. No need to have it encoded by us as an AVI file. Once encoded you can even edit the WMV file in Windows Movie Maker.You may find the information provided here to be of help if you're not sure how to do this. You'll also find suggestions for third party software there that's designed to aid in coversion to AVI files if you're using an older version of PowerPoint® Or you can check out the documentation that came with PowerPoint®, always a good starting point!
If you want to create a DVD from your PowerPoint® material that can be played on your DVD player you can use Windows Media Center, which you can read about here.
We'll be glad to help in any way we can; please call VideOccasions at 425-641-4811 or email us to discuss your specific needs.
Last updated 2/14/13