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Convert PowerPoint to Video Using AI in 5 Easy Steps

Okay, big disclaimer. 📣

If you're looking for a guide on saving a PowerPoint presentation (.ppt) into a windows media video format (.wmv) in Microsoft Office, this guide isn't for you.

For that, we can refer you to a fantastic detailed article on the topic on Microsoft's website .

(You're welcome.)

But since you stuck around, maybe we can interest you in a guide to converting PowerPoint presentations into videos that are

Intrigued? Good. Keep reading to learn how to turn plain text-based PowerPoint presentations into videos.

Here's what you'll learn:

If you're a visual learner, let our in-house Learning Expert Kevin guide you through the process in a video format:

Let's dive in!

Why you should convert a PowerPoint to a video format

So PowerPoint-style presentations have been around for a while (since 1987, to be exact).

And back in the day, it was a fantastic addition to spoken presentations. It gave the speaker and the listeners a visual guide to accompany the speech and engage the audience.

Enter 2010s and the era of Prezi. Prezi came in to revolutionize the classic PowerPoint presentation. Now you could use motion and interactivity to create dynamic zooming presentations to wow your audience.

Now enter the 2020s, the era of YouTube, social media, TikTok, and the like, and video is king.

Video is more engaging

78% of people watch online videos every week, and that number is only going to be growing.

And it's easy to understand why - it's easier to watch and listen to a video than to read a bunch of text. (Are you still reading this, by the way? 🥺)

So much so, that according to a recent study , people retain 95% of the information presented through video vs only 10% through text.

In our minds, it just makes sense to use a video format for presentations as well.

After all, we want them to be engaging, right?

Video is more memorable

Video helps people remember information better because it's presented both through visuals and audio.

Besides, we can use a few techniques, like adding animations and different "camera" angles to grab the viewers' attention.

Video is more shareable

The argument here is pretty straightforward.

You can share video by sending a link and view the video on any device.

For a PowerPoint presentation, you most likely need special software, a license, or an online tool to open and view it.

Now that we've (hopefully) convinced you of the powers of video vs PowerPoint, let's see how you can use those powers to convert PowerPoint to video!

How to convert PowerPoint to video using Synthesia

Okay, so if you're really pressed on time and just want to save your presentation as a video file, you can do that with a simple conversion process.

Using a PowerPoint to video converter , import your PowerPoint file in a .ppt or .pptx format by clicking on... yup, you guessed it, 'Import PowerPoint' .

Drag and drop or upload your file there and the PowerPoint will be converted to a video background. Add an avatar and some text for narrations, and you're done.

After the conversion process is complete, you can download the video file in a Full HD MP4 file format.

But we have a better solution for you. That is if you want to create video presentations that really capture your audience's attention.

Here's a (non-basic) guide to creating video presentations .

Step 1: Start with a template or from scratch

If you are a power user of PowerPoint, you likely have a few favorite themes you use to get started with a presentation.

Well, you can use the same approach with Synthesia by using video templates.

We have video presentation templates for all kinds of scenarios: corporate updates , HR onboarding presentations , board meeting slides , or simple colored ones .

To get started with a template, choose one of the 3 options:

1. In your STUDIO dashboard, click on 'Templates' on the left-hand side, choose one and select 'Create video'

2. In your video canvas, click 'Templates' on the right-hand-side, pick out the one you like, and add all slides or individual ones

3. In your dashboard, preview and choose templates directly from the top bar on the screen

Alternatively, start with a blank canvas and transform your PowerPoint presentation into anything you want.

In your STUDIO dashboard, select 'Create video' on the top right-hand side to get started.

Step 2: Condense information into a video script

Heavy walls of text don't convert well to video.

We expect a video to move quickly, and a long presentation narration is anything but that.

Instead of pasting a whole block of text into a video maker, you want to break up the information into less chunky bits and create a video script.

We won't go over too many details on how to do that. Instead, you can watch our video lesson on chunking information.

Step 3: Add narration

To achieve professional video quality, make sure that the audio portion matches the quality of the video itself.

You can, of course, use recorded narrations of your own voice. But most of us aren't too comfortable doing that (who doesn't cringe when hearing their own voice 😅) or simply don't have good equipment to record audio.

To add narrations in Synthesia STUDIO, you simply need to paste in your video script slide by slide into the script box and choose the voice you like.

That's it, really.

Our text-to-speech (TTS) engine will narrate the video based on your script.

Now, AI narrations aren't always perfect (although it's getting there), but you can adjust the pronunciation using Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML).

Step 4: Add visuals

Now that we have the audio and narration sorted, time to make the presentation stand out with animations, images, videos, shapes, on-screen text, and AI avatars.

In this step, we'll show you where to find them in Synthesia STUDIO and how to add and edit them to your presentation, but keep reading to learn how to enhance those visuals with 3 tips and tricks.

To add an AI avatar click 'Avatar' on the right-hand side of the video canvas and choose one you like. Switch between the full-body view, circle view, or voice only.

To add text, click on 'Text' and choose between Title , Subtitle , or Body Text .

To find, add or upload images, you can either go to 'Images' and add one as a standalone element, or go to 'Background' -> 'Images' to use one as a background.

To use a video background, go to 'Background' -> 'Videos' . There, you can find stock videos, upload your own or record your screen.

You are free to format, style, and animate virtually any elements, just like you would add PowerPoint transitions and effects.

Step 5: Generate your video

Now that you're done converting PowerPoint presentations into videos, it's time to generate and export them.

To generate the video, click on 'Generate video' . Here you can edit the Title and Description of the video and include captions if needed.

Once the video is created, you have a few options:

3 Tips to enhance content when moving from PowerPoint to video

If you follow the above steps, the results you'll get are already going to be better than a simple PowerPoint.

But armed with the tricks below, you can transform your presentation from good to great .

Tip #1: Frame and punch-in technique for avatars

An AI avatar is a great way to kick off the video by instantly grabbing the viewers' attention. The goal of using an AI avatar/presenter is to enhance the delivery of the content.

If you're using avatars in Synthesia STUDIO, most of them come in 2 camera angles - a headshot and a full-body view.

This comes in handy for what we call the frame and punch-in technique. Using this technique, you can achieve a professional two-camera zooming shot (only without actual cameras).

Start the first slide with a wider full-body avatar view and add a background image.

In the next slide, use a close-up headshot avatar angle and zoom in on the background image.

This effect will add movement to your presentation and emphasize the information presented.

It's a much more engaging way to present information than a simple audio narration over a converted presentation.

See our video lesson on avatar angles for more detail.

Tip #2: Use movement and animation

This tip uses the same principle of movement as a way to grab and hold on to the viewers' attention and add emphasis to the information.

Only this time it applies to adding movements to otherwise static elements, like text boxes, shapes, and images.

Here's how it's done in STUDIO.

To animate any element in the video canvas, click on it to select it, then click on the 'Animate' tab on the right-hand side.

In the 'Animate' tab, choose the Entry and Exit animation you would like to use. Then, you can choose the duration and delay of the animation in seconds.

To set the timing of the animation and sync it with the narration, click on the word in the dialog box where you want the animation to appear.

On the top right-hand side of the dialog box, you will see the approximate timing of the word. Add the same timing to the 'Delay' field in the 'Animate' tab.

Make sure to edit the color, shadow, opacity, and size of the shapes to make them stand out.

Bonus : Highlight the shapes and text boxes as they're being narrated using borders and entry/exit animations to emphasize the text.

Tip #3: Spice it up by adding variety

They say variety is the spice of life, but in this case, variety is essential for video engagement.

Variety in this case is different techniques we can use to create the visual language of matching what your script is saying to what you're showing on the screen.

Slapping on an AI avatar or simple narration on top of your PowerPoint presentation isn't going to do anyone any favors. Your audience is simply going to be bored by the 3rd slide.

That's why we advocate for everyone to convert PowerPoint to video with engagement in mind. Spend a little more time on the video creation process instead of using a .ppt to video file converter, and we guarantee you will be happier with the results.

So how do we add variety to a PowerPoint video?

By utilizing 3 on-screen techniques for visualizing information:

1. Talking head

The first way you can present information in a video format is by using an actor or an AI avatar to act as a presenter and narrator.

Using real actors is pricy and time-consuming and, frankly, not worth it for a simple PowerPoint presentation.

You can use digital humans to do the job (almost) just as well. 😉

2. Text on screen with narration

But even a human or near-human face can't keep an audience's interest forever.

That's where we introduce the second way to visualize information: text on screen with narration.

If you have information that you want your viewers to remember, write it on the slide!

Condense it into essential info only first ( bullet points work well for that), and time the appearance of the text with the narration.

See our video lesson on timing animations with text.

3. Stock footage

Visualize a concept by using stock footage that fits the topic of the narration. Use video or photos to illustrate your point.

If you have branded footage that's relevant - great, use it.

If you don't have any footage of your own - don't worry.

You can access thousands of images and videos in Synthesia STUDIO with our Shutterstock integration .

Go to either the 'Images' or 'Background' tabs and type a keyword in the search bar to find a relevant video or image.

Bonus tip #4: Don't use avatars on slides with data

As mentioned earlier, the goal of the avatar is to enhance the delivery of the information being presented.

Sometimes, however, a presenter can distract from the information, because the viewer has to divide their attention between the presenter and the slide.

One example where you shouldn't use a presenter is any data visualization: graphs, charts, tables, and the like.

Instead, feature only the voiceover narration for those slides.

To do that in STUDIO, select the data slide, click on 'Avatar' on the right-hand side and select the 'Voice only' option at the bottom.

We're not in the early 2000s anymore and video is becoming the new norm. While converting PowerPoint presentations to high-quality engaging videos isn't always a straightforward approach, spending a little more time on this always pays off.

So if you'd like to start making better presentations with a little help from AI, check out Synthesia STUDIO and get started in minutes.

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Video is now the undisputed king of mediums in business communication. HubSpot reports that 85% of companies use videos in their marketing efforts. From webinars to demos, from sales presentations to investor pitches, and from welcome videos to online tutorials, videos are the go-to channel. Clearly, video marketing  is on the surge.

And video presentations are among the most widely used formats for video marketing. But how exactly can you create winning video presentations, to begin with?

Simply by signing up to InVideo for business where you get tailor-made template and video editing services on demand so you can spend your time running your business. Sign up for a free demo here. 

Video Presentations Q&A

Before we get into the meat of our guide, let’s quickly answer a few commonly asked questions.

1. What is a Video Presentation?

A video presentation is a form of communicating with an audience with the aid of a video or completely using a video. The video could be made of PowerPoint slides , still images, animation, or actual video footage.

2. Why Should I use Video Presentations?

Common reasons for using videos as presentation aids include:

- Overcoming space/time limitations - Using video as a visual aide to drive your point home - Video enables you to compress a lot of information into a digestible size

3. How do I make a Video Presentation?

Thanks to the advancements in technology, making video presentations has become very easy. It has also become more affordable than it was a couple of years ago. While different video makers have different steps to take when making a video , here are the basic steps to follow:

- Come up with a concept for your presentation. - Craft an engaging script . - Decide on the visual assets (and format) you’ll use. - Use a professional video editing app to bring it all together. - Promote the video.

Pro tip: To make things even easier, you could sign up to InVideo for business and get presentations made for your brand using the editing-on-demand services.  Sign up for a free demo here . 

4. How do you begin a Presentation?

You can open your presentation in 7 ways:

1. Share an anecdote or short personal story. 2. Kick-off with a provocative statement. 3. Present a startling statistic or data. 4. Tell a good clean joke that suits the audience. 5. Ask a loaded rhetorical question. 6. Show the audience a compelling visual. 7. Hook people with a fascinating quotation.

5. How do you Make a Video Presentation with PowerPoint?

Turning a PowerPoint presentation into a video is easy. Just follow these steps:

Step 1: On the File  menu, select Save  to make sure you have saved all your recent work in PowerPoint presentation format (.pptx).

Step 2: On the File  menu, select Save As .

Step 3: Select the folder location where you want to store your PowerPoint Show file.

Step 4: In the Save as type  box, choose PowerPoint Show (*.ppsx) .

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Step 5: Select Save . That’s it.

Now that we’ve answered a few basic questions, let’s dig deeper into why videos are so powerful.

What Makes Video Presentations so Effective?

Why do they increase the impact of your message?

Well, it’s simple, really – people are visual creatures. This means we take in more information by watching than by reading. Remember the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words”? Besides that, here are 4 other reasons video is so effective:

1. Conveys emotions better

No other communication channel conveys emotions better than video. That’s because video caters to the brain’s visual and auditory systems, helping the viewer pick up on cues like body language, facial expressions, imagery, and music.

2. Cements information better

According to research , people remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read. However, they remember a staggering 80% of what they experienced. In short, visuals are easier to remember than text or audio because they help your audience “experience” your message. It makes video an essential part of creating presentations your audience will remember for a long time.

3. Makes it easier to digest information

Especially when explaining complicated concepts, video is a great way to present information in an easy-to-understand way. Not only is the format easy to take in, but it also makes breaking down concepts easier.

4. Builds relationships fast

I’m sure you know the marketing mantra: people buy from people they know, like, and trust. Nothing beats video in making prospects or your audience know, like, and trust you…   fast. Video is an instant relationship builder. It’s the next best thing to live face-to-face communication.

A video is a great tool that has made it easier to communicate thoughts and ideas with people – not just in a room, but even across the globe.

6 Types of Video Presentations You Need to Know

Video presentations come in different flavors, depending on their purpose.

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1. Educational Presentations

These are mainly used in teaching and learning sets online or in a classroom setting. These make it easier for the teacher to convey information and the students to grasp the concepts.

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2. Sales Presentations

The field of sales has evolved tremendously in the past decade. With customers being savvier, sales reps must play the game well if they’re to bag sales. One way they can do that is by creating story-based sales video presentations.

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3. Investor Pitches

Need to woo an investor? One of the best ways to do that is by using a video pitch. This will help you present your business plan in a visually appealing way so they can easily grasp your business concept.

4. Promotional Videos

Whether you’re promoting an existing product or a new one, video is your best bet for getting eyeballs on your product (or cause). People relate better to what they can see, making video the best medium for presenting your promotions (like product reviews, for example).

5. Employee Training and Onboarding

Video presentations are great for conducting employee training and onboarding. One of the main reasons for this is that video helps reduce the resources spent on these 2 important aspects of employee relationship management.

6. Informational Videos

As the name suggests, the informational/how-to type of presentation serves to pass on important information. Why video in this case? Because it’s more engaging and can pack a lot of information in a short clip.

Pro tip: You can get tailor-made templates to create any kind of presentation for your brand or business using InVideo for business . Sign up for a free demo here . 

How to create killer Video Presentations – 4 Tips

Now you know why video presentations are important and which scenarios to use them in. Now to the fun part – tips on creating killer video presentations. Let’s get to it, shall we?

Tip #1 - Know your Audience

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The most important aspect of creating a stellar presentation is to know and understand your audience. Even if you use the best video presentation maker , if you don’t target a specific, clearly defined audience, your presentation will flop. Understanding your audience will help you:

A. Communicate effectively

Effective communication involves knowing the language and examples that resonate with your audience.

B. Choose the right visuals

Certain visuals are more impactful when used on a particular audience. Study those that your audience will easily understand and relate to.

C. Connect on an emotional level

No matter the type of presentation, it’s crucial to connect with your audience on an emotional level. And to do that, you need to understand the emotional triggers to push in your video presentation.

Invest in adequate audience research. While it may be time-consuming (and a bit costly), it will pay off in the end.

Idea #2 - Brainstorm video content ideas

Create Killer Video Presentations - Brainstorm Video Content Ideas

Now that you have gathered enough audience data, it’s time to brainstorm some content ideas. Whether you’re creating your talk solo or as a team, 3 crucial questions will lay the foundation of your brainstorming session:

1. What do you want the video to achieve? 2. Which emotions do you want the video to evoke? 3. What will visual elements help your video achieve its goal?

The answers to these questions will help guide your ideas. They are key to creating a killer video that your audience will love.

Tip #3 - Craft engaging scripts

Craft Engaging Scripts

Audience research? Check.

Great idea? Check.

Now we get to another interesting stage of creating great video presentations  – crafting an engaging script. Whether it’s a live presentation, a webinar, or even a product review, you’ll need a great script to ensure you keep your audience engaged.

Even if you love creating impromptu videos, having a script for your video presentations is important. And no, you need not be Quentin Tarantino to produce a great video script (although it won’t hurt to learn how to become a good copywriter). Here are 3 reasons a good video script is a must:

1) Helps structure your video

To ensure your video has a smooth and progressive flow, you’ll need a good script.

2) Eliminates “dead spots”

Dead spots, or moments of inactivity, are a great turn-off in a video. They reek of unprofessionalism and can lead to your audience disengaging. The best way to eliminate dead spots is to craft a solid video script .

3) Keeps you on track

It’s very easy to get sidetracked when creating a video . However, with a script, you minimize the instances of going off-topic.

Creating scripts for your videos is a best practice that shouldn’t be overlooked. If anything, invest more in your script than the visuals as a good script can save a video with poor visuals.

Pro-tip: Once you’re confident about your script, it is time to make things even more clear. A  storyboard will allow you to break down your video visually, scene by scene, describing what is happening in it.

Tip #4 - Invest in the Right Tools

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With video, one thing you should never skimp on is the tools you use, particularly your video editing software. While there is a gazillion free video editing software on the market, it’s highly recommended that you use a professional video editor . And that means going the paid route.

Why should you spend on a video editor when there are countless free options available? Here’s why:

A. Get more (professional) features

Creating professional-looking videos requires a lot of resources and features. Most free video editors lack the features that will enable you to create professional videos.

B. Avoid branding and ads

With video editing software, free is never free. That’s because you pay through being forced to include the video editors brand in your work. In other words, you pay by advertising for them. Besides branding, some free video editors may subject you to irritating in-app ads.

If there’s one thing that’s inevitable when it comes to software, it’s that one time or another you’ll encounter glitches. This is where paid video editors have a great advantage over their free counterparts – you’ll have access to customer support.

From hardware (like cameras) to software (like video editing software), the tools you use will determine the quality of your videos. Invest in professional tools, and your presentations will sweep your audience off their feet because they’ll be more polished.

Pro tip: If you don't have the time or bandwidth to find your way around an editing tool, simply sign up to InVideo for business and get presentations created using tailor-made templates and on-demand editing services. Sign up for a free demo here . 

Tip #5 - Adopt Video Presentation Best Practices

There’s no need to reinvent the wheel when creating presentations . Most winning video presentations are based on common fundamental principles that work. Here are some you need to know:

1) Create impactful intros (and outros)

Your intro is the most important part of your presentation as it sets the tone for the rest of the talk. If you can’t engage your audience with your intro, you probably won’t get another chance to engage them.

2) Keep it short, sharp, and sweet

No matter how engaging your video is, always remember it’s not a movie. The point is to keep your audience engaged enough to pass on your information, no more no less.

3) Be professional

Don’t throw out your professional etiquette just because you’re on (or using) video. Maintain professionalism in your video presentations by, for example, using clean language and maintaining a good posture.

4) Use quality sound

Sound plays an integral part in presentations. Whether it’s music or speech, make sure it’s crisp, clear, and audible.

By following these (and other) video presentation best practices, success is inevitable. Remember, the presentation is not about you; it’s about your audience. So, ensure that your presentations provide a good user experience for your audience.

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2) Is it customizable? – Can you design brand-specific clips using your company’s colors, fonts, and styling? Good templates give you wiggle room to include your brand’s specific needs.

3) Is it campaign-specific? – Different videos fit different scenarios. Ideally, you want templates tailored to your current campaign.  That way, you have less tweaking to do because the templates are close to what you want.

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5 Awesome Video Presentation ideas to bring The House Down

Presentation is both an art and science. Get the balance right, and you have the audience eating out of the palm of your hand. Here are some ideas to help you do just that.

Idea #1 - Tickle them with humor

Humor is a powerful learning tool.

According to studies by Physiology Org humor leads to learning because of it:

- Attracts and sustains attention. - Relieves tension and produces a relaxed atmosphere. - Enhances participation. - Increases retention and motivation. - Bonds the student and the teacher.

However, to reap all these benefits, the humor must be appropriate and on-topic. So spice up your presentation with a joke or two. The result? Your audience will laugh and learn.

Idea #2 - Use Relevant Examples

Effective presenters use timely, powerful illustrations.

The word illustration comes from the Latin term ‘illustration,’ which means illumination. So practical examples are like windows of your presentation. They let light in. They help people see or understand the material better.

Here are 5 questions to ask about your illustrations:

1. Are they relevant to the topic? 2. Are they suited to the audience? 3. Are they suited to the time limit? 4. Are they enlightening? 5. Are they well told?

Grab compelling examples from books, movies, TV shows, history, children, current events, and captivating real-life incidents. Use good illustrations ram your points home.

Idea #3 - Wield Questions like a Ninja

Questions are an integral part of learning.

Sharp questions aid learning. Plus, they keep listeners highly engaged.

Ask questions:

- At the beginning of your presentation to draw your audience in. - In the middle of the presentation to revive waning audience interest. - At the end of the talk, so the audience reflects on the material.

Also, allow the audience to ask questions. When your audience asks questions, they switch from passive spectators to active participants.

Idea #4 - Be Minimal

Have you ever sat through a presentation and felt:

- Dazed? - Confused? - Strained?

More than likely, the reason is the presenter drowned you in a blaze of inessential stuff. There was too much going on you couldn’t cope with.

Minimalism is removing all unnecessary material, leaving only the bare minimum needed to put your points across. It means using just enough text, visuals, scenes, or slides to make the point and no more. A minimal presentation is clean and uncluttered.

Simple yet intriguing. Plain but profound. Basic but punchy.

Most importantly, it makes learning easy and enjoyable.

Idea #5 - Connect emotionally with a story

Stories are speakers’ most powerful weapons. That’s because stories play a dual purpose –

- Engage intellectually - Connect Emotionally

And an emotional connection is key to bringing the house down with your presentation. Why?

An emotional connection:

- Endears you to your audience - Makes your presentation memorable - Inspires your audience to take action

By using a relevant story in your video presentation, you’ll ensure that your audience walks the entire journey with you from intro to outro.

6 PowerPoint Presentation tips to wow your audience

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No business video guide is complete without PowerPoint, the staple software for business presentations.

Here are 6 golden rules to help you nail your next PowerPoint presentation and leave your audience crying for more:

1. Keep Things Simple

Legendary artist Leonardo da Vinci once said something profound:

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication".

With the plethora of apps and templates at your disposal, you will be tempted to complicate things. Don’t. Keep things simple.

Simple design. Simple colors. Simple story.

People get swamped and confused by complicated stuff but easily absorb and appreciate straightforward material.

2. Good visual contrast

What use is your blockbuster presentation if the audience can’t see it?

You want people to enjoy your presentation, not endure it. If you use dark fonts on dark backgrounds or light fonts on light backgrounds, you’ll strain your audience’s eyes. They’ll struggle to see your lovely slides.

Classic black-on-white color contrast does just fine. You can use colors like red, blue, or yellow for headings and images. If you don’t like black and white, you can use other colors you prefer as long as the contrast of your combination is bold and strong.

3. Use a few words and animations

It’s easy to go overboard with fancy animations and a gushing stream of words. Only use as many words as it takes to get your point across and no more.

Too many words cause the audience to read rather than listen. Remember, your slides are there to compliment your talk, not substitute it. Also, a lot of words will fill up many slides that wear your audience down.

Ruthlessly cut out senseless animations that don’t add value to your talk.

4. Use excellent images

Images are to a presentation, what water is to fish. Without them, your presentation becomes bland. It lacks the needed fizz to keep your audience hooked. But only include relevant images.

Not only that. Above all, make sure all pictures are of high quality. Amateur-looking clip art causes the audience not to take you seriously.

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5. Smooth and fast transitions

While PowerPoint transitions can make your presentation engaging, don’t overdo them, especially the advanced ones. Not only do they quickly drain power on weaker machines, but they also distract the audience. Stick to simpler and faster transitions like wipe or slide.

6. Avoid overloading your slides

In presentations, less is more.

Having a lot going on your screen confuses and overwhelms listeners.

Cramming too much info into your slides is a big no-no. Clutter is your enemy. Strip your slides down to essential words and images. Your audience will love you for it and leave you with many takeaways.

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How do I make a video out of a presentation?

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Making an animated presentation from scratch is difficult unless you have advanced skills. Your best bet is to find a video presentation maker with a library of animations you can add to your presentation. Look for an online video maker that offers unique animations geared toward a professional setting.


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Every great video presentation starts with a goal. What are you trying to accomplish? Maybe you want to share a new idea with your colleagues. Maybe you want to report on important company metrics. Or maybe you want to do something else entirely.

It’s incredibly difficult to make a video presentation that moves the needle until you define exactly what your presentation aims to achieve. Figure that part out and the rest becomes much easier.

Choose a proven template

Now that you know what your presentation aims to achieve you can pick a template that fits. You can create your video presentation from scratch, but using a template as a starting point gives you guide rails for tempo and pacing, plus a proven structure designed by pros.

Biteable video presentation maker has plenty of template options geared toward a professional setting, plus hundreds of extra video scenes and animations to build out your video presentation as much or as little as you like.

Use animations that underscore your message

One of the biggest advantages of video presentations over something static like a PowerPoint is the presence of motion. Without even realizing it, your audience will remember the information better simply because video is a multimedia experience that combines movement, sound, and visuals. To make the most impact, choose your animations wisely and use movement in a way that underscores your key points.

Are you presenting on the massive growth your marketing team achieved? Use a graph showing upward movement to drive the point home. Do you have one key point you’re trying to make? Use animation to circle your text or arrows that point at your most important information.

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The length of your video presentation matters. Too short and you won’t be able to convey enough information. Too long and your audience will tune out.

There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to video presentation length. But in general, 1-2 minutes is the sweet spot for making a video presentation that holds attention while still getting all the important information across.

You’d be surprised how many details you can share in this amount of time. A 15-minute live presentation can easily be condensed into one or two minutes if you hone your message to focus on the key details.

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This is probably one of the most important — and most overlooked — parts of creating a successful video presentation. You’d never create a PowerPoint with erratic, off-brand colors. Making a video presentation is no different.

It’s a subtle change, but it gives off a big signal that you are polished and professional, and that you and your video presentation mean business.

Take advantage of the unique branding feature in the Biteable video presentation maker to easily apply your colors and logo to your entire presentation.

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How to Make Stellar Presentations Using Canva Templates

March 1, 2023.

For years, Microsoft PowerPoint has been the program of choice for making professional presentations. But today, there are several other design and presentation programs to choose from. PowerPoint is still effective, but different platforms offer more settings and features that can make for more impressive visual presentations. One such program is Canva , famous for its eye-catching Canva templates. 

Canva is used for more than just presentations. It is an all-purpose design application that can be used for everything from websites to wedding invitations. But for now, we will be focusing on Canva’s utility as a presentation design platform. Canva is loaded with an abundance of features and an easy-to-use interface that makes it perfect for anyone. Canva templates provide an easy starting point for any type of presentation, with tons of customization options as well. 

Here is everything you should know about designing an amazing Canva presentation.

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Image customization.

Visual accompaniments are one of the most effective ways to spice up any professional presentation. One of the ways Canva users can enhance their presentations is with image customization. Canva’s editing and graphic design features are highly advanced in comparison to other presentation platforms like PowerPoint.

Canva’s background removal feature allows users to cleanly insert their own custom images into any presentation. The program’s extensive graphic design features also allow users to add, edit, and crop every individual element of a slide. All of this gives users complete control over the look and feel of their Canva infographic.

Canva templates are a great feature whether you’re new to presentation design or have designed dozens of presentations before. Templates are not unique to Canva. However, Canva does offer far more template options than most other programs. In total, Canva offers users more than 12,000 templates.

These Canva templates give users a great starting point for any type of presentation. Canva templates vary in both format and aesthetics, meaning it’s perfectly suited for all styles. This allows users to have an easy starting point for keynote presentations, product launches, seminars, research presentations, and more.

A more unique feature of Canva graphic design presentations is Canva’s customizable brand kits. Brand kits allow users to set custom color palettes, styles, and typefaces, and include company logos. These brand kits are a great way to simplify presentations where brand image and consistency are priorities. Brand kits are easy to control as well, providing yet another major advantage over other presentation apps.

Custom Audio and Video

If you want to make a really impressive presentation with Canva, you can add custom audio and video to slides. A powerful presentation complement is adding audio cues, music, or video clips, especially in the right scenario. Even if you don’t have your own, Canva again supplies plenty of free images and videos for presentations. Canva’s library of free media for presentations is measured in the millions, providing a nearly endless supply of options.


One potential drawback of using Canva is that it requires an internet connection. However, given how connected we all are in this day and age, this is not usually a hindrance. In fact, it can be an advantage in a couple of ways. 

First, it makes it easy to access your presentation from any device. Second, it also makes it easy to share and collaborate on presentations with colleagues. This is great whether you are designing a presentation with multiple colleagues, or want to share your Canva presentation for review purposes.

Learn More About Canva Graphic Design Features

Want an in-depth lesson on Canva graphic design and presentation features? Check out ASAP’s Tips on Making Your Own Infographic Using Canva for a helpful tutorial. Or browse ASAP’s technology training resources for more professional development tools.

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If you have created presentation slides, you can upload them to VEED and record yourself using your webcam while browsing through them. With VEED, it is super easy to do. You don’t need any experience in video editing. It only takes a few clicks. After uploading your slides and recording yourself, you can edit your video and use our wide array of tools to make it look exciting and fun for your audience. One way to liven up your presentation is by adding transitions. Just click on the Transitions tool from the left menu, select a style, and drag and drop it in between video clips. You would have to split your video into parts to add transitions. To split, just select a location on the timeline, drag the slider into it, and click on the Split tool!

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Add text to your video presentation, with a single click. Choose the font, color, size, placement, and add multiple layers. You can audio tracks, sound effects, even subtitles to your video presentation. It’s easy. You can annotate your videos, too. Drawing arrows, underlining key points, creating speech bubbles, whatever you need. And VEED is a professional video editor that is free is easy to use. With VEED, you can have your video presentation looking professional in no time at all. Go on, give us a try. No sign-up required.

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Upload your video to VEED or use our webcam recorder. You can also upload your slides and present them while recording yourself. Edit your video and add all the elements you want, and download!

VEED is completely free to use! You don’t even need to create an account. To make a free video presentation: 1. Upload. Drag and drop your video, audio, photos, or record your screen. You can make a multimedia presentation in a snap! 2. Edit. With VEED, the range of tools is endless. You can crop, rotate, add stickers, even resize your videos to different aspect ratios. ... 3. Download. That's it.

There are many video presentation software out there, but VEED stands out because of its extremely smooth user interface and design. You don’t have to feel like you don’t know what you’re doing. It is completely free; no need to sign up!

To ensure that you will get your audience’s interest, your presentation needs to be compelling. Don’t just share information, tell a story! You can also add music, visual elements like photos and text, use humor, and add graphics.

Video presentations are so effective because it allows you to immediately capture your audience’s attention. They are important because they enhance the learning experience of people with all learning styles.

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As the world shifts toward the virtual classroom, teaching and education tools are moving into digital spaces, as well. With video presentations, students and educators alike have a powerful resource to make learning exciting and fun.    

For educators, a video presentation can help introduce topics visually and hold the attention of a class longer. For students, video presentation projects draw on creative and analytical skills that they’ll use throughout their lives.

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In a virtual learning environment, students are exposed to limitless knowledge with the drop of a link. Videos offer digestible amounts of information that students can rewatch later to help retain new knowledge.

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 Some subject matters lend themselves better to a video presentation than other teaching formats. For example: 

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Keeping students interested can be a challenge, especially in a virtual classroom setting. Try using videos to change up your course content — and give you a break from lecturing. But, entertaining as videos may be, there are lots of other good reasons to use them in the classroom:

Types of video presentations.

There’s no limit to what you can create with your video presentation, from a video of you dancing the cha-cha to an animated infographic, or even funny GIFs for a dose of comic relief. Here are a few types of videos you can make yourself — or find online — to use in the classroom:

The makings of an engaging video lesson.

Whether you're a student with a video project assignment or a teacher looking to change up your lesson plan, a solid outline will help you or your students create a cohesive video presentation. Start by writing an outline that includes the following:

1. Introduction of your topic:

Hook your audience with an exciting story, fact, or anecdote about your topic.

2. Agenda or overview:

Provide a slide of the talking points you will be sharing with your audience so they can see the full breadth of the presentation.

3. Explain your topic or subject:

Tell the audience about the most important aspects of your topic as you work your way through the sections you presented in your overview.

4. Examples and discussion points:

Get practical on your topic and dive into detail to get the conversation going.

5. Conclusion:

Wrap up your presentation with any last remarks or touch back on the theme of your presentation.

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You don’t need a vast knowledge of video editing software to craft a quality video presentation. Adobe Premiere Pro features many video and presentation tools that you can use to customize and finalize your video. Choose from several themed video and presentation templates, slide transitions, and features that let you add subtitles , music, and much more.

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Tesla shares down 7% after Investor Day despite positive analyst sentiment

Electric vehicle maker Tesla hosted a 2023 investor day presentation in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday. CEO Elon Musk took the stage to share his "Master Plan 3," and to discuss how Tesla plans to scale up in the face of increasing competition.

The presentation was long on vision, and included a review of prior achievements, but short on specifics about any new Tesla products or services.

Near the beginning of the presentation, Musk said: "There is a clear path to a sustainable-energy Earth. It doesn't require destroying natural habitats. It doesn't require us to be austere and stop using electricity and be in the cold or anything." He added, "In fact, you could support a civilization much bigger than Earth, much more than the 8 billion humans could actually be supported sustainably on Earth."

Musk was initially joined on stage by Drew Baglino, senior vice president of powertrain and energy engineering at Tesla. They discussed a future in which the company would play a role in "re-powering the grid with renewable fuels" as they ramp up battery production, both for Tesla's electric vehicles and for the company's utility-scale energy storage systems.

Tesla's goal is to produce 20 million electric vehicles per year by 2030, executives reiterated. The company reported full-year deliveries of around 1.31 million vehicles in 2022.

Tesla shares dip more than 5% after hours as Investor Day falls short on specifics

During a question-and-answer session following the three-hour presentation, executives fielded a question about how Tesla could grow its market share in China.

Elon Musk passed the question to Tom Zhu, who is heading up global production and has run the China and APAC businesses for Tesla for years. "As long as you offer a product with value at affordable price you don't have to worry about demand," Zhu said. "We try everything to cut costs," he added, "and pass down that value to our customers."

Musk then added, "Demand is a function of affordability not desire." He said, "Even small changes in the price have a big effect on demand."

Zhu also announced that as of Wednesday, Tesla had produced 4 million cars in total.

"It took us 12 years to build the first million, and about 18 months to the second million. The third million, 11 months. Then less than seven months to build the 4 millionth," Zhu said, touting the company's improving operational efficiency.

He said Tesla plans to construct new car and battery cell factories, and also to produce more cars per year at its existing factories.

Tesla charging leader Rebecca Tinucci said that in 2022 the company provided 9 terawatt hours across charging methods, including home charging including 40,000 Superchargers. (By way of comparison, the entire U.S. consumes about 4,000 terawatt hours of electricity per year.) Tinucci also noted that about half of the company's Superchargers in the EU are open to other vehicles, and that the company just opened 10 Superchargers in the U.S. to non-Teslas.

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Tesla design leader Franz von Holzhausen and the company's vice president of vehicle engineering, Lars Moravy, took the stage to show off a number of planned manufacturing changes meant to improve the efficiency of Tesla vehicle production. But von Holzhausen said that Tesla would not yet reveal its "next gen" vehicle.

The company's powertrain vice president, Colin Campbell, said that Tesla's next powertrain factory will be 50% smaller than the one in Austin but will have the same capacity. He also said the company is working on a new kind of drive unit that is compatible with any battery cell type, and a motor that will be built without any rare earth metals.

Ahead of the 2023 investor day, at a news conference on Tuesday, Mexico's president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, said Tesla had agreed to build a large factory in Monterrey, Mexico . He said the company agreed to use recycled water and take other initiatives to cope with water scarcity in the region.

Musk confirmed the factory plans on Wednesday, and said production there would supplement, rather than replace, any manufacturing at other Tesla facilities.

Tesla shares have rebounded from declines during 2022, and are up more than 60% for the year so far. However, the stock dropped 1.43% on Wednesday before the event, and 5% after-hours.

Mizuho Securities analysts maintained a buy rating on shares of Tesla ahead of investor day, seeing the company in a leadership position in a growing market for fully electric vehicles. They wrote in a note earlier this week, "Near-term, we see continued strength in TSLA's market share, but see cheaper competitor EVs coming to market as potentially dilutive to TSLA's share of the US EV market."

Currently, the lowest-priced Tesla available is the Model 3 sedan, which starts at a price point of around $43,000, they wrote. Seven models from other automakers are currently priced below that, Mizhuo noted.

Musk's ambitious "Master Plan, Part Deux " was published in 2016, and has not been completely fulfilled. It included four main objectives:

— CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this report.


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Videos can make presentations even more interesting or exciting. If you’re looking to add a video to your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, it’s easy to do so. We’ll show you how.

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Embedding Videos Versus Linking to Videos

In PowerPoint, you can either embed a video or link to a video from your presentation. If you embed a video, your video becomes part of the presentation, which increases the overall size of the presentation file.

If you link to a video, PowerPoint only adds a reference to that video in your presentation. The downside of this method is that you need to send the video file separately if you share your presentation with someone. We have written a guide on how to send PowerPoint presentations with videos , so check that out.

In this guide, we’ll focus on embedding a video in your presentation so you don’t have to worry about sending separate files. And, if you’re looking to add a YouTube video to your presentation , there’s a way to do that, too.

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Supported Video Formats in PowerPoint

PowerPoint supports multiple video formats, including ASF, AVI, MP4, M4V, MOV, MPG, MPEG, and WMV. If your video is already in one of these formats, you can quickly add that to your presentation.

If your video is in another format, you can convert it to a supported format and then add it to your presentation.

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How to Insert a Video Into a PowerPoint Presentation

First, make sure the video you want to add to your presentation is saved on your Windows or Mac computer. Then, open your presentation with PowerPoint on your computer.

On the PowerPoint window, in the left sidebar, click the slide in which you want to add a video.

At the top of the PowerPoint window, click the “Insert” tab.

In the “Insert” tab, under the “Media” section (which is to the extreme right side of the interface), click “Video.”

You’ll now see an “Insert Video From” menu. Here, select “This Device.”

Your computer’s standard “open” window will open. In this window, access the folder that has your video file. Then double-click your video file to add it to your presentation.

You’ll see your selected video in your presentation. To resize this video, click it and use the handles around the video to change its size. Then drag the video to place it at its desired location in your slide.

If you’d like to test the video, at the bottom-left corner of the video, click the play icon.

And you’re all set.

Manage an Embedded Video’s Playback in PowerPoint

Now that you have added a video to your presentation, you might want to change how it plays in your slides. In PowerPoint, you have multiple ways to change your video’s playback.

To access these playback options, first, click your video in your presentation. Then, at the top of the PowerPoint window, click “Playback.”

In the “Playback” tab, under the “Video Options” section, you will find various options to manage your video’s playback.

For example, to change how your video starts to play in your presentation, click the “Start” drop-down menu and select one of these options:

The other options are “Play Full Screen,” which opens your video in full screen, and “Loop Until Stopped” that plays your video over and over again until you manually stop it.

Before you close PowerPoint, make sure you save your presentation so that your embedded video is saved with it. Do this by clicking File > Save in PowerPoint’s menu bar.

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