How to convert powerpoint file to avi file on mac?

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06-28-2007 02:40 PM
Stefan Cikes

I have powerpoint presentation and I am trying to do a movie /avi/on mac. I tried option make a movie and I created mov file but whole presentation wasn’t same. I had firt music and than presentation without music. Can anybody help me in this case.
Stefan reply


07-28-2008 02:03 AM
2 posts

You can use the tool PowerPoint to AVI.
This tool can convert your PowerPoint to AVI format. reply


07-28-2008 11:58 PM
50 posts

PPT to Video converter:
Output:AVI,MP4,MPEG, FLV, WMV, 3GP, MOV, VOB, DV, etc.
Support PowerPoint 2007
Retain original elements including music, flash, movie clips, etc.
Detailed info: reply


10-27-2008 09:14 PM
David Taylor

I tried through several tools to converter PowerPoint to video, and found Moyea PPT to Video converter performs best.
you should try it.
program info: reply


01-08-2009 04:55 AM

You all did not read the request correctly. The request was for a solution on the Mac, all suggestions where for PC reply


01-09-2009 08:16 PM

Captainron wrote:
You all did not read the request correctly. The request was for a solution on the Mac, all suggestions where for PC

Good observation, but do you really think those spammers are going to read your reply? reply


01-18-2009 08:40 PM
212 posts

I just know a PPT to AVI for PC, not for Mac.

Sorry. :( reply


02-20-2009 05:35 AM


first for OS windows i found nice program Presentation to Video Converter (by nice and easy to use device =)))
For MacOS i didn’t know too =((

here link to download and more about:
if you want to found something for mac here link too :

I hope i help !=0)) reply


02-20-2009 02:26 PM

no, that doesn’t help. i’m looking for the same thing FOR MAC and MAC only. does anyone know anything that will convert ppt to a video file and keep the animations in it?? reply


03-06-2009 12:34 PM

When there is animation you can use snapz pro X. You can download a trial version from here

Run through the powerpoint in fullscreen while recording the screen using this tool. reply


06-28-2009 01:03 AM
Video Converter

You can try E.M. PowerPoint Video Converter, meet all your needs. It can quickly converts PowerPoint to video, audio and images, such as avi, flv, 3gp, swf, mkv, mpeg2 ts, DVD, mp4, mov, mp3...
Also, you can google some other software。 reply


08-19-2009 09:57 PM

This site can help you use PowerPoint can convert PowerPoint file to AVI, 3GP, 3G2, MP4, WMV and so on.
Thanks! reply


11-02-2009 06:27 PM

seriously, people, out of all the responses there were no more than 2 or 3 that actually were useful.

I am having the same issue as the OP, and the Snapz Pro idea was actually very, very good.

I’ll try that.

Thanks, JosieNJ reply


11-10-2009 07:11 AM

You can make the movie out of power point ... see these instructions:

Cheers reply


11-10-2009 08:09 PM
61 posts

Sorry, but I don’t know how to convert powerpoint file to avi file on mac. reply


01-19-2010 01:11 AM
2 posts

Well, besides E.M. PowerPoint video converter there are a lot of free PowerPoint to video converters at:

There are also some free ways to convert pps to avi, just go and convert your presentation to avi video.

demi wrote:
E.M. Free PowerPoint Video Converter can help u convert PowerPoint to avi, easy-to-use, freeware, no time limited, but only work on Windows, hope this info can help u.



02-16-2010 06:24 PM
Use Keynote

If you’re running Leopard on OSX then simply open the .ppt file with Keynote (it should automatically open when you double-click). Then just export the file to whichever you want... a quicktime file (avi) is the first option.

Worked for me. reply


03-02-2010 03:45 PM

try that...
above answers did not solve the problem for me, this did.

And for those of you who are wondering: yes it’s for mac.

What to do:
first make ppt make a movie out of your presentation
then open the .mov file with the program above.
convert to your wishes, e.g. to .avi

upload for example to youtube, and done you are. reply


03-22-2010 01:15 AM

Thank you all for your help but I swiftly found that changing a powerpoint file to a movie was simple - the 'save as' function performed beautifully reply


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