Turn Your PowerPoint 2010 Slides Into Videos, Upload to YouTube, and Make Interactive with Annotations (with video example)

You can create videos from your PowerPoint slides. Below is a very basic example of a slide I’m going to start adding to the end of my how-to YouTube videos. I’m hoping it’ll remind more viewers to subscribe to my channel and click to share my tips with their social media network (that’s a hint).

I formatted the PowerPoint slide for widescreen. Then I added graphic elements and animated some of them. From there, I rendered the slide as a video (Windows Media Video). All this was done in PowerPoint.
Once I uploaded the video to YouTube, I created an annotation to link directly to the subscription page of my YouTube channel.

Sample PowerPoint slide rendered as a Windows Media Video.

LEARN HOW TO DO THIS

If you’d like to learn how to do all this and more, stay tuned for my upcoming video training event (August 10, 2012, Atlanta GA USA) where I’ll combine getting started with video (equipment, software, recording, and editing), creating PowerPoint graphics, building a YouTube channel, and learning DIY SEO (search engine optimization).

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Have you created a video using PowerPoint? Give us some ideas and leave a comment.

PEACE.

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