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    Smile Power point movie format?

    Whats the best movie format to use with a power point presentation,

    quick time,flv or what?:confused:

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    Which version of PPT do you have installed on your computer?
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    I don't but everyone talks about powerpoint on here.

    I am going to repost the"high Voltage line inspector clip again and thought I would change it to a format that is compatible with Powerpoint.

    What would be the best overall? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldrc
    Pierre

    I don't but everyone talks about powerpoint on here.

    I am going to repost the"high Voltage line inspector clip again and thought I would change it to a format that is compatible with Powerpoint.

    What would be the best overall? Thanks
    Ron
    I believe the version of PPT - such as Office version 200, 2002, 2007 would have different specifications related to which to use, with the 2007 Office version being the most versatile.

    Try posting one and I will let you know how it works with the Office 2007 PPT.
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    Pierre

    I will try give me some idea quiktime,flv etc.:-?

    Thanks

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    You can use any files with .avi, .qt, .mpg, .mpeg, .mov.

    Others may work. What file ext. do you have access to?

    edit-- quick time is fine

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    Thanks

    I will start with avi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldrc
    Thanks

    I will start with avi.
    PowerPoint 2007 Help
    Compatible multimedia file formats
    Video:

    .asf, .avi, .mpg or .mpeg, and .wmv format only.
    Other formats will need to be converted to one of the above.

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    Smile

    Sorry took so long had to eat super.

    Comcast is upgrading there servers and web sites.

    Had to learn to jump through the hoops.

    Don't forget this is a 19.6 mb file so be prepared.

    Click the URL below

    http://home.comcast.net/~ronaldrc/ws..._inspector.htm

    Thanks appreciate all of youall.

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    Thumbs up formats

    I purchased a video converter that will convert to all the formats mentioned above except Asf. thats what my small media player uses, I have a converter for it,maybe I could work out something with that.


    Thanks for the information.

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