Leawo PowerPoint to DVD Pro

Leawo PowerPoint to DVD Pro 4.5

It's a complete solution for converting presentations to videos and DVDs
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Leawo PowerPoint to DVD Pro is a powerful tool that lets you convert MS PowerPoint files to videos or burn these presentations to Blu-ray and DVD movies. It is a reliable and comprehensive tool that can create perfect copies of the PowerPoint presentations and save them to a large variety of video formats. More than 20 formats are supported, including the popular ones such as AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, 3GP, etc. It can also output the presentations to fully customizable DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Personalizing the menus of the DVDs can be easily performed.

I like that it offers a lot of advanced options for every outputting choice. Detailed parameters such as bit rates or frame rates can be selected regardless of the chosen video format. When you create a disc from the presentation, you can also select its format (PAL or NTSC) or the aspect ratio. As you can see, this tool is comprehensive in terms of functions and options, yet it manages to provide a simple and intuitive interface. Anyone will be able to use it without any problems, including beginners.

I also like that it allows applying logos and watermarks to the output project with ease. Batch processing of multiple PowerPoint presentations into one single video is also possible.

As you can see, Leawo PowerPoint to DVD Pro is a great solution for anyone needing to convert their PowerPoint presentations to more popular file formats such as videos. It’s a truly powerful tool that manages to remain easy-to-use despite being packed with a lot of complex features and functions.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Allows applying watermarks and logos to the output.
  • Offers access to a lot of output parameter configuration options.
  • It's easy-to-use and intuitive

Cons

  • Quite pricey
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