Ever wanted to turn your PowerPoint presentation into a video? Well, you’re in luck! This tutorial will guide you through the process step by step. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete beginner, you’ll find this guide easy to follow. So, let’s get started!

Why Convert PowerPoint to Video?

Before we dive into the how, let’s talk about the why. Converting your PowerPoint presentations into videos can have several benefits:

  • Accessibility: Videos can be played on almost any device, making your presentation more accessible.
  • Engagement: Videos are more engaging than static slides, helping to keep your audience’s attention.
  • Flexibility: With a video, your audience can watch your presentation at their own pace, pausing and rewinding as needed.

Step 1: Open Your PowerPoint Presentation

The first step is to open the PowerPoint presentation that you want to convert into a video. Simply double-click on the file to open it in PowerPoint.

Step 2: Go to the “File” Menu

Once your presentation is open, go to the “File” menu in the top left corner of the screen. This will open a dropdown menu.

Step 3: Select “Export”

In the dropdown menu, select the “Export” option. This will open a new menu with several options.

Step 4: Choose “Create a Video”

In the “Export” menu, choose the “Create a Video” option. This will open a new window where you can set your video options.

Step 5: Set Your Video Options

In the “Create a Video” window, you can set the quality of your video, the number of seconds spent on each slide, and whether or not to include narrations and timings. Once you’ve set your options, click “Create Video”.

Step 6: Save Your Video

Finally, you’ll be asked to save your video. Choose a location on your computer, give your video a name, and click “Save”. PowerPoint will then convert your presentation into a video.


And there you have it! You’ve successfully converted your PowerPoint presentation into a video. Now you can share your presentation with anyone, anywhere, at any time. Happy presenting!

For more detailed information, you can visit the official Microsoft Support Page.