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Broadcast Slide Show enables you to share your presentation quickly with anyone, anywhere – all directly from PowerPoint 2010. Just open a presentation in PowerPoint, start a broadcast, and share the unique link PowerPoint provides with your audience.
Anyone listening to your presentation over the phone or on a conference call can open the link and see your slide show in their Web browser. Whenever you change slides or start an animation, their view updates automatically.
You can learn more about the feature in our introductory post, or watch this simple video:
Tips & Tricks for Broadcasting
In this post, we’d thought we’d share some additional tips & tricks you can use to get the most value out of broadcasts.
· If you’re viewing a remote broadcast in a conference room with others, connect to a projector and click “View Full Screen”. Everyone can experience the presentation just as if the presenter was in the same room.
· Is it your turn to present, and someone else’s computer is attached to the projector? Start a broadcast, send them the link to display, and control the presentation from your PC.
· Don’t have a projector or large display in your conference room? Create a broadcast and everyone can follow along on their laptops.
· Once you’ve started presenting, you can exit and reenter slide show without disrupting the broadcast. If someone joins late and needs the link, just click Send Invitations on the Broadcast tab.
· Install the Office Web Apps on SharePoint and set up a private broadcast service for your own organization. As an administrator, you can create one or more broadcast services, choose who has permissions to create & view broadcasts, and even customize the message users see before starting a broadcast. Hop over to TechNet to learn more.
Try out Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint 2010. Download the Office 2010 Beta now.
Hello, Nice feature actually ! And quite easy to ease for everyone (broadcaster and viewer). I just wondered if you were thinking of a secured version of the feature (for entreprises for instance). It may be nice to use this with the company's serveur/intranet or at least with https (but would not convince many companies if it is Microsoft's server anyway). Thank you
@Aurélien: Yes, corporations can host their own broadcast services and restrict access within their intranet by installing the Office Web Apps on SharePoint. Admins can enable https and also specify who is permitted to create or view broadcasts. More detail is available at technet.microsoft.com/.../ff431686(office.14).aspx .
Hey now that PowerPoint 2010 has shipped, please update the Producer 3.0 beta to work with PowerPoint 2010 and IE7/IE8 (and IE9 in the future).
Yes, we're making sure the new Producer will work with Office 2010 as well. Watch the blog for an announcement in the near future.
I guess the 2010 version is best used for company presentations especially now that it can be added with screenshot.
I really hope the 2010 version will run 100 times smoother then Powerpoint 2007. Let me try the beta first! Will the awesome slidetransition effects be fully backwards compatible with 2003 or 2007? I hope so! I think 2010 will bring Powerpoint to the next level. Thanks!
How can I change login and password for Broadcast feature.
This is a terrific feature and we use it frequently. Is there any limit to the number of people who can watch the presentation? Thanks!
@Alexandr There is a way to do this - go to File / Save & Send / Save to Web, then click “Not ?” where is the name associated with the currently stored ID. Then start another broadcast and enter new credentials. @Nicholas Bedworth For the public PowerPoint Broadcast Service, the limit is 50 users. -Chris
I've done several broadcasts, but it seems the link won't work for 24 or more hours. The broadcast is still running, the link times out(?). I want to have a presentation available all the time, non stop on our website. Any suggestions?
Is there a web part for SharePoint 2007 to present the broadcast of the slide show? It does not work in a page viewer web part.
I found that most of the text transitions do not get transferred. The PPS file I used had several slides that use transitions to bring in the text, and all that gets "broadcast" is the final placement of the text. The text seems to just fade in every time, instead of using the transition that is in the original slide show. Having the audio broadcast would be a big improvement to this facet as well.
Is there a way to broadcast a PP that has MP3 files attached to the PowerPoint, so those viewing the broadcast can hear the music as well?