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Broadcast Slideshow, a powerful new feature in PowerPoint 2010, enables you to deliver your presentation from a remote location on the web. And to help you understand how to deliver your presentations using Broadcast Slideshow, we created PowerPoint Radio.
With PowerPoint Radio, you can watch live slideshows created by others, or broadcast your own, all for free. It only takes a few clicks to share slides -- your audience doesn't even need PowerPoint to watch.
Here's how you can try Broadcast Slideshow using PowerPoint Radio:
Visit the site to view examples of presentations that are already posted, and to get more details about how to use Broadcast Slideshow to present to a remote audience with or without using PowerPoint Radio.
And speaking of Broadcast Slideshow, take a look at this post about broadcasting to any (yes, any) device. Doug Thomas, who runs the Office Casual blog, put it together a couple of weeks ago when he attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Enjoy, and let us know what you think.
-- Joy Miller, for the PowerPoint blog team
It would be nice if www.microsoft.com/.../powerpoint-radio provided an RSS feed of the current broadcasts.
Ian – thanks for the feedback. We are looking into a variety of options for our next iteration. We thought the first one that would be useful would be twitter – thoughts?
I have a use case that must affect 1000's of people.
I have sampled almost every web conference provider out there - none of them do powerpoint animation conversion very well (if at all).
My solution is to screencast powerpoint. I get all my animation back and I don't have to worry about what or whether web conference providers support it.
Here's my problem. I do a LOT of on screen annotation - so I need the pen to work.
This locks me out of using powerpoint because annotation does not work in kiosk mode and full screen is unsuitable for screencasting.
All I need is for the assumption that kiosk mode is for one person to be dropped and the ink annotations to be live.
Right now I actually use iSpring Pro to do this - but I've hit a snag. I love SmartArt, but apparently it uses a different type of animation that cannot be converted to flash (easily).
It would be very awesome if you though of kiosk mode as a way for live-online presentation to be screencast (as in web conference provider's built-in screencast - no need to integrate powerpoint screencasting into third parties) so that we can retain all the wonderful benefits of powerpoint without all the pain of conversion to web conference provider formats.
It's so close - just enable inking!
One other "small" thing. I put a blank slide at the end of my presentation and can use iSpring hotkeys to jump there, do whiteboarding and jump back to the last slide (they have hot keys for those actions). So for very little effort I have a built in whiteboard.
I have other ideas around this market segment as well if you care to contact me.
djs, thank you very much for your feedback. I've passed your comments on to our product engineering team. Pen support is something we’ll consider as we work on future versions. Appreciate you writing in.
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I cannot get this to work. I am using PPt 2010 Win 7 professional. Following the instructions to the letter. Who ever I email this to gets the same error message "Service unavaliable at this time try again later, Meanwhile after trying for 3 weeks every day (later that is) still get the error message Microsoft refuses to acknowledge the bug. I am in australia that is another counrty 16 hr time diff to the USA. Can any wone help Microsfoft refuse to unless I pay them for best effort !!!
I'm checking around to see if someone can help you. Hang tight.
Are you having trouble with the PowerPoint Radio OR Broadcast Slideshow, the feature? If you are having trouble with the Broadcast Slideshow feature, go to Answers.com for PowerPoint:
If your trouble stems from PowerPoint Radio, let me know.
I hope this helps. --Joym