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Want to do more with the video in your PowerPoint 2010 presentations?
Want rich, media-based presentations that can be accessed from virtually anywhere and viewed in a web browser?
Want to capture and synchronize audio, video, PowerPoint slides, and images, and then preview and publish your presentations?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're in luck. Use Microsoft Producer, and take your video to the next level.
It's true that PowerPoint 2010 includes the ability to turn your presentations into videos. But when you want more editing control, Producer is an excellent tool for synchronizing audio, video, slides, and images that create engaging and effective rich-media presentations.
And Producer gives you a host of new content-authoring features, whether you're a content and media professional or just getting started with PowerPoint.
To top it all off, it's even free.
Producer works with PowerPoint 2010 (32-bit), PowerPoint 2007, PowerPoint 2003, and PowerPoint 2002, and it's compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 Service Pack 3.
Two quick things to note:
For more about video in PowerPoint, see Bill Shade's incredibly popular post from last month -- Ready to test your Hollywood skills? Create impressive video presentations in PowerPoint.
And a quick note that the new PowerPoint home page is up on Office.com.
-- Joy Miller, for the PowerPoint blog team
Wow, This is exactly what I was looking for! I have been trying to create video presentations for some time. Thank you for posting this!
What's the fuss about? Am I missing something here?
Isn't this still the version released a year ago to do some basic bug fixing and make things compatible with PowerPoint 2010?
When is a genuinely new version with new features and a refreshed interface going to appear?
It's a useful utility and I got all excited because the download page says this is version 2, released on April 29th, but it turns out to be the exact same version that was up there a year ago. A wasted half hour of downloading, installing and trying it out before I went and actually checked the MD5 hashes.
AdamV - Apolopgies for any misunderstandings. For the time being, this is the version we have to work with. What did you have in mind with regard to a 'refreshed interface'? Did you have something specific in mind?