Make sure your media Plays For Certain
Having trouble with media (sound and movie) files that don't work, or that work on your computer but not elsewhere?
PowerPoint MVP Austin Myers may have the answer you seek. He describes it better than I can so let me turn the microphone over to him:
I believe our new add-in for PowerPoint will be huge boon to anyone using multimedia (movies and sounds) in their PowerPoint presentations.
Most PowerPoint users have been bitten by media that either can't be inserted in my presentation or doesn't work when the presentation is sent to others. Our new add in, PFCMedia solves those problems and adds additional functionality never used before in PowerPoint.
The add in automatically processes all standard Windows media files into a format compatible with PowerPoint and the PowerPoint viewers, ensures better linking by storing the media with the presentation, and SIGNIFICANTLY reduces the file size of the media.
We have also added the ability to play DVD's, use a web cam for live video, and use streaming media delivered from within your presentation. You no longer are forced to include the media with the presentation, you can simply
send out a presentation with a link to your streaming media and it plays for certain on the receiving computer.
If you use multimedia in PowerPoint, PFCMedia is for you regardless of your level of expertise. We invite everyone to download the free trial at www.playsforcertain.com and try it for themselves.
You'll see why we call it "Plays For Certain".
MS PowerPoint MVP Team
Solutions to Multimedia in PowerPoint www.pfcmedia.com