MKV is becoming popular to carry HD videos because of its advanced structure to contain all audio, video ad subtitles into one file, which makes it especially convenient for portables and Internet. On the other hand, with the popularity of Smartphones and tablets, the demand of viewing PowerPoint on portable devices becomes clear. So MKV could be one of the best alternative solutions for PowerPoint formats are not supported by portable devices by now.
Freely and safely download Leawo PowerPoint to MKV Converter and install it on any of Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win7 systems. It supports PowerPoint 2003/2007/2010 with formats like PPT, PPS, PPTX, PPSX, etc.
Import PowerPoint files.
Run the program and click “Add” to import PowerPoint files. Batch conversion is recommended if you have multiple PowerPoint files to convert at one time.
Run the program and click Add to import PowerPoint files.
Choose MKV as output video format.
Click on the “Profile” box and from the drop-down list choose MKV as output video format.
Further adjust video parameters.
You can skip this step and apply the default settings for the first time to test. But to ensure the best quality, you’d better click “Settings” to adjust detailed video parameters like video/audio codec, quality, bit rate, and frame rate, etc. to meet your specific requirement.
Convert PowerPoint to MKV.
When all the settings are done, hit the “Start” button to start conversion.
The output MKV PowerPoint could be viewed with various media players. You can also transfer the output videos to your Smartphone or tablet and enjoy PowerPoint with high-definition pleasure.
PowerPoint to MKV Converter
Convert PowerPoint to MKV video easily so you can enjoy PowerPoint slideshow on portable devices, other computers or sharing on YouTube freely.
Platfrom: Windows 7/Vista/XP
MKV is the filename extension for Matroska Multimedia Container, an open-standard free container format. A Matroska file can hold a number of audio, video and subtitle streams, besides attachments like graphics and decoder filters all at the same time, thus allowing a complete movie to be stored in a single file. Matroska file types are .MKV for video (with subtitles and audio), .MK3D for stereoscopic video, .MKA for audio-only files and .MKS for subtitles only.