PPTX is the new PowerPoint format which came out with the release of PowerPoint 2007. If you want to view a PPTX presentation you are expected to have PowerPoint 2007 or PowerPoint 2010 installed on your computer. Even PowerPoint 2003 users can’t open PPTX files. By converting PPTX to RMVB you can view PPTX presentation on any computer with media players.
Leawo PPTX to RMVB converter is the most powerful software to convert PPTX to RMVB. You can easily convert PPTX to RMVB video and retain all the original PowerPoint effects like fonts, languages, animations, transitions, music and video clips, etc. Besides PPTX to RMVB conversion, this converter also allows you to edit the output video parameters to your requirement.
Import PPTX files.
Run the program and click “Add” to import PPTX files you want to convert to RMVB videos. You can add multiple PPTX files and you will get the generated RMVB videos at one time.
Then click “Settings” to edit the RMVB video parameters. You can set the video/audio codec, quality, video size, bit rate, frame rate, etc. so as to have the best display effect.
(Optional) Click “Customize” and you will be able to dismiss the original transition timings, inserted audio or add new background music.
Start PPTX to RMVB conversion.
When all the settings are done, click “Start” to convert PPTX presentation to RMVB video.
Remember to set the inserted audio and video to Start Automatically so that they will play properly in the output RMVB video.
PPTX to RMVB Converter
Convert PPTX to RMVB video easily so you can enjoy PPTX presentations on other computers, portable devices and publish on websites freely.
Platfrom: Windows 7/Vista/XP
RealMedia Variable Bitrate (RMVB) is a variable bitrate extension of the RealMedia multimedia container format developed by RealNetworks. As opposed to the more common RealMedia container, which holds streaming media encoded at a constant bitrate (CBR), RMVB is typically used for multimedia content stored locally. Files using this format have the file extension “.rmvb”.
RealMedia uses compression similar to MPEG-4 Part 10 codecs, such as x264.