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How to Play PowerPoint on Panasonic TV with Transitions, Animations, Music & Video Clips

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Published on Jun 27, 2012

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How to Play PowerPoint on Panasonic TV with Transitions, Animations, Music & Video Clips

Just like other TVs, we need to connect a computer to Panasonic TV or burn PowerPoint to DVD for viewing on Panasonic TV with a DVD player.

How to Play PowerPoint on Panasonic TV with transitions, animations, music & video clips

The reasons why we burn PPT to DVD are:
1.It could properly retain all the original PowerPoint elements like fonts, languages, transitions, animations, music and video clips.
2.It enables us to display PowerPoint on Panasonic TV without a computer.
3.The output DVD will be good for long time preservation or as a gift to send to other people.

More advantages of burning PowerPoint to DVD Disc: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/blog...

Now, let's check out how to view PowerPoint on Panasonic TV with the help of Moyea PPT to DVD Burner.

Start the program and click "Import" to add PowerPoint files. Up to 12 PPT files could be added to this PPT to Panasonic TV burner for burning at one time.

Then, click "Options" and choose "Create Standard DVD".

Next, click on "Menu", "Music" and "Logo" to further customize the output DVD for Panasonic TV. For example, you can either choose a preset menu theme or create your own. Video can be used as the menu background too.

After all the settings are ready, click the "Start" button to start burning PowerPoint for Panasonic TV. Just wait for a few minutes and then you could watch the HD PowerPoint on your Panasonic TV using a DVD player.

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