Insert AVCHD video to PowerPoint on Windows 7, vista, xp, 2000
Part one: Convert AVCHD files to PowerPoint supported video formats
AVCHD is a popular video format that is always used to the recording and playback of high definition video from Canon vixia, Sony hdr, Panasonic hdc, JVC etc HD camcorder.
If one day, you would like to introduce a place of interest to your friends or students, you may like to use PowerPoint, then you can add words, pictures to your PPT eaily, But how to add video or audio from AVCHD camcorder or others to your PPT freely?
PowerPoint supported video and audio formats: Audio: aiff, au, mid, mp3, wav, wma Video:
avi, asf : supports
wmv : Supported on Windows, Supported on OS X with the Flip4Mac codec
mpg : MPEG1 is supported; MPEG2 is supported on Vista only and may require a 3rd party plugin on XP or OS X
mov (QuickTime): Supported up to version 3 on Windows; Subsequent versions not supported on Windows; All versions supported on OS X
AVCHD to PowerPoint Converter supports convert AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, TS, TP, TRP files to AVI, ASF, WMV, MOV, MPG, MPEG-2 for embedding to PPT without donwload any more codecs on Windows 7, vista, xp, 2000.
AVCHD to PPT converter surely can convert almost all audio files to MP3, WAV, WMA, AIFF etc for add to PowerPoint and also extract audio from video and save as AAC, AC3, AMR, M4A, MKA, MP3, MP2, WAV, WMA, AIFF.
Part two: Step by step transfer AVCHD files to PPT 2003/2007/2010.
Step1: Download "AVCHD to PowerPoint converter" on your PC, run it.
Step2: Add AVCHD files, set output formats and save
Step3: Click "Start" to Convert AVCHD video to PPT video
Part three: Insert AVCHD video to PowerPoint
First: Open PowerPoint presentation, then choose the slide where you want to insert your avchd videos
Second: Click "Insert, Movie and Sounds", Movie from File to select the converted file you want to be inserted into PowerPoint
Third: Select the converted video and double-click, then a new dialog box will appear asking whether you want to play the video automatically or when clicked, Choose the one you prefer, the dialog box will close and the the video will pop up on the slide.
Fourth: You can resize or reposition the video. To avoid video distortion, you are suggested to use the rounded corner handles to resize. And also it is possible to crop the video without affecting the way it plays.