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Powerpoint to Director 7 - yes/no???

Powerpoint to Director 7 - yes/no???

Powerpoint to Director 7 - yes/no???

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I have a number of powerpoint (mac office 98) presentations that we are now going to include with some of the written materials. But do not want to give a "raw" powerpoint file that could be canabilized and used by others.

Has anyone done a powerpoint to Director movie? Or any other options on how to create a "compiled" format of the slideshows.

Thanks!

RE: Powerpoint to Director 7 - yes/no???

Importing your PowerPoint presentations into Director imports the artwork, text, and transitions as individual cast members into your Director cast, converts each PowerPoint slide into a Score section, and assembles the Score for you—complete with build effects and tempo settings that pause the action when necessary. You can use Director to add sophisticated interactivity, sounds, and animations.
Add some lingo and your all set. You can also download free encrypting software off the net or you can make your presentaion password protected in director.

Hoped this helped,
Todd  

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