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Convert Powerpoint  to PAL Video

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I have a project to transfer many powerpoint presentations to video (PAL format).  My questions are:
How should I do this?  Do I need an MPEG card, videoblaster, or what?  What software should I use?  
Please help. Thanks.
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You should consider using a PC/TV card.  Like the Jaton Video-67TV card (look it up on the web) or equivalent which allows output to a TV screen or Video Recorder. They boast high quality, multimedia etc.

Cheers - MorFF

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