Ive created a powerpoint presentation with dialogue on each slide and then saved it as a WMV file to share with my colleagues. The problem is when I play it back in the WMV format it sounds as if I have a speech impediment!!! Funny but not that funny when I thought Ide done so well getting this far. Im trying to create presentations that I can share; that can be viewed, listened to and paused. Help lease, what am I doing wrong or is it something else????
Help please #womangoingmad
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Last edited by H10XXV; 14th Feb 2013 at 06:03.
Well, there is always the possibility that the recording of it was bungled and so ANY export/convert of that would not sound good. But let's discount that for a second...
How are you saving as WMV? What version of PPT are you using? "WMV format" isn't a single, monolithic entity, there are a wide range of codecs, bitrates & settings that will greatly determine quality. What were your settings? Go into detail about your workflow, please.