How to Insert DVD to PowerPoint Easily

I’m making a PowerPoint, and wanna add part of a DVD movie to it. I’m looking for a way to make it. Searching online, I’ve found out the best way to insert DVD to PowerPoint. Now share with you.

As we know, a PowerPoint is a slide show format created by Microsoft that has established market dominance. When you make presentations using PowerPoint, you always insert some media to make the PPT more interesting and appealing, right? You may try to add part of a DVD movie to your presentation. Whereas, PowerPoint doesn’t support the DVD formats. You need to convert DVD to PowerPoint supported video first and then insert the converted files to it.

How to Convert DVD to PowerPoint supported video formats

To convert DVD movies to PowerPoint friendly AVI, MPEG, WMV, etc videos, you can use Brorsoft DVD Ripper. It lets you rip DVD to all popular video formats and even extract audio from DVD movies. Besides, the built-in video editor allows you to trim, crop, rotate video, add watermarks, etc. to get the very part and effect you want. If you want to insert files from DVD to PowerPoint on Mac, try the equivalent Mac version – Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac. Just get the right version and follow the guide below to rip DVD to PowerPoint supported video formats and insert videos to PowerPoint presentation.

Step 1. Insert the DVD disc into the DVD drive, open the DVD ripping program and import the DVD files. You can select the subtitle language as you want.

Step 2. Click Format bar and choose your desired format. To embed DVD to PowerPoint, you can choose WMV or AVI format from Common Video profile list.

Step 3. You can click Edit to trim, crop the DVD so as to get the part you want or add some special effect on your movie.

Step 4. Click “Convert” to start the conversion. Just a few minutes later, you will get the converted video. You’d better keep of all the files in a folder for later use.

Step 5. Insert your converted video to PowerPoint.

Open your PowerPoint presentation and click “Insert”. For PowerPoint 2013, click the Video drop-down arrow, then select Video on My PC. Locate and select the desired video file, then click Insert. For PowerPoint 2007, choose Movie and select the video clips. For PowerPoint 2003, select “Movie and Sounds” > “Movie from File” to choose the video clips.

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