First, a related philosophy to keep in mind when searching online...
Originally Posted by Superstar
After I sent you the msg last night, I realized I couldnt burn the power point presentation directly with imgburn
because it wasnt in any supported formats.
So I did a search
, and came across this free powerpoint converter, called e.m. free powerpoint video converter, and I converted it to a mpg file, ran it thru ulead workshop and burned it with imgburn
and that worked perfectly, however, as Im watching the DVD on my tv, i see that it has the e.m. powerpoint url address at the top of the screen thru the whoel dvd and i obviously dont want that...
so...do you know how i can either remove that, or do you know a program i can use that won't have anything like that on the final project?
also..i still need to know how id add seperate songs for each section of the project as i explained in the msg last night.
If you can get back to me to tonight because I really need to get this done tonight, i'd really aprpeciate it
Thanks a lot!
The beauty of the Internet is that it has lots of information.
The problem of the Internet is that it has lots of information.
Same for software.
As is the case with information, not all software is good or reliable. There are tons of companies* out there selling what I refer to as "crapware" of "junkware". Some people call it "spamware" because only spammers ever mention it. They spam forums with fake guides, reviews and posts. They set up many sites -- often fake "review" sites, hawking their junk. Most of the programs are GUIs on top of freeware, or otherwise poorly reverse engineered code. By no surprise, most of it comes from China, India or Russia. Many programs add watermarks unless you pay all kinds of money (almost always $29.95 to $99.95) to remove it. On the face, that sounds reasonable. But when you consider you're sending your money (and information) to people who are often known for spamming, is it worth it? Those sorts of operations have promises for updates and support, but neither generally happens. What you have now is all you'll ever have. At best, the watermark may go away.
Now, back to your question...
Powerpoint itself has video export options. So if you have Powerpoint, use that -- not some crapware. There used to be a free tool at Microsoft.com, too, but I forget what it is. I used it once, about 3 years ago.
The one thing I can say for sure is there's no way to "remove" the watermark from the software you've not bought. Buying it is one idea. But I propose seeking more options, not being content with something you find simply on Google.
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