April Fool’s Day, the 1st day in the middle Spring, is really a great time for joke and play. Have you already had funny pranks in mind? Do you want to make a special PowerPoint presentation for April Fool’s Day so that you can show it on YouTube, email to fun your friends and post on your WordPress or Blogger? Sounds amazing. You can make it with this helpful tool: Moyea PPT to Video Converter.
It is a piece of cake. Read on to get it.
Make an April Fool’s Day video with PowerPoint
Follows the 5 tips below to create your very Fool’s Day video presentation. Have fun.
1. Sort out your favorite photos/images of April Fool’s Day
Prepare pictures or photos for text of your Fool’s Day PowerPoint presentation. Make sure they look fine. You can use image editing software like Adobe Photoshop to improve your pictures.
To insert a picture to your PowerPoint presentation, click Insert -> Picture -> Insert Picture from File.
2. Choose a template or background for the Fool’s Day PowerPoint
A funny template or background is necessary for your Fool’s day PowerPoint prank. If you are looking for one, click here to download free PowerPoint templates and backgrounds.
3. Don’t forget animations and wipes
To make a vivid Fool’s Day video presentation, you should make better use of animations and wipes in PowerPoint. Meanwhile, do not add too many effects to spoil your project.
4. Give a thought to music, video or flash
You can also add a hoax song, or a video clip, or a funny flash, to accompany your Fool’s Day PowerPoint project. Click here to see How to insert a song to PowerPoint presentations
5. Convert your April Fool’s Day PowerPoint project to video
OK. Your PPT project is ready. Next, convert it to web-friendly video. You can use a reliable conversion tool like Moyea PPT to Video Converter to do that. Click here to download the PowerPoint to Video Converter
You can output the Fool’s Day PowerPoint to any format of video you like, e.g., MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, AVI, etc. Then you can upload your first April 2010 video to any compatible website, e.g. YouTube, Metacafe, your blog, or email the prank to friends or colleagues.
Happy April Fool’s Day 2010!