A small-sized and easy-to-use software application that allows you to convert PowerPoint PPTs to JPEG, BMP, PNG, JPG, TIFF, EPS, PCX and PS image formats
PPT to Image Converter is a very easy-to-use software application whose main function is to convert PowerPoint presentations to several image formats.
Because the application is a plugin, it integrates perfectly into Microsoft PowerPoint and allows you to create an image file by simply clicking the ‘Save as Image’ button from the Add-ins tab.
Convert PPTs to high-quality image formats
If you are accustomed to working with PowerPoint, then you won’t have any difficulties in installing and using this add-in. Even if it is very simple to use and it performs only one task, you can fiddle with its configuration settings for a little bit.
For example, you can select the target folder, save the output image in the same folder as the original file, save each page in a separate file or choose the default file format between JPG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, PCX, PS, JPEG, and EPS.
Customize output files
Other options allow you to change image compression settings, such as resolution, colors, and quality. The resolution in dots per inch of each picture can be adjusted to fit your display or to be accurately printed. You can choose high colors (24 bit) or greyscale (8 bit) and fine-tune the image quality in percentages.
Because each image format uses different compression methods, their settings also differ. Thus, for images that use the lossy compression method, there are fewer settings available. For the Encapsulated Postscript and PostScript format, you can only change the language level.
Easy-to-use PowerPoint add-in
To conclude, PPT to Image Converter comes in handy for all level users who want to create high-quality image files from their PowerPoint slides. The application provides you with sufficient customization options for the output files, but it does not include a password-protection option in case you wish to restrict access to your images.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used PPT to Image Converter and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂