Powerpoint presentations and video
Vectors shapes in PowerPoint can be scaled up to anysize without any loss in quality.
You can edit the colour to match the branding of your presentation which isn’t possible with a non vector JPEG or PNG image.
Export Vector shape as SVG for Mac and EMF for Windows.
EMFs work similarly to EPS files. They are fully editable in PowerPoint, the colour and size can all be changed easily like SVGs,
but they can also be broken down into separate objects for colouring individual pieces.
Import Vector shape then convert to shape.
Once you’ve inserted your EMF into PowerPoint, select the image and choose Ungroup from the Arrange menu,
and the distinct elements that make up the graphic will become Shapes and Lines in PowerPoint.
Insert HD MP4 Video Sequence.
In PowerPoint, you can add animated GIFs, videos from your computer or online videos, recordings,
export your presentation as a video, and even add captions to videos. Importing video to PC version of Powerpoint enables
smoother playback using newer media formats like H.264 and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC).
Editing Vector gradients:
Once you’ve inserted your EMF shape into PowerPoint, select the shape
and add you custom gradient to match your branding or theme colours.
24bit png and psd graphics:
For best results when adding graphics or logos on top of background graphics layers
simply export your vector logo in PNG or PSD format so the background becomes transparent.
Embed New Fonts in Your PowerPoint File
So to fix this problem that comes from using custom fonts let’s go to the file save as option.
When we’re preparing to save the file let’s go to the Tools > Save Options here at the bottom of the Save window.
On this window there’s an important box we need to check that’s off by default.
Let’s check the Embed fonts in the file option here.
What this does is it included the custom font file when we send and share the file with others.
Note: .TTF fonts need to have embed and install license embedded into the font.
Everything is allowed (installable mode)
This can be checked in programs such as fontlab studio: https://help.fontlab.com/fontlab-vi/Embedding/