If PowerPoint cannot convert and export videos, this guide brings you four solutions to solve the problem quickly.
So, Feel free to use this troubleshooting guide if the issue occurs with a specific presentation.
How to Fix PowerPoint Not Exporting Videos?
- First, Try converting your presentation into a video using a different computer.
- Then, Update Office to make sure you are running the latest PowerPoint version.
This is worth mentioning that Mac’s PowerPoint 2016 doesn’t support saving your presentations in a video format. So there’s nothing to troubleshoot. Mac’s video format keeping feature is supported on PowerPoint 2011, 2019, and also the Microsoft 365 subscription.
Now, let’s dive into fixing the problem.
1. Optimize and compress media
These Two useful media options in the File menu may fix this problem for you. Use them, go to the File menu, click on Optimize Media Compatibility, & then Compress Media.
So, Keep in mind that compressing the media file may trim extraneous audio affecting the overall audio quality. Well, Check if you can export videos after having optimized the media file.
2. Repair Office
Repairing Office helps you fix any PowerPoint file corruption problems that might break certain program features.
- Start, Open the Control Panel, go to Programs and then click on Uninstall a program.
- Then, Select Office or Microsoft 365, and click on the Change button.
- Pick Quick Repair to scan and repair broken Office files quickly.
- Lastly, Check if you can export PowerPoint videos. Suppose the issue persists, launch the Online Repair option.
3. Disable background programs
Suppose other programs running in the background are causing conflicts with PowerPoint blocking the video export feature, you can fix this problem by disabling all of these programs and processes. So, This includes your antivirus as well.
Suppose you are running Windows 10, open the Task Manager and right-click on all the active programs you’re not using. Tap on End task to close them.
Now, After you disabled all the extraneous programs, so try exporting your PowerPoint video again.
4. Disable your add-ins
As well, To rule out further conflicts, you need to disable your add-ins and check if the video export option is fully functional afterwards.
- First, Launch PowerPoint in Safe Mode by holding the CTRL key and double-clicking on the PowerPoint app
- Then, Try exporting videos to see if you experience the same issue in Safe Mode.
- Suppose you did not encounter any problems, go to the File menu, select Options, and then click Add-Ins.
- Choose COM Add-ins → click Go.
- Now, Disable all the add-ins, and restart PowerPoint.
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Furthermore, if you still can’t save your PowerPoint presentations as videos, you can install a screen recorder to get the job done.