Most of the PLR content available is in text format, which makes sense as articles, blog posts, reports and ebooks are extremely important for marketing and selling as products. Often you’ll find a pack of PLR that includes PowerPoint slide decks and it’s very easy to make these into a PowerPoint videos if you know how. Yes, I mean with just PowerPoint alone, you don’t necessarily need screencasting software like Camtasia o Screencast-O-Matic to do this, although it’ll give you more options if you do.
Quite a few people have now asked me how to make PowerPoint videos, so I’ve made a couple of tutorial videos on this. The first shows you how to make a PowerPoint video starting from a blank presentation – if you buy PLR in PowerPoint format you’ll be way ahead of this, so it’ll be even easier.
The second video shows you how to add music to PowerPoint videos. This can be really useful if you don’t have time to add a narration and you want to get your video finished. Personally I think adding a voice to a video makes it much more effective, but a video that’s done and published online is always going to be more effective than the one that’s not complete and sitting on your hard drive! And you can always add both voice and music to a video, as long as the music isn’t distracting.
So go ahead, dig around in the PLR you have sitting on your hard drive to find those PLR PowerPoint files and make them into videos!
How to make PowerPoint videos
How to add music to PowerPoint Videos
If you’d like more tutorials on how to get the best from your video PLR, do take a look at this page.