“PowerPoint formats are not supported by Samsung Galaxy Grand, how can I view PowerPoint presentations on my Samsung Galaxy Grand?”
Is there a way to convert PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand supported formats? PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand Converter is an easy-to-use PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand converter which can convert PowerPoint (*.ppt, *.pps, *.pptx, *.ppsx, etc.) to Samsung Galaxy Grand compatible MP4 format in several clicks, while retaining all the original PowerPoint effects, including fonts, languages, background music, inserted video clips, dynamic transitions and animations! By converting PowerPoint to MP4 video, you can view PowerPoint on Samsung Galaxy Grand like the original PowerPoint presentations.
Free download and install PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand Converter on your computer. It works with Microsoft PowerPoint Version 2000/2002/2003/2007/2010 and is compatible with Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 blue. Then follow the general steps to convert PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand as below:
Step 1: Load PowerPoint files.
Run the program and click Add button to import PowerPoint source files. Save your time by converting several PowerPoint files to videos at one time, without number limit.
Step 2: Output sittings for Samsung Galaxy Grand.
Choose a video format from the “Profile” drop-down list, like “HD Video” → “HD H.264 MPEG-4 AVC Video (*.mp4)”, to make full use of Samsung Galaxy Grand’s HD screen display.
For advanced output video settings, just click Settings button on the right. In the pop up window, you may change the video codec, audio codec, quality, bit rate, frame rate, video size, etc. to better match your Samsung Galaxy Grand.
Step 3: Convert PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand.
When all the settings are ready, click “Start” button to start the PowerPoint to Samsung Galaxy Grand video conversion. You will get the output videos for viewing on Samsung Galaxy Grand in no time.
About Samsung Galaxy Grand
The Galaxy Grand is mostly about having a big screen at an affordable price. The screen is not HD, it is not a high-resolution display, but instead to arrive at that price Samsung had to pick a WVGA, or 480 x 800-pixel panel. That works out to a pixel density of around 186ppi, which is far from retina and decisively mid-range, so you’d be able to see some jagged edges on icons. Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy Grand runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor of unknown breed, and on the back there is a capable 8-megapixel camera. Good news is there is little shutter-lag and start-up is allegedly quick. The camera features backside illumination sensor (BIS) for better shots in low-light conditions, and it is capable of recording 1080p video. The Grand also has a front-facing, 2-megapixel camera for video calling. It all runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, which should mean that performance is smooth lag-free with Project Butter.