There are numerous impressive Christmas pictures on the internet. We can gether some and make a Christmas themed PPT file by ourselves. And we can even watch it on our TV. Do you believe that? If you do not, it does not matter, after you read this blog, you will believe that. In fact, enjoying our self-made Christmas themed PPT file on TV is not only possible, but also easy to realize. Only that you need a tool to help you, that is, Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Pro. This software can make you burn your Christmas ppt to dvd / powerpoint to dvd, both standard DVD and high definition DVD. You can choose either one you like. More than that, it can preserve every detail of the original PPT such as animation, sound, links, etc. And the animation and sound will be in perfect synchronization. And the output DVD can be compliant to the TV standard in your country, as you can choose the norm according to your country. If you do not know which TV standard your country uses, do not worry; you just need to click the Help button behind the two norms and select your country, and then the norm will change accordingly. And there are some DVD menu templates for you to choose to set your PPT. And before you click the Burn button, you can add a log to your PPT to mark your Christmas pictures. In addition, you can add your favorite Christmas song or other music to your PPT or you can record your own voice to it. Then you can burn Christmas PPT file to DVD and watch it on your TV with a DVD Player with your families or friends. Furthermore, this Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Pro is a all-around tool. It not only can burn PPT to DVD, but also can convert your ppt to video / powerpoint to video formats so that you can play your PPT on many portable media devices and even put your PPT to some video sharing websites like YouTube. The good news here for you is that you can get this software with $10 off at Moyea promotion page for Christmas. Besides, there are other surprises for you. You can get one product with the lowest price or even without any money each week for a day from Nov. 21, 2010 to Jan. 8, 2011. Just click the picture to know the details.