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How to extract embedded video files from PPTX PowerPoint files

I had to pull a video out of a PowerPoint PPTX file today.
Here's a great tip for getting content out of a PPTX file.
We use this tip from time to time in our Live Webcasting when presenters give us a Powerpoint that we need to synchronize with the webcast stream and they have a video in the PPT they need us to switch to as well.

You'll need to be able to see the extensions on a Mac or a PC.

Change the extension of .pptx with a .zip. Ignore the warning Windows or Mac OS might give you.

"Unzip" the .zip file, on a Mac just extract it and look inside. All the media files, images, jpegs/pngs, mp3's and any embedded video files will be visible and available. You can copy and move them at will. When you're done, rename your PowerPoint file with the pptx extension.

ICV Provides HD Live Webcasting Services for StartupSchool

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ICV webcasts for yCombinator and Startupschool again ICV was once again chosen to provide live webcasting services for the global event:
Startupschool produced by yCombinator.

This time the the event was at the Flint Center in San Jose. The onsite audience has grown so much that a larger venue was needed. The online audience that watches the ICV Live streaming webcast numbers in the tens of thousands and spans the globe.
ICV uses their Mobile Video Flypacks for the event. We use 4 HD cameras and full HD signal path to our Flypacks that use the Panasonic HS 450 HD-SDI switchers.
Check the open archive posted here:
http://startupschool.org/speakers.html

If you saw the Startupschool.com live webcast, you saw ICV's video webcasting stream.