I’ve gotten some questions lately on whether Presio supports PowerPoint animations. So I wanted to address that here. Presio supports PowerPoint animations to an extent. The visual aspect of the animation is not supported. For example, an “Entrance->Fly In” animation will not “Fly In” so to speak. Instead, Presio detects that an animation has occurred and captures an image of the slide at that point. The image is captured once the animation effect has completed. This allows the content of the animation (text, shape, image,etc) to be recorded and synchronized properly with the corresponding audio/video.
To see how it works, and hear my brief explanation I created a quick Presio presentation demonstrating a simple slide with 4 PowerPoint animations. This will give you an idea of how it works, and what the output looks like for slides that contain animations.