Leawo PowerPoint for Mac is an easy way to turn any presentation into a video. It's a simple enough tool, but it does have a few drawbacks that may deter some from using it, including the Mac user looking for simplicity, and the need for compatibility with certain systems. However, it also provides options for converting your slides to videos and allows the presenter to insert their voice through Audacity. This makes for a great alternative to traditional slide shows and gives the user the option of going mobile, while still keeping the content the same.
For those who are more technically savvy, Leawo PowerPoint for Mac can be used with the Windows version of the program, or the higher-end Mac version. There are similarities between the Windows and Mac programs in the video conversion and file saving features, but with the Mac version you will also be able to convert presentations to VGA, RGB, intramental, and True Colour, as well as be able to add text. The only thing you cannot do on the Mac version is to edit existing slides. That's why it's important to consider how you want to use the software before deciding which version to purchase. Some of the differences that might sway your decision include ease of use, compatibility with other systems, and video editing and submission options.
If you're a visualizer, the free Leawo PowerPoint for Windows version will allow you to import images or graphics from a variety of sources, as long as they can be imported as a WML file. This allows you to quickly and easily add them to your presentation, without the need for additional software. As far as what you'll be doing with the presentation itself, that's entirely up to you. You could convert files to mp3s and ship them off to clients or colleagues, create an instructional video, or anything else. Since the software has been around for a long time, you'll find that it still has many features that will allow you to quickly and easily accomplish your tasks. If you have experience working in different formats, such as Flash and HTML, as well as experience converting slides, then this may be a good choice for you.