Who Uses This Software?
Presentation management solution for all kinds of videos with features such as voice overs, storytelling, PowerPoint integration, background music and more.
Average Ratings3 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 3.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4 / 5
- Value for Money 4.5 / 5
- Starting Price US$8.00/one-time
- Free Version Yes
- Free Trial No
Cloud, SaaS, Web
- Founded 2012
SlideTalk Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 11/05/2018
Slide Talk is one of the best tools for converting PowerPoint presentations into videos.
-It's easy to use.
-Simplifies the process of creating a video (which is quite difficult and cumbersome) using PowerPoint presentations.
-You can choose the voice that best suits the material we are developing, and in the language you need.
- It has great utility in the educational field because it serves for the realization of online lessons, presentations, instructions, tutorials, among other activities.
-It is also useful in the business field for the preparation of presentations and other types of marketing materials.
- It serves for the documentation of projects and events both business (launch of a product, price list, online visits) and personal (weddings, parties, birthdays).
-You can share videos on YouTube and other social networks.
Cons: -It has few weaknesses. Among them we can mention that although it is easy to use, it can be complicated for those who do not have any experience with editing software like this.
Reviewed on 16/04/2018
A useful presentation tweak!
Pros: Slidetalk is a must in this culture of endless presentation slides. You need an edge to make your slides stand out. Slidetalk is it.
Cons: I try and not go overboard when it comes to its features. Slidetalk is such a convenient way to broaden the discussion around a presentation.
Reviewed on 28/03/2018
Use to take eLearning to a new level
Comments: Use to take eLearning to a new level
Pros: Helps take written and powerpoint formats to a video model that can be tailored to your audience. It's awesome.
Cons: Has a learning curve unless you are experienced with translating static content to a video format. Not really a con per se.