This article guides you to upload slides in PitchVantage application. Please follow instructions below for specific types of presentation software:

1. Microsoft PowerPoint

2. Apple Keynote

3. Prezi

4. Google Slides

5. Other presentation software


1. Microsoft PowerPoint


For Windows user: 
  • Open your PowerPoint, click "File" on top left of the screen then click "Save As"
  • Click "Browse" and select Desktop as location where you want to save
  • Click "Save as type" and select "JPEG file interchange format"
  • Click "Save" > Click "All Slides" then click "OK"
For Mac user: 
  • Open your PowerPoint, click "File" on top left of the screen then click "Export..." (if you don't see Export option, click "Save as")
  • Select Desktop as location where you want to export or save
  • Select File Format as JPEG > Click "Export" (Click "Save" for some users) and click "OK"


Your presentation is now converted to JPEG (image) format and saved in a folder on your desktop.


Lastly, go back to PitchVantage app, click "Next", then click "Add New Slides" to upload the folder of your PowerPoint presentation in JPEG format.


2. Apple Keynote


Step 1: Open your presentation in Keynote, click "File" on top left of the screen > Export to > Images...

Step 2: Select format JPEG (High Quality) and click Next...

Step 3: Select Desktop as location where you want to export the file and click Export


Your presentation is now converted to JPEG (image) format and saved in a folder on your desktop.


Lastly, go back to PitchVantage app, click "Next", then click "Add New Slides" to upload the folder of your Keynote presentation in JPEG format.


3. Prezi


Step 1: Save your Prezi as a PDF. Prezi has a great article on how to do this. Click here.

Step 2: Go to https://pdf2jpg.net and convert your PDF file to JPG format.

Step 3:

  • Click "download your pictures as a zip file" after the conversion to JPG is complete.
  • Unzip the file and save it on the desktop. 

Your presentation is now converted to JPEG (image) format and saved in a folder on your desktop.


Lastly, go back to PitchVantage app, click "Next", then click "Add New Slides" to upload the folder of your Prezi presentation in JPEG format.


4. Google Slides


First, convert your Google slides to PowerPoint slides:

  • Go to your Google slides
  • Click "File" tab right under your presentation title
  • Go down to "Download as" and click "Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx)"


Next, convert your PowerPoint to JPEG:


For Windows user: 
  • Open your PowerPoint, click "File" on top left of the screen then click "Save As"
  • Click "Browse" and select Desktop as location where you want to save
  • Click "Save as type" and select "JPEG file interchange format"
  • Click "Save" > Click "All Slides" then click "OK"
For Mac user: 
  • Open your PowerPoint, click "File" on top left of the screen then click "Export..." (if you don't see Export option, click "Save as")
  • Select Desktop as location where you want to export or save
  • Select File Format as JPEG > Click "Export" (Click "Save" for some users) and click "OK"


Your presentation is now converted to JPEG (image) format and saved in a folder on your desktop.


Lastly, go back to PitchVantage app, click "Next", then click "Add New Slides" to upload the folder of your Google Slides in JPEG format.


5. Other presentation software


If you use other presentation software, the general rule is to convert your slides to JPEG format and then upload the JPEG folder in PitchVantage. 


Usually you can convert your slides to JPEG under "File" tab in your presentation software > Click "Save as" or "Export as" and the JPEG option will appear. If JPEG option is not available, download your slides as a popular format (e.g. PDF) and use an online convertor such as CloudConvert to convert your slides to JPEG format for free and save on Desktop. 


Lastly, go back to PitchVantage app, click "Next", then click "Add New Slides" to upload the folder of your slides in JPEG format.


Shoot us an email at support@pitchvantage.com if you need any help.