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Try using ffmpeg to generate the GIF as well. It's a two step process. Step 1 Generate a palette ffmpeg -i ppt.mp4 -vf palettegen palette.png Step 2 Generate the GIF ffmpeg -i ppt.mp4 -i palette.png -filter_complex paletteuse out.gif If the above doesn't produce an acceptable result, we can try using ffmpeg to screengrab the PPT animation and use that ...


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Libreoffice (and probably OpenOffice) can do this. libreoffice --headless --convert-to doc FILENAME.html For more details: man libreoffice



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