I've run into an unusual issue which involves fonts and various alternative systems - hear me out...
So I've been working on a PowerPoint presentation with a bunch of custom icon fonts and whatnot. Now I've got to switch back to my Linux system where PowerPoint doesn't run. So I tried the web version, which works but it doesn't recognise my system's fonts for some reason. LibreOffice Impress does, but the animations are janky and just generally not as clean as PowerPoint, which is dissapointing but predictable.
So my question was, in Word for instance, I can export the docoument as a PDF and it will with most certainty look exactly the same as the original document on just about any device or any viewer. My question is, is there a similar format for PowerPoints that preserves animations, and looks as clean as the original presentation, but can be opened outside of PowerPoint, such as a browser?