Merge OTP files together in Python

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Merge OTP in Python

Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET is a powerful Python library for creating and manipulating presentation files. Moreover, it provides flexible ways to combine multiple OTP presentations. When you merge one presentation to another, you are effectively combining their slides in a single presentation to obtain one file. Aspose.Slides allows you merge two presentations in different ways. You get to merge presentations with all their shapes, styles, texts, formatting, comments, animations, etc. without having to worry about loss of quality or data.

Merge OTP files using Python

To merge the PowerPoint presentations, you will need to clone the slides from one presentation to the other.

Python code for merge multiple OTP into single file

import aspose.slides as slides

with slides.Presentation("presentation1.otp") as pres1:
    with slides.Presentation("presentation2.otp") as pres2:
        for slide in pres2.slides:
            pres1.slides.add_clone(slide)"presentation.otp", slides.export.SaveFormat.OTP)

How to merge OTP using Aspose.Slides for Python API

These are the steps to merge two OTP files and save result as OTP in Python.

  1. Install Aspose.Slides for Python via .NET .

    pip install aspose.slides

  2. Add a library reference (import the library) to your Python project.

    import aspose.slides as slides

  3. Open the source OTP files in Python.

    pres1 = slides.Presentation('pres1.otp')
    pres2 = slides.Presentation('pres2.otp')

  4. Combine OTP files using add_clone method.

    for slide in pres2.slides:

  5. Save presentation and get result as single OTP file."result.otp", slides.export.SaveFormat.OTP)