Encoding for use in PowerPoint


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Encoding for use in PowerPoint

A lot of us have to compress video for PowerPoint, and what we want is really embeded in PowerPoint and working cross platform. For that to be the case, it's got to be an MPEG-4 file. And what we are going to do is we are going to use our starting point. We are going to build a custom MPEG-4 file, and I am going to show you a couple of the ways you can vary that. But we are going to build it for PowerPoint, ready to go and ready to be embedded. Because in the Mac we are guaranteed to have QuickTime, while in the PC we are not, but we want to make sure that Windows Media Player can play it, and that's why we are picking an MPEG-4 file.

So I am going to take our Mission Starting Point. Again, I will say to you, you can use any video you want, or start in Final Cut Pro. And I am going to build a video from scratch here. So I'm going to pick the MPEG-4 type. And it's untitled. We will eventually save it and call it PowerPoint, or we will do it MP4 for Powerpoint. I will fill ...

Encoding for use in PowerPoint
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Encoding for use in PowerPoint provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff I. Greenberg as part of the Compressor 4 Essential Training

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Video
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Compressor
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