AuthorAlicia Katz Pollock
- Using video and audio appropriately
- Linking vs. embedding media
- Considering copyrights
- Inserting video
- Working with proprietary formats, such as QuickTime, YouTube, and Flash
- Applying effects
- Setting options like looping and full-screen playback
- Adding sound
- Building a music soundtrack
- Saving multimedia presentations
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, I'm Alicia Katz Pollock, and welcome to PowerPoint 2007 Audio and Video In Depth. In this course, we'll look at PowerPoint's features for working with video and audio clips. I'll start by showing you how to insert a wide variety of video and audio file types into your slideshows. We'll take a look at setting playback options during your presentation. We'll also explore how to format the appearance of media files on your slides. Lastly, we'll talk about creative ways you can implement moving images and sound with PowerPoint's advance tools. We'll be covering all of these techniques, plus plenty of other features.
Since this is an depth look, we expect that you are already familiar with PowerPoint's basic functions. I think these are really dynamic techniques that will bring your presentations to the next level. So, let's get started with PowerPoint 2007 Audio and Video In Depth.
1. Managing Multimedia Presentations
2. Inserting Videos
3. Working with Proprietary Formats
4. Applying Video Effects
5. Setting Video Playback Options
6. Troubleshooting Video Issues
7. Adding Audio Clips
8. Setting Sound Playback Options
9. Triggering Sound Effects
10. Working with Soundtracks
11. Saving Multimedia Presentations
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