Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting a screen recording, part of Learning Office Mix.
- The Landon Hotel website has some great information…about rooms and the different rooms that are available.…They are similar in all of our hotels.…These are the names of the rooms at London West End,…but I'd like to capture the information from this website.…And I don't want to capture it as a series of pictures.…Actually I want it captured as a video.…In order to do that, I'm going to use something…that's much like inserting a screenshot or a screen clip,…but this is called a screen recording,…not to be confused with the slide recording feature…that we're going to see next.…
What we're going to do here is set up a canvas…and record the actions that we're taking on the screen.…We'll begin just as we do with the screen clip.…We have the content that we want in front of us…and we'll then switch to PowerPoint, choose a slide…and go to the Mix tab.…So I'm going to use Alt, Tab to get back…to where I want to go.…This is the Guest Rooms slide that I actually want…to put this content on.…If I was someplace else, I choose this slide…
Author Gini Courter provides an overview of the add-in, and then shows how to plan a mix and insert screenshots, videos, and screen recordings. She then shows how to preview and upload the mix, and save it as a video that can be hosted online.
Along the way, she explains how to add narration and annotations, add interactive content like true/false or multiple-choice questions, and share and distribute the mix.
- What is Office Mix?
- Inserting screenshots and screen recordings
- Compressing and uploading a mix
- Inserting video
- Adding questions and polls
- Exporting and sharing mixes