Applying 3D rotation


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Applying 3D rotation

You can literally make your video pop off the screen by applying a 3D rotation to your object. This makes your video look like it's moving towards the viewer. I'm on the sixth slide of my presentation. Click on your video and then go up to the Video Tools Ribbon and click on Format. Click on the Video Effects button and come down to 3D Rotation. A gallery of presets appears. The effects are broken down into three categories, Parallel, Perspective, and if you scroll down Oblique. Parallel rotations rotate the object to make shapes that look like parallelograms where the top and bottom or left and right sides are all parallel to each other.

Perspective rotation turns the object so that it looks like it's moving to or away from you. In other words, the top and the bottom or the left and right sides will have one longer than the other. Oblique effects are most like the 3D effects from previous versions of PowerPoint. They make cubes. When I try them out now though, I don't see mu...

Applying 3D rotation
Video duration: 3m 50s 4h 38m Intermediate

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Applying 3D rotation provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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PowerPoint
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