Applying a preset video style


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Applying a preset video style

One of PowerPoint's strengths is its vast collection of special effects that you can apply to any of your graphics, including your videos. Once you insert a video into your presentation, you can jazz it up by giving it a predesigned style effect that combines frames, tilts, shadows, reflections, bevels, and more. Let's click on the video on the sixth slide. If you're working with your own video and the container shows us a black box instead of the first frame of your video, working with effect presets will be easiest. If you set up poster frame on your video, so that you're looking at an image, instead of a black box.

To learn how to select a poster frame, please see the video earlier in this course. Go to the Video Tools Format Ribbon and in the middle is a gallery of video styles. Click on the More button in the bottom right corner and it will extend out the gallery view. Hold your cursor over all the different styles and you'll see a live preview on your slide. The ...

Applying a preset video style
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Applying a preset video style 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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