Choosing a sound's starting and ending points


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Choosing a sound's starting and ending points

It's a good idea to keep your multimedia focused on material that supports the specific point you're making and trim out extraneous material from the beginning or end. If your audio clip is too long but you don't want to trim it, which would physically delete the beginning and end material, or if you just want to skip to relevant content, you can also specify a start time for your clip. I'm on slide 3 on my presentation. Play the clip. And note what time you want the clip to start to play. (Female speaker: Hansel and Petal?) For example, when I play this audio clip, I want to cut out the sound of the cellophane, so I'll the play the sound and then pause it at the moment I want.

I'll even press my Back button to go back a quarter of a second. Make note of the approximate time here. Now, go to the Animations tab up on the ribbon and then open up the Animation Pane with this button here on the right. Here's my sound. It's going to take place after my bullet...

Choosing a sound's starting and ending points
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Choosing a sound's starting and ending points 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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