Extracting media asset files


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Extracting media asset files

If you ever saved a PowerPoint slideshow from someone else and would like to save its video files, sounds, and images into separate files to use somewhere else, here's a neat little trick you can use to extract all the audio-visual content. The trick is that in PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint files are actually ZIP files, containers of all the smaller files that make up the presentation. What we're going to do is convert this PowerPoint presentation into a ZIP file so that Windows can open it and extract all the files from inside it.

The first thing that I need to do is be able to work with all the extensions at the ends of my filenames. If you can see .pptx at the end of your filename, then you're all set. You don't have to do this step, but because I can't see it, I need to go down to the Start menu and then click on Control Panel on the right. I'll click on Appearance and Personalization. Down near the bottom of the list, look for Folder Options and click on that.

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Extracting media asset files
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Extracting media asset files 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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