Improving playback performance


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Improving playback performance

Some PowerPoint videos may not play back smoothly. They may be jerky, experience delays, or the sound doesn't sync. This can be caused by a variety of factors around your own particular computer hardware and software setup. There are a number of techniques you can try if you find your media clips don't play well. The biggest culprit may be your computer itself. If your computer is more than a few years old, it wasn't designed to manage video files and animation well, since multimedia has only recently become popular.

Video playback is very processor-intensive. PowerPoint 2007 is designed to work with DirectX-compatible video cards that support Microsoft Direct 3D technology. If you have an older machine, your graphics card may not be powerful enough. If the issue is your graphics card, first make sure its software drivers are up to date. If you suspect your hardware is just too old, it might be time to consider a more powerful computer. It's also possible you don't have ...

Improving playback performance
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Improving playback performance provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2007: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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PowerPoint
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