Inserting a QuickTime video


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Inserting a QuickTime video

QuickTime is Apple's default movie format and with the growing popularity of Macintosh computers and devices in the creative field, the file format is increasingly common. QuickTime movie files will have an extension of .mov or m4v. The procedure for inserting a QuickTime video into your presentation is exactly the same as any other video. I'm going to go to slide 4, the Test of Our Longer TV Spot. For more information about inserting videos into PowerPoint, please see the lessons earlier in this course. In a nutshell, go up to the Insert Ribbon, click on the Video can in the Media Group on the right side of the toolbar, and navigate to your file.

If you only want to see QuickTime videos listed, click on these Video Files dropdown in the bottom right hand corner of the dialog box and change it to QuickTime Movie File. You can also choose QuickTime Video File if you want to see files in m4v or other QuickTime formats. I'm going to go back to video files. Click on the ad_45sec file. D...

Inserting a QuickTime video
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Inserting a QuickTime video 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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