Inserting a video from a computer file


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Inserting a video from a computer file

Much of the time, you'll already have a video file saved on your computer that you want to insert into your PowerPoint presentation. It's easy to add the clip to a slide. Windows classifies all video types as media, since a video is different than let's say a Flash animation, but they're both handled the same way by PowerPoint. Let's add a video clip to our presentation. Click on the fourth slide in your exercise file. Notice the six images in the middle of the placeholder. The bottom right icon has a movie reel on it.

This represents any kind of multimedia. Click on it and a Windows dialog box will appear. Navigate to the folder where you keep your assets. If you want to limit the items you can see to a specific file format, click on this Video Files dropdown, and you can select a specific file type. We'll just leave it on Video Files to see all of our choices. I discussed these file types in a previous lesson in this course. Now click on ad_45sec. Use this Insert bu...

Inserting a video from a computer file
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Inserting a video from a computer file 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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