Playing a movie across slides


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Playing a movie across slides

If you have a long video that you'd like to continue playing, even as you advance your sides, PowerPoint 2007 has a great technique you can use. In our case, I have a 45-second video, but I would like to make comments about it as it plays. I have three slides here, slide 2, slide 3, and slide 4. All of them have bullets on the left-hand side and a blank content area on the right-hand side. I will go back to slide 2. On the first of these content slides I will click on the Insert Media Clip icon to insert my movie, and I will click on my ad_45sec.

I will get a dialog box asking how I want to start the video, and I'll choose Automatically. Now, I need to resize it to fit. Up on the Ribbon, on the right, I will click in Width and type in 4.5 and then click in Height so that they both resize. I will click in the middle of my video clip and move it over to the right-hand side. Now while I am on the Movie Tools, > Options Ribbon, I will look where it says Play Movie Automatically, an...

Playing a movie across slides
Video duration: 3m 48s 3h 32m Intermediate

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Playing a movie across slides provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2007: Audio and Video in Depth

Subject:
Business
Software:
PowerPoint
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