Recoloring a video


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Recoloring a video

One of PowerPoint's most attractive special effect is that you can give your videos a color cast. More than just a standard sepia tone, you can choose a color palette to match your presentation. This adds visual interest and originality to your project. I'm working on Slide 6 of my file. Click on your media clip and go up to the Video Tools Ribbon and click on the Format tab. Look on the left side at the Adjust Group and you'll see a button for color. Click on it and a grid of 21 squares will open. The first box is your video without any coloring applied.

Across the top, you have Grayscale, Sepia, Washout, and three levels of Black and White. The second and third rows have dark and light variations of seven different colors. As you hold your cursor over each one of them, your clip will take on those color casts. Recolor takes advantage of PowerPoint's themes. If I go up to the Design tab and over on the right-hand side to Colors, I can drop down that menu and select another...

Recoloring a video
Video duration: 2m 50s 4h 38m Intermediate

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Recoloring a 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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PowerPoint
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