Recording a narration


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Recording a narration

One of the classic uses for PowerPoint is to create a self-running presentation designed to play in a loop without anyone nearby to control it. Whether you're at a trade show, in a store, or sitting in a waiting room, business use PowerPoint to inform customers about their products. There is entertainment value too. In this day and age, YouTube and other websites are chock-full of videos made by people just like you. You can use PowerPoint to create your own movie with graphics, text, video clips, and sounds. One of the key elements is recording a voiceover narration, telling your costumers everything they need to know, just like they were listening to you in person.

You don't need any fancy equipment. The recording studio is right in PowerPoint. All you need is a microphone plugged into your microphone jack on your computer and you are in business. We cover in detail how to setup your microphone in the recording your own sounds movie earlier in this course. The first thing that we n...

Recording a narration
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Recording a narration 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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