Resizing a video


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Resizing a video

Once you insert a video into your presentation, you'll want to specify its size on the slide. Here are several different techniques you can use. I'm going to go to slide six in my presentation. Notice, I have a place for my video but no placeholder. If I was using a placeholder, my video would resize itself to fit the given space. If I insert a video cleanly into a slide however, the video will come in at its original size. I'll go up to the Insert tab and then to the far right to the Video button and I'll insert welcome_3s.

When I first insert the video onto my slide, it's so large that it covers up my slide title. The simplest way to resize your video is to use the handles in the corners. When you hold your cursor over one of the dots, it will turn into a double headed arrow. Click and drag and your video will become smaller or larger. If you need your video to be larger, you may get mixed results, depending on how the media asset was encoded. You may find that the im...

Resizing a video
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Resizing 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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