Triggering a video by clicking a graphic


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Triggering a video by clicking a graphic

There may be times when you'd like to trigger your media clip to begin in another way than clicking on the video itself. For example, maybe you have your clip set to remain hidden when it's not playing so that you need a way to start it since you can't even see it to click on it. You can select any other object on your slide to trigger your video to play. I am working on slide 3 of my presentation. In our case I have a video that I want to show while I am on this slide. But I have bulleted content that I'd rather the audience see instead of my media clip frame.

So instead of using one of placeholders as the container for my media clip, I am going to click on the edge of my slide to make sure that nothing selected and then go up to the Insert tab. On the far right, I will click on the Video button and navigate to the file that I want. I am going to use testimonial_90sec and click Insert. For more information about inserting video clips, please that chapter earlier in this ...

Triggering a video by clicking a graphic
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Triggering a video by clicking a graphic 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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