Trimming an audio clip


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Trimming an audio clip

There are may be times when your audio clip is longer than you want it to be. Maybe you only want to use a segment in the middle. You don't have to open the clip in the sound editing program; you can make the trim right inside PowerPoint. It's a good idea to keep you multimedia focused on material that supports the specific point you are making and trim out extraneous material from the beginning or end. I'm on slide 3 in my presentation. You can use any sound clip you've embedded. Do note that this technique works on both embedded and linked media, but the only audio clips that you've actually embedded will receive the benefits of the optimization tools, we'll explore later in this course.

Click on your audio clip and play it. (Female speaker: (inaudible) Hansel and Petals for years?) You can hear that I have all that introduction of the cellophane rattling. That will be great for me to trim out. When I am clicked on my audio clip, two new Audio Tools tabs open up a...

Trimming an audio clip
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Trimming an audio clip 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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