How to Troubleshoot Videos that Won't Play in Powerpoint


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Troubleshooting videos that won't play

Are you having trouble getting one of your media clips to play? Here are a few troubleshooting tips and solutions you can try. First, make sure your computer's media software is up-to-date. Install or update all of the software for Windows Media Player. You'll need version 10 or higher, Flash Player version 9 or higher, Shockwave, QuickTime and DirectX. If the current video was in a PowerPoint slideshow that was sent to you by another individual, find out if they made it in PowerPoint 2007. The 2007 version doesn't embed the media and they may not have sent you all the files that are associated with the slideshow.

Another possibility if you receive the slideshow from someone else is that you don't have the same codec or software installed on your computer. You have three solutions. One is to download and install the necessary codec. The second is to install a third-party media decoder and encoder filter, such as ffdShow, QuickTime or DivX, which will allow you to decode...

Troubleshooting videos that won't play
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Troubleshooting videos that won't play 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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