Using video and audio appropriately


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Using video and audio appropriately

When designing a PowerPoint slideshow, it's important to strike a balance between the content and the appearance of your presentation. Once you learn how to work with audio and video and PowerPoint, you'll be tempted to include every fancy multimedia technique you know. But the truth is that videos with too many special effects may distract viewers and detract from the content of your message. It may be a cliche that content is king, but the purpose of an effective presentation is to impart your content in a memorable way. A well-placed movie or a sound effect can drive the point home. But badly implemented multimedia will result in the viewer remembering your visual but not your message.

Let's look at this before and after, and let me go ahead and play my slideshow. (Music playing) In this first slide, we used a fancy transition with the sound effect, an animated logo and an animated GIF inside stylized frames and loud music. There's so much going on that it offends the ...

Using video and audio appropriately
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Using video and audio appropriately 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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