Adding, editing, and playing video


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Adding, editing, and playing video

For years, PowerPoint has been able to import video, but the options offered beyond that have been scarce. PowerPoint 2010 gives presenters a whole new array of options to control their video and create an even more interesting presentation. One difficulty you may run into while attempting to bring video into your presentation is compatibility; however, PowerPoint 2010 is more compatible with video formats than prior versions. In fact, PowerPoint 2010 even gives us the ability to embed videos found on YouTube, Hulu, and other video sharing web sites.

On our second slide, we are going to insert a two-minute promotional video to get our employees pumped up about Two Trees Olive Oil. From here, we'll click on the Insert tab up on the Ribbon, and on the far right we'll pull down the Video menu. You can see that we can add a video from a file located on our hard drive or on the network, or choose Clip Art video from Microsoft Office Online. We are going to go ahead and add a video fro...

Adding, editing, and playing video
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Adding, editing, and playing video provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features

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