Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a video file, part of PowerPoint: Using Photos and Video Effectively for Great Presentations.
…Let's add a video file to a presentation.…Remember, the file needs to be both…a supported file type and a compression type.…One of the easiest to use is h.264 file.…I have a presentation available here, and I'll just add a video file.…Choosing Insert, you'll see Video.…If your button's in a different place, it may be because you…missed the movie where we adjusted the ribbon with the customized ribbon command.…Using this, you can rearrange the buttons to an order that matches your needs.…
I'll choose to insert video and choose video from my PC.…Once I've done this, I can navigate to a video file.…Let's choose this standard file.…You'll note if the video files option is selected and the…video shows up, it will work inside your version of PowerPoint.…Choosing Insert adds it to the screen.…If you'd like to make sure that it's working, simply…click the play button in order to play the video.…And you can see it play back smoothly.…Let's try that one more time.…I'll insert another slide, in this case a blank…one, and choose to insert a video from my PC.…
- Working with photos
- Using the Photo Browser
- Adjusting images in PowerPoint
- Cropping and masking
- Building a slideshow
- Inserting video
- Prepping images and video for PowerPoint
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Working with Photos
2. Browsing Media
3. Inserting Images Manually
4. Adjusting Images in PowerPoint
5. Masking Photos
6. Working with Transparency
7. Creating Photo-Based Layouts
8. Inserting Video Files
9. Prepping Images and Video Outside of PowerPoint
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