Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Controlling audio playback, part of PowerPoint: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
…We just added sound to a transition, but, sound…can also be added to a slide or multiple slides.…Let's insert an audio file, from my PC and, I'll choose it here.…You'll see it's added to the slide and I could drop it right there.…Now, this particular clip comes from a creative commons license.…And I pulled it down from an artist named JLang, and he simply requires that I…provide a credit, listing that he made this work, which I have done here.…
You'll find lots of music available on dig.ccmixter.org, that…you can use in presentations or, for other projects.…Now, if I double click on that sound, I could adjust a few properties.…There's the animation pane, and double-click.…What I want to do is set this to…begin playing from the beginning, which is great.…Note you can also adjust the custom time when music…begins playing, if you want to move further into the song.…Additionally, I'm going to set it to play for six slides.…This means that the music will play through the presentation.…
Alright, that looks good.…
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- Choosing a style of animation
- Revealing text and charts
- Setting custom timing
- Playing a video
- Adding sound
- Using transitions between slides
Skill Level Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 19m Appropriate for all
1. The Goal of Animation
2. Animation Essentials
3. Chart Animation
Refining build order2m 24s
4. Advanced Animation
5. Slide Transitions
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