Cropping video


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Cropping video

Often the video clip that we have is not exactly the clip that we want. If it's too long, we can use PowerPoint to clip out as much as we need from the beginning and end. Then we can add a soft fade, so it doesn't feel abrupt. Let's give it a shot with the video that we've already added on slide number three. The video that we have here starts at this point. (Male Speaker: You can see that it's got quite a few olives.) Goes on for about a minute and 30 seconds or so. (Male Speaker: Inside of that will be a layer of water.) And for our introductory video, we really only want the middle 20, 30 seconds.

What we're going to do is tell PowerPoint to trim this video, to change the start point and the endpoint. So with it selected, I'm going to click on the Playback tab. I'm going to click on Trim Video. This special window provides an easy control to change the beginning and end times for our video. Now if I know exactly the time measurement of where I want it to ...

Cropping video
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Cropping video provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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