Once you have created an Office Mix, you will be able to preview and edit it. The audio that is recorded will be specifically linked to the slide in which it was recorded over. This allows you to edit or rerecord the audio for a slide, without impacting the rest of the slides. You will also be able to rearrange slides and change elements on the slide.
- [Voiceover] In this video, we'll take a look at…a few ways that we can edit our recording.…I'm going to go back to the first slide,…and I'm going to hit preview.…(clears throat)…Hello students, today we're talking…about collaboration skills.…Okay, so in here I accidentally cleared my throat…as I started, and I obviously don't want that on there.…That's not a problem,…we can go up while we're on this slide…to edit slide recording,…and I can go to trim slide recording.…Now, it's kinda hard to see,…but within here you can see the audio files,…so I can see the different wavelengths,…and right here is where I had that throat clearing,…so I'm going to move this to right there,…and then hit okay,…and what it will do is to trim that audio…within this slide,…now remember that Office Mix records each audio segment…per slide, so when we do this it will not impact…the other slides,…they still will be right on point.…
I'll click okay, and I'll click preview again now.…Hello students, today we're talking about collab---…Okay, so I successfully got that throat clearing…
- Downloading and accessing Office Mix
- Recording and editing presentations with Office Mix
- Adding screenshots, links, audio, video, apps, and quizzes
- Uploading and sharing mixes
- Tracking student progress through a mix