This video explains how to extract images, audio, and video clips from a PowerPoint presentation, for repurposing in other applications.
- [Garrick Chow] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow,…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…If you ever find that you need to use the images, videos,…or audio clips from a PowerPoint presentation,…but you don't have access to the original files,…you can employ a neat little trick…to extract all the media content from the presentation.…This trick makes use of the fact that a PowerPoint file…is really just a ZIP file,…containing all the smaller files…that make up the presentation,…and we just need to make Windows see it as a ZIP file…instead of a PowerPoint file.…For example, I have this PowerPoint presentation…that contains several graphics and a couple of videos.…
See, this page has a video, there's some more graphics,…and we have various images.…I want to repurpose some of these media files,…but I no longer have access to the original files.…The only copies I have are embedded in this PowerPoint file,…and I can't just drag them out of here.…I'm going to close PowerPoint first.…Here's my file sitting on my desktop.…Now, first we want to make sure we can see extensions…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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