This video explains how to allow a video to continue playing across multiple slides.
- [Narrator] Hi I'm Garrick Chow…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Occasionally you might have a video in your presentation…that you want to have play while your run bullet points…or other content next to it…and in conjunction with it.…If you have a lot to say about a particular video…you might not have enough room to fit all of your…text onto the slide while keeping the video…at a reasonable size.…So let's take a look at a technique that lets…you to keep a video playing across multiple slides…so you can advance beyond the slide the video…actually lives on, keeping it visible and playing,…while the slides change around it.…Now, in order to do this…you'll have to plan out your slides.…
Take a look here at slides 2, 3 and 4.…These all make use of the 2 content placeholder layouts…with the bullet points on the left…and a space for the video on the right.…We're going to insert the video on slide 2,…and then there will already be space for it…on the other 2 slides.…So here on slide 2 I'm going to come over…to my content placeholder…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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