This video explains how to record a voiceover directly into a PowerPoint presentation using a USB microphone.
- [Instructor] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow and…welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…In addition to inserting pre-recorded…audio into your PowerPoint slides,…you can also record live audio directly…into your presentation.…This can be really useful if you need…to add something like a voiceover to a slide.…As long as you don't need to record anything…complex involving multiple tracks or sounds,…you can record right into PowerPoint without the need…for any additional software applications.…All you need is a microphone plugged into…your computer's audio input jack, or more…commonly these days, a USB microphone…that connects to any USB port on your computer.…
You can pick up USB microphones at any…computer or office supply store.…First, make sure the microphone is connected,…then you just need to make sure it's…selected as the input device for your computer.…In the great majority of cases,…if you plug a microphone into your computer,…it'll automatically become the default…input device, but it's worth double-checking.…For example, here in Windows 10,…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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