Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting the volume for a video clip, part of PowerPoint: Using Photos and Video Effectively for Great Presentations.
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…Depending on the type of video clip you're using,…you may or may not want the volume up.…If you're inserting a professionally edited…video that you're using for your company,…or maybe a sample that you downloaded, you might want the sound up full.…Otherwise, if it's just background information or…illustrative, maybe you want to talk over it.…In this case, it's useful to adjust the clip at the volume level so you…don't have to try to adjust your computer volume in the middle of a presentation.…You can, of course, always refine the volume of your PC…itself, but getting the clip right is generally a very good idea.…
With the clip selected, you can adjust their volume.…I'll grab this one here, and under Playback controls, I can adjust volume.…You'll see the choice for Low, Medium, and High, in…this case, I don't want any sound so I'll choose Mute.…For this next clip, I'll leave some sound but I want it at a lower level.…So, I'll choose Low.…You'll also note that that simply adjusted the volume here with the pop up menu.…
- Working with photos
- Using the Photo Browser
- Adjusting images in PowerPoint
- Cropping and masking
- Building a slideshow
- Inserting video
- Prepping images and video for PowerPoint
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Bruce Heavin, The Thinkable Presentationwith Bruce Heavin17m 37s Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 19m Appropriate for all
1. Working with Photos
2. Browsing Media
3. Inserting Images Manually
4. Adjusting Images in PowerPoint
5. Masking Photos
6. Working with Transparency
7. Creating Photo-Based Layouts
8. Inserting Video Files
9. Prepping Images and Video Outside of PowerPoint
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