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Turn your presentation into a video
Article When you want to give a high-fidelity version of your presentation to colleagues or customers, you can save it and let it play as a video.
PowerPoint 2010
Link to a video on YouTube from PowerPoint 2010
Article Link to a YouTube video from a PowerPoint slide.
PowerPoint 2010
Add or remove a bookmark for audio and video clips
Article You can add bookmarks to indicate time points of interest in a video or audio clip. Use bookmarks as a way to trigger animations or to jump to a specific locati...
PowerPoint 2010
Start or end your video with a fade effect
Article You can start or end your video with a fade effect for a certain number of seconds. Select the video on the slide. Under Video Tools , on the Playback tab, in t...
PowerPoint 2010
Trigger an animation effect
Article With triggers, you can make an animation effect occur during a slide show when you click an object on the slide or when you play a specific part of a video.  No...
PowerPoint 2010
Trim a video
Article After you watch your video clips, you might notice that you were shaking the camera at the beginning and end of each clip, or that you want to remove a part tha...
PowerPoint 2010
Optimize the media in your presentation for compatibility
Article The Optimize Compatibility command in PowerPoint will help you to resolve playback issues. Resolve issues so media will play without fail To avoid playback is...
PowerPoint 2010
Compress your media files
Article You can improve playback performance and save disk space by compressing your media files. Open the presentation that contains the audio or video files. On the ...
PowerPoint 2010
Tips for improving audio and video playback and compatibility
Article If you experience slow playback, a lag between audio and video, audio stuttering, and frames being lost, the following steps can help to help improve the audio...
PowerPoint 2010
Change the brightness and contrast of a video
Article You can adjust the brightness of a video (relative lightness) and the difference between the darkest and lightest areas of a video (contrast). Change the brigh...
PowerPoint 2010
Change the color, style, and weight of a video border in PowerPoint 2010
Article You can add a border to the frame of your video on a slide in your presentation. You can also change the line color, style, and thickness.
PowerPoint 2010
Play your video in a shape
Article You can play your video in a frame shaped like a circle, arrow, star, and a call out, or any other shape that is located in the Video Shapes list.  Tip    After...
PowerPoint 2010
Apply special effects to your video
Article You can apply shadows, reflections, glow effects, soft edges, bevels, and 3-D rotation to a video. Click the video on the slide that you want to add an effect t...
PowerPoint 2010
Synchronize the appearance of overlay text in your video
Article You can add and synchronize descriptive overlay text to fade in and out while your video plays. Add text as an overlay to your video Display the slide on which ...
PowerPoint 2010
Recolor a video
Article You can recolor your video by applying a built-in stylized color effect, such as a sepia tone or grayscale. On the slide, select the video that you want to reco...
PowerPoint 2010
Add a poster frame to your video
Article When you add a poster frame, it provides viewers with a preview image of your video. Video: Add a poster frame to a video Use a frame from your video as a p...
PowerPoint 2010
Delete a video or animated GIF from your presentation
Article Show All Hide All In Normal view, in the pane that contains the Outline and Slide tabs, click the Slides tab, and then click the slide thumbnail that contains t...
PowerPoint 2010
Add an Adobe Macromedia Director video to your presentation
Article Show All Hide All It is not possible to insert an Adobe Macromedia Director video file into a PowerPoint 2010 presentation. However, to play a Director video du...
PowerPoint 2010
Add and play a video in a presentation
Article You can link to an external video or movie file from your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation. By linking your video, you can reduce the file size of your pr...
PowerPoint 2010
Add a QuickTime video (.mov, .mp4) to my presentation
Article With PowerPoint 2010, when you have the QuickTime player installed on your computer, you can insert an Apple QuickTime movie (.mov, .mp4) file. The PowerPoint 2...
PowerPoint 2010
Play an Adobe Macromedia Flash animation in a presentation
Article If you have an animated graphic that was created by using Adobe Macromedia Flash and saved as a Shockwave file with an.swf extension, you can play the file in a...
PowerPoint 2010
Set movie options
Article Whether you have a linked or embedded video in your presentation, you can resize or hide it. Resize a video frame When you do not want to play a video at its or...
PowerPoint 2010
Set the 'Play' options for a video in your presentation
Article To control how your video plays, use options on the Playback tab. This tab appears on the ribbon when you click on a video in a slide.
PowerPoint 2010
Delete a video or animated GIF from your presentation
Article PowerPoint - delete a movie, video, or animated GIF from you slides
PowerPoint 2013
Turn off or hide media controls in Slide Show view
Article While delivering your presentation, you can hide the media controls so they don't display.
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