Yes, anyone can record a PowerPoint presentation — a video or audio (audio recording) presentation. For more information about What is a Video PowerPoint Presentation? · How To Record a Video PowerPoint Presentation · What is a Slide in PowerPoint? A video presentation is a video presentation that is recorded using video (video camera) and audio, or two types of audio (audio recording): One audio track recording and a video track recording. This is called a two-track presentation How can you use video? Video can be used to deliver a presentation on your computer screen, a projector or television. It can also provide live narration or even a picture-in-picture on your computer screen (monitor) as the presenter speaks. What kind of audio tracks can I use in my video presentations? · Video audio tracks are used to record videos in presentations, such as PowerPoint, One Note, Excel, etc… How can you play videos with your Mac? · Windows users can watch videos or listen to them in the background or while on the computer: right-click a video and select options from the popup menu. · Mac users can play videos with a video player, such as QuickTime, VLC or QuickTime Player. The player you use depends on what you want to do: How do I change the video quality from 30p to 60p in PowerPoint? · First, click on the video in PowerPoint's ribbon to create a new presentation, and go to the “Panes” panel. Next, click the Advanced settings icon. Select the video aspect ratio you would like, and click OK. It looks like the screenshot below. How can I change the video frame rate between 60 and 30 frames per second in PowerPoint? · Next, click on the video in PowerPoint's ribbon to create a new presentation, and go to the “Panes” panel. Click the “Advanced Settings” icon, and click the “Audio” icon. The default frame rate is set to 60, which uses a 30fps frame rate, so you will see the original video at 30 fps and the video from the audio track. Can I record audio while my PowerPoint slides are played back? · YES, there are two ways to record a video while presenting to people on the video slide. The first method is by adding a video clip to your PowerPoint slides.