Record Powerpoint Presentation With Audio And Video

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Open the slide you want to start recording from. Near the upper right corner of the PowerPoint window, select Record. When you're ready, select the round, red Record button, wait for the countdown, then start speaking. To record from a specific slide, go to it, and then select Record.
Insert you're video and the wave sound file. For both choose play automatically. In the custom animation pane click on the animation for the sound file and select with previous that should have them playing at the same time.
The Easy Way Open your PowerPoint (or Keynote) presentation. Open ScreenFlow and click New Recording. Tick Record Desktop from and choose your desktop Tick Record Video from and choose the camera you want to record from Tick Record Audio from and chose the microphone you want to use.
NOTE. Any PowerPoint slide can be re-recorded by clicking Record Slide Show and Selecting Record from Current Slide. Click Record to start recording narration for a slide. NOTE. PowerPoint will give a three-second countdown before it begins recording.
Save as a video file On the File menu, select Save to ensure all your recent work has been saved in PowerPoint presentation format (. pptx). Click File > Export > Create a Video. (Or, on the Recording tab of the ribbon, click Export to Video.)
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Save embedded media from a presentation (audio or video) Right-click (or Control-click on macOS) the audio icon or video, and click Save Media as In the Save Media as dialog box, choose a folder and also enter a name for the media file Select Save.
Record your screen in PowerPoint Open the slide that you want to put the screen recording on. On the Insert tab of the ribbon, select Screen Recording. On the Control Dock, choose Select Area (or if you want to select the entire screen for recording, press Windows logo key+Shift+F) Select Record.
To play your video repeatedly and continuously during your presentation, you can use the loop feature. Under Video Tools, on the Playback tab, in the Video Options group, select the Loop until Stopped check box.
In newer versions of PowerPoint, you can right-click a video or audio file (typically in Normal View), select Save Media As from the drop-down menu and save the file with a new name on your PC or a shared drive.