This is a guest blog post from Larry First. The bio he sent me: An “experienced” (newly retired) geek from Alabama. The instructions discuss how to sync lyrics with a music video, but you could use it to transcribe the text of a tutorial as well. When presenting a music video where the vocals (message) […]
Have you ever wanted to sync animation with a video or audio file so that the animation happens at a specified point? Starting with PowerPoint 2010, you can add bookmarks to video or audio files. You can use a bookmark to quickly go to a specific location in the file but the real fun is […]
You’ve probably seen videos which are just a series of photos that zoom in or perhaps move a little. You can create this in MovieMaker or a similar low-end video editor but you can also do it in PowerPoint. It isn’t difficult at all, since you’ll cycle among only a couple of animation and transition […]
Want to create cool animations that are amazingly easy? Try using transitions! Most people don’t think of transitions as a kind of animation, but they are. Transitions are animations between slides — that introduce a new slide. Some of the transitions are quite interesting, and PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 introduced some great new ones. Ordinarily, […]
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