Creating Videos With PowerPoint 2010
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Do you ever wish you could put together a simple training or informational video without the need for complicated software or expensive technical expertise? Well, if you have Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010, you might have everything you need!
With PowerPoint's new features, you can create a video right out of the software! And it's really not hard! Imagine being able to go from PowerPoint to a video website in the time it takes you to create and save a presentation.
Join us and you'll learn how to ...
- Apply object animation to mimic on-screen operations
- Use slide transitions for a video
- Create and apply rehearsed timings
- Record, edit and incorporate audio and video to use in your PowerPoint
- Save your presentation file as a Windows Media Video (.wmv) file
Veteran trainer Melissa Esquibel, MCT, shares her secrets for quickly creating videos that can be rapidly deployed to effectively inform and educate an audience right from PowerPoint.
Not only will you learn the technical aspects of using your new tools, but Melissa will share many tips, tricks and "gotchas" for producing videos your audience will WANT to watch!
As a bonus, you'll be able to download a sample presentation that includes many of the techniques covered in the program, as well as the video that was created from it.
While some content may apply to earlier versions of PowerPoint, this webinar focuses on the 2010 version and its new features.
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