Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Recording a Voice Narration for Slides
When you’re in an experimental mood, select your video and try these
techniques for changing its appearance:
Recolor the video: Click the Color button (on the Format tab) or the
Recolor button (in the Format Video pane) and select a color or
blackand-white option.
Change the brightness and contrast: Click the Corrections button and
choose a setting in the gallery, or change the Brightness and Contrast
settings in the Format Video pane.
Recording a Voice Narration for Slides
A voice narration in a PowerPoint presentation is sophisticated indeed. A
self-playing, kiosk-style presentation can be accompanied by a human voice
such that the narrator gives the presentation without actually being there.
To narrate a presentation, a working microphone must be attached or built
in to your computer. You record the narration for slides one slide at a time
or all at one time, and the recording is stored in the PowerPoint file, not in a
separate audio file.
The best way to record voice narrations is to do it on a slide-by-slide basis.
You can record across several slides, but getting your voice narration and
slides to be in sync with one another can be a lot of trouble.
Place your script on your desk and follow these steps to record a voice
narration for a slide:
1. Select the slide that needs a voice narration.
2. Go to the Insert tab.
3. Open the drop-down list on the Audio button and choose Record
You see the Record Sound dialog box shown in Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8:
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