Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding Movies to a Slide
4. To trim the beginning of the video, drag the Beginning Marker to the
right or click the Up/Down arrows in the Start Time box.
5. To trim the end of the video, drag the Ending Marker to the right or
click the Up/Down arrows in the End Time box.
6. Click the OK button.
PowerPoint displays your trimmed video on the slide.
Coloring a video
To spice up the appearance of a video, you can modify its brightness,
contrast, or color. Modifying one or more of these options can correct flaws in
a video or just create unique visual effects that might make your video more
memorable.
To change the color of a video, follow these steps:
1. Click the slide (in either Slide or Outline view) that contains the video
you want to trim.
2. Click on the video that you want to format.
The Format and Playback tabs appear.
3. Click the Format tab.
4. Click the Corrections icon in the Adjust group.
A menu appears, letting you choose different brightness settings.
5. Click on the brightness and contrast option.
A menu appears, letting you choose different contrast settings.
6. Click the color icon in the Adjust group.
A menu appears, letting you choose different color settings.
Formatting the shape of a video
To make your video appear even more visually interesting, PowerPoint lets
you modify the shape of the video. Instead of appearing as a boring rectangle,
your video can now appear with shadows, in shapes like a triangle or arrow,
or with a frame around it.
To format the shape of a video, follow these steps:
1. Click the slide (in either Slide or Outline view) that contains the video
you want to trim.
 
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