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Turn your presentation into a video
When you make a recording of a presentation, all its elements (narration, animation, pointer movements, timings, and so on) are saved in the presentation itself. In essence, the presentation becomes a video that your audience can watch in PowerPoint.
So you have two options for turning your presentation into a video that's ready to view:
Save/export your presentation to a video file format (.mp4 or .wmv).
Save your presentation as a PowerPoint Show (.ppsx) file. (A PowerPoint Show appears full-screen in Slide Show, ready to view immediately.)
Save as a video file
After you've created your slides and recorded any timing and narrations and laser pointer gestures that you want to include, you're ready to create 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 .)
In the first drop-down box under the Create a Video heading, select the video quality you want, which pertains to the resolution of the finished video. The higher the video quality, the larger the file size. (You may want to test them to determine which one meets your needs.)
* The Ultra HD (4K) option is only available if you're using Windows 10 or later.
The second drop-down box under the Create a Video heading tells whether your presentation includes narration and timings. (You may switch this setting if you like.)
If you haven't recorded timed narration, by default the value is Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narrations .
The default time spent on each slide is 5 seconds. You can change that timing in the Seconds to spend on each slide box. To the right of the box, click the up arrow to increase the duration, or click the down arrow to decrease the duration.
If you have recorded a timed narration, by default the value is Use Recorded Timings and Narrations .
Click Create Video .
In the File name box, enter a file name for the video, browse for the folder that will contain this file, and then click Save .
In the Save as type box, choose either MPEG-4 Video or Windows Media Video .
You can track the progress of the video creation by looking at the status bar at the bottom of your screen. The video creation process can take up to several hours depending on the length of the video and the complexity of the presentation.
Tip: For a long video, you can set it up to be created overnight. That way, it’ll be ready for you the following morning.
To play your newly-created video, go to the designated folder location, and then double-click the file.
Save as a PowerPoint Show
When someone opens a PowerPoint Show file, it appears full-screen in Slide Show, rather than in edit mode. The viewer begins watching the presentation immediately.
On the File menu, select Save As .
Choose the folder location where you want to store your PowerPoint Show file.
In the Save as type box, choose PowerPoint Show (*.ppsx) .
Select Save .
Why turn your presentation into a video?
When you want to give a high-fidelity version of your presentation to colleagues or customers (either as an e-mail attachment, published to the web, on a CD or DVD), save it and let it play as a video.
You can save your presentation as either an MPEG-4 video file (.mp4) or a .wmv file. Both formats are widely supported and can be streamed over the internet.
Some tips to remember when recording your presentation as a video:
You can record and time voice narration and laser pointer movements in your video.
You can control the size of the multimedia file and the quality of your video.
You can include animations and transitions in your movie.
Viewers do not need to have PowerPoint installed on their computers to watch it.
If your presentation contains an embedded video, the video will play correctly without your needing to control it.
Depending on the content of your presentation, creating a video may take some time. Lengthy presentations and presentations with animations, transitions, and media content will likely take longer to create. Fortunately, you can continue to use PowerPoint while the video is being created
What parts of a presentation won't be included in a video?
The following items won't be included in a video that you create using PowerPoint:
Media inserted in previous versions of PowerPoint. To include these, you can convert or upgrade the media object.
For example, if you inserted the media using PowerPoint 2007, it will be linked and it will play in the presentation. However, when you export the file as a video, the linked media will be dropped. You can convert the file to the new file format (click the File tab, and under Info , click Convert ), or you can right-click the media object and then click to upgrade; it will embed the file and export it correctly.
QuickTime media (unless you have a third-party QuickTime codec named ffdShow installed and you have optimized for compatibility)
What to do with your video after creating it
After you create a video, you can share it with others by using the following methods:
Email your presentation to others
Save to a file share or other location
Upload it to your organization's Microsoft Stream video-sharing site , as described in the next section, "Save to a video-sharing site."
Save to the Microsoft video-sharing site
After you've created the video file, you can upload it to a video-sharing site. Microsoft Stream is an enterprise video service where people in an organization can upload, view, and share videos. Microsoft 365 business or education subscribers have access to this service from within PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.
Select File > Export , and then select Publish to Microsoft Stream .
Type a title and a description for the video.
Set other options, including whether you want others in your organization to have permission to see the video:
Select the Publish button.
The upload process can take several minutes, depending on the length of the video. A status bar at the bottom of the PowerPoint window tracks the progress, and PowerPoint shows a message when the upload is finished:
Click the message to go directly to the video playback page on Microsoft Stream.
For more information about this service, begin reading with What is Microsoft Stream? It includes information about Office 365 Video vs. Microsoft Stream.
1 The Ultra HD (4K) option is only available if you're using Windows 10 or later. 2 In PowerPoint 2016, the Ultra HD (4K) option isn't available in the Volume License edition.
When someone opens a PowerPoint Show file, it appears full-screen in Slide Show, rather than in edit mode. The viewer begins watching the presentation immediately.
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Click File > Export > Create a Video .
PowerPoint 2013 and newer versions can save your presentation as either an MPEG-4 video file (.mp4) or a .wmv file. Both formats are widely supported and can be streamed over the internet.
Format : .mp4
Maximum resolution : 1280×720
On the File menu, click Save & Send .
Under Save & Send , click Create a video .
To display all video quality and size options, under Create a video , click the Computer & HD Displays down arrow.
Choose one of these video quality options. (You may want to test them to determine which meets your needs.)
Click the Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narrations down arrow, and then do one of the following:
If you didn't record and time voice narration and laser pointer movements , click Don't Use Recorded Timings and Narration .
The default time spent on each slide is set to 5 seconds. To change that, to the right of Seconds to spend on each slide , click the up arrow to increase, or the down arrow to decrease the seconds.
If you recorded and timed narration and pointer movements , click Use Recorded Timings and Narrations .
PowerPoint 2010 saves your presentation as a Windows Media Video (.wmv) file. (If you do not want to use the .wmv file format, you can use a third-party utility to convert your file to another format, such as .avi or .mov.)
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A powerful online screen, webcam, and audio recorder for creating professional video presentations. It’s an incredibly better tool than Google Slides! VEED lets you easily capture your screen. Customize your layout, background, and camera feed in a few clicks. Our free presentation recorder works on Windows and Mac; no software to download or plugin to install. Upload your PowerPoint slides, add annotations, scenes, and even soundwaves for audio recordings. You can also record business meetings, messages to colleagues, explainer videos, gaming videos, and more! TRY OUR CHROME EXTENSION! Installing the new VEED Presentation Recorder Chrome Extension will allow you to record your screen & webcam anytime! Just click the link and hit ‘Add to Chrome.’
How to Record Your Presentations:
Select from our list of layouts (you may need to click to ‘Allow’ permission to access your screen, camera, or microphone). You can record just your screen, your webcam, or both at the same time!
Click the red button to start recording! You'll see a countdown before the recording starts. Don't worry if you mess up. You have unlimited time and unlimited retakes. You can navigate to other pages, and don't worry, you are still recording.
Review, edit, and export
You can playback your recording to review it, click ‘Share’ to share with friends and colleagues, or ‘Edit’ to edit your video (perfect for adding text, subtitles, and professional touches to your screen recording)
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Presentation recording with multiple layouts
Select a layout that best suits your presentation. Record your screen and audio at the same time. It’s also a powerful video capture software. Add yourself to the scene with your webcam; you can choose the size and layout of your camera feed as well. Give your PowerPoint presentations a new look! Add annotations, images, text, and subtitles.
Edit your recordings with our powerful online video editor
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Screen and webcam recording for business presentations
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Frequently Asked Questions
It’s incredibly straightforward! Choose your layout (screen only, webcam only, or both) and hit the red button. You can choose to record JUST your screen or have your webcam record a video of you in the top right corner, for example, at the same time. You will see a countdown timer then the screen capture will start. To stop, just hit the red button again. Simple!
To share the video, all you have to do is click ‘Copy Link’ and leave the Public Video toggle on. Then anyone with the link will be able to watch and comment on your video, like on google drive. (Note - they will NOT be able to edit the video. Only you will be able to edit)
Just click ‘Edit’ when the recording is finished, and you will be taken into VEED’s video editor. Here you will be able to add subtitles, text, annotations, music, sound effects, and much more. Just hit the ‘Export’ button when you’re finished, to save your new edited recording.
It happens automatically! When you start using the screen recorder, you will need to click ‘Allow’ to give the recorder access to your microphone. That’s it. As soon as you start to record the video (of your screen, webcam, or both), the audio will also be recorded, so you can make awesome video presentations, explainer videos, team comms videos, and more!
VEED allows you to record your webcam along with your screen and audio. Just select “Screen & Webcam” when choosing a layout for your presentation recording.
VEED works with Windows and Mac. You can access our screen and presentation recorder straight from your browser. No software or plugins to install!
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How to Record a Presentation with Webcam, Narration, and More
Nearly 90 percent of people put “quite a bit” or “a huge amount” of effort into their presentations.
But are you getting the most of your presentations?
Whether you’re creating a presentation to report data to your team or you want to know how to video record yourself presenting a PowerPoint, recording your presentation offers a number of benefits.
You can record a presentation in real-time as you present, or do it in advance to leverage the flipped model or make your presentation available on-demand .
While there are a number of ways to record a presentation, I’ll give you my favorite way to record a high-quality presentation in PowerPoint with audio and video.
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How to record a presentation from PowerPoint with audio and webcam
Step 1: Set up your presentation video recording
There are a few different ways to record a presentation if you want it to feel professional and polished.
First, you’ll need a screen recorder and video editing tool. I’d recommend using Camtasia since it lets you record your voice over your slideshow all directly inside PowerPoint.
When you install Camtasia, you’ll have the option to include a PowerPoint Add-in Toolbar. The Camtasia Add-in Toolbar allows you to start, stop, and control your recordings right from within PowerPoint — avoiding the need to switch between applications.
Just open the presentation you want to record and locate the add-in toolbar under the Add-ins tab. If you don’t see the add-in toolbar, you may need to enable it.
To do this, go to File > Options > Add-ins . Click on the Manage drop-down, select Disabled Items, then click Go. If the Camtasia Add-in is listed, select it, and click Enable .
Step 2: Customize your recording options
Now let’s walk through each of the options on the toolbar before we begin recording.
If you’re planning to record audio, here’s where you select your microphone . The microphone button controls whether or not audio is recorded as part of your presentation.
When you enable it, you’ll be able to record voice narration using a microphone.
Be sure to speak into the mic to test it, and adjust the volume slider as needed. By leaving this box checked, any system audio that comes out of your speakers will also be captured and added to the Timeline.
If you have a webcam attached to your computer, you can also record camera video during the presentation. This video clip can then be used as a Picture-in-Picture clip, perfect for showing the presenter during the presentation.
For further customization of your recording settings, click the Recording Options button. Other options include recording with a watermark, opening your recording in Camtasia when you’re finished, and selecting your video frame rate.
There are a few more options to further customize the video and audio settings but leaving everything at the default settings should work just fine.
The bottom of this window displays optional hotkeys to start, pause, and stop your PowerPoint recording. You can customize these to whatever you like, but be sure not to select hotkeys that are already being used by your system.
Click OK to close this window and save any changes made to the settings. You’re now ready to record your presentation.
Step 3: Record your presentation
Finally, click the Record button in the toolbar to launch your slides into a presentation mode and start recording.
When you exit presentation mode or reach the end of your slideshow, you can either continue recording your screen or to stop and save your file.
You can also turn any presentation into a video by importing it into Camtasia.
How to turn your PowerPoint presentation slides into a video
Another method is to create a video from your presentation is to import your PowerPoint slides into Camtasia. Then you can create your video in the editor.
Here’s how to turn your PowerPoint presentation slides into a video:
1. Import your PowerPoint slides
First, start by importing your PowerPoint slides directly into Camtasia . Once your media is imported, you can edit and enhance it by dragging your slides into the editing toolbar.
You can now add the images to the timeline, and edit them like any other media in a project.
If you drag them to the timeline, the slides are placed in the order of the presentation, each with a default 5 second duration.
With your presentation on the timeline, use ripple move to create space in between slides to fine tune the timing. To do this, hold shift, then click and drag.
How to edit a presentation video
Next, add some interest with behaviors. A behavior is an animation that brings movement to your slides, making it pop on your screen, and adding interest for your viewers. You can use Camtasia Behaviors bring parts of your presentation to life and take it from ordinary to extraordinary.
To add a behavior, click and drag the behavior you wish to use and drag it onto the slide you want to animate. Once added, you can adjust the behavior using the properties tab.
Another attention grabber you can add to your PowerPoint video is annoations. Annotations help draw special attention to important information in your presentation.
To insert an annotation, click the annotation tab on the left side of the screen and drag it into the designated slide. You can then re-position and edit the annotation in the properties tab as needed.
Add quizzes to increase engagement
If you’re making PowerPoint videos for academics or training, implementing quizzes throughout the presentation can get your audience involved, and keep them engaged in your content.
To add a quiz, click the Interactivity tab and choose Add Quiz to Timeline.
Now you have a PowerPoint video!
Now that you’ve seen how easy it is to make a PowerPoint video, it’s time to take all of your PowerPoint slides and turn them into engaging videos.
Frequently asked questions
Absolutely! There are a few different ways to record a presentation if you want it to feel professional and polished. First, you’ll need a screen recording and video editing tool. I’d recommend using Camtasia since it lets you record your voice over your slideshow all directly inside PowerPoint.
Click the Record button in the toolbar to launch your slides into a presentation mode and start recording. When you exit presentation mode or reach the end of your slideshow, you can either continue recording your screen or to stop and save your file.
If you’re planning to record audio, select your microphone in the recording options. The microphone button controls whether or not audio is recorded as part of your presentation. If you have a webcam attached to your computer, you can also record camera video during the presentation. This video clip can then be used as a Picture-in-Picture clip, perfect for showing the presenter during the presentation.
The microphone button controls whether or not audio is recorded as part of your presentation. When you enable it, you’ll be able to record voice narration using a microphone. Be sure to speak into the mic to test it, and adjust the volume slider as needed. By leaving this box checked, any system audio that comes out of your speakers will also be captured and added to the Timeline.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2018 and has since been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
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Top 2 Ways to Record a Video in Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft PowerPoint is perhaps more widely known software for making presentations. From boardrooms to classrooms, individuals share content with audiences using PowerPoint slides. With growing popularity and richer media experience demands, even PowerPoint bundles some essential features to keep up with the time.
One such example of a relevant feature in Microsoft PowerPoint is the ability to record videos. Users can choose to record their presentations and make the recordings available to those interested. If you would like to record a video using Microsoft PowerPoint, try any of the methods below:
Record a Video in PowerPoint Using the Screen Recording Feature
Microsoft PowerPoint has a screen recording feature that can be used to record a video. The video can be recorded with or without audio depending on your preference. This feature comes in handy if you need to add a demonstration to your presentation.
Check below for the steps required to record your presentation using this method:
Note: Before you begin, ensure that the speakers and microphone on your PC function properly. You also need the speakers or headphones to listen to your recording.
Step 1 : Launch Microsoft PowerPoint.
Step 2: From the Ribbon interface at the top, click on the Insert tab.
Step 3: Within the Media Group, select Screen Recording. This action launches a popup window.
Note: Once you select Screen Recording, two of the options you will see on the dialog box include Recorder Pointer and Audio Options, Microsoft PowerPoint automatically activates these. However, you can disable those options by clicking on them to switch them off.
Step 4: Click on Select Area inside the popup window to select the part of your screen that you want to record.
Note: Your cursor changes into + when you choose Select Area.
Step 5: After identifying the area you want to record, drag your cursor from the top-left to the bottom right. You will notice a dotted rectangle outlining the area that you have selected for recording. That means PowerPoint will record anything within the selected area.
Step 6: To start the recording, simply click on the Record button. The button is in the popup window and it has a red circle.
Note: There is always a three-second countdown before recording commences. You can also use the keys Windows key + Shift+ R to start a recording.
Step 7: When you are done recording your presentation, use the keys Windows key + Shift+ Q to stop a recording.
Step 8: The recording appears as a new object in your current PowerPoint slide. To save the recording, right-click on the object, select Save Media from the popup menu.
Step 9: Navigate to the location where you plan to save the recording in the next dialog box. Enter the name of the file, then click on Save.
Note: The default file type for every recorded video is MP4.
With the steps above, you should now have your Microsoft PowerPoint recording and you can manipulate it as you please.
Record a Video in PowerPoint Using Record Slide Show
While the Screen Recording feature on PowerPoint allows users to record anything on their PC, the Record Slide Show feature only records the presentation. This feature is useful when you need to include narrations for your presentation. Here’s how it works:
Step 1: Launch Microsoft PowerPoint.
Step 2: From the ribbon at the top, click on the Slide Show tab.
Step 3: From the Set Up group, select the Record Slide Show option.
Note: You can choose to either Record from your Current Slide or Record from the Beginning of the presentation.
Step 4: A new dialog box should open featuring your presentation and other menu options. Select Record in the top-left corner to begin recording your presentation.
You can access the microphone settings option from the top-right corner.
Adding Fun Effects to Your PowerPoint With Animations
By recording a demo or including narration in your PowerPoint, users are in a better position to understand any information you try to convey. Another way to make sure your audience follows your PowerPoint Presentation closely is by adding fun effects such as animations .
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How To Video Record Yourself Presenting A PowerPoint (with 4 Pro Tips)
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An estimated 35 million PowerPoint presentations are given every single day . From corporate boardrooms to high school classrooms, a PowerPoint presentation is among the most popular mediums for sharing content that can engage your viewers and help them get a better understanding of various concepts.
Due to convenience, more and more people now prefer online courses over the traditional, offline mode of learning. Online course providers might need to stream or record their lectures into videos so that their students can watch them on their own time. In the absence of a blackboard, an online PowerPoint presentation is a much better alternative for creating online courses and lessons.
Why Should Course Creators Video Record Themselves When Presenting a Slide Show?
In many cases, a screen recording showing PowerPoint slides on their own just doesn’t do enough to convey the information well. Hence, many course creators have tried the following:
- Recorded narration over the PowerPoint slides.
- Used a screen recorder to capture slides and voice-over.
- Use an online chat tool to record the slides as they are being presented.
Although these methods are a step above the plain and regular PowerPoint presentation, they are not able to engage viewers as completely as a course creator presenting in front of them would. The most effective type of PowerPoint presentation is one where the learners are shown both the slide show as well as the presenter.
Because of the face-to-face contact and body language, learners feel more like they are in an actual classroom. This will help them remain focused on the topic, improve comprehension, and make them retain the subject matter for a longer period.
Hence, when it comes to class lectures, online skill-sharing, and organizational training, using PowerPoint presentations in conjunction with video is the best way to share information.
Here are some reasons course creators prefer a PowerPoint presentation where you record yourself presenting the slide show rather than lifeless slides:
Greater Power of Persuasions:
Video presentations have higher persuasion ability through video-audio communication and involve the sight, sounds, and emotions that trigger engagement.
According to statistics, viewers retain approximately 95% of the message when watching a video recording as compared to just 10% when viewing only text.
Available at Your Fingertips:
About 75% of all audio and video are played on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. This means accessing and viewing videos are now easier than ever. This provides course creators a big opportunity to ensure more and more people watch their content.
Video presentations allow course creators to break big blocks of information into bite-sized pieces. This makes it easier for the learners to process the information.
Overview: Steps to Create Video PowerPoint Presentations
Almost everyone who has ever used a computer has a basic idea of how a PowerPoint presentation works. Initially, the slide show was created for overhead projector transparencies, which was the most favored medium for many instructors before video projectors.
However, thanks to advancements in digital technology, creators can now enjoy various interactive elements like animated transitions in between slides and audio and video embeds in their presentation to make it more engrossing.
Creating PowerPoint Slides
Every PowerPoint presentation starts with the same basic template. Your slides can be fully customizable or you can choose from pre-made templates to expedite the design process of the slides.
To make a simple PowerPoint presentation, you need to add text, bullet points, and images. You can use the standard layout or select the content themes from the top ribbon.
PowerPoint now also comes with a gallery of stock images. In addition, the application also recommends design ideas based on your layout so that your slide looks more professional. This is a useful feature if you do not have a lot of time customizing the slide design.
Once you are satisfied with the general look of your slides, you will need to add the audio and video content to the presentation. You can then export the entire presentation and share it with your learners.
Recording Audio on PowerPoint
Do you know that PowerPoint software itself allows you to record your audio onto the presentation? This summary you a quick run-down of how to use this feature.
Before you start the audio recording, it is a good idea to use the “Rehearse Timings” option to see how your script fits your slides. This will open up a test screen, which will show how long you played the slide show and how much time you took on a single slide.
You can use the “Pause” and “Reset” buttons to make changes and use the “Notes” section to document the changes you made to your script.
To add your voice recording, go to the “Slide Show” tab on the top ribbon. Go to the “Record Slide Show” option and start recording the audio. You can also use the audio on and off toggle video options at the top of the record screen to record only the audio.
Although you can record your audio through the built-in microphone on your laptop or phone, it is a good idea to invest in a good-quality mic for better quality audio.
PowerPoint allows you to record the full slide show in a single take. You can also click through the slides to trigger the added animations or to make progress through the presentation.
Once you are done, you should review the recording, which will be saved on a slide-by-slide basis, so you do not need to record the presentation again to fix any errors.
PowerPoint audio is not recorded during slide transition, so make sure you finish speaking before you skip to the next slide to avoid cutting off your conversation.
Creating a Video of Yourself
To add yourself to the PowerPoint presentation, switch on the video option located on the Record Slide Show screen. By default, PowerPoint will show the video picked by your camera at the bottom right of the presentation during the recording.
Once your video has been recorded, you should return to the editing screen. You will find your video recording shown at the bottom right of the slide.
Resizing and Repositioning the Clip:
You can drag your recording from the default place to anywhere on the slide. You can also blow it up to fit the slide frame or remove the recording by selecting it and pressing the delete option.
Making Video Presentations with a Screen Recorder
Although PowerPoint presentations allow you to make a perfectly good screen recording, you can also find a lot of powerful and robust third-party tools that can take your video presentation to the next level. Making your video presentation appear more professional and sleek will help you stand out from the crowd and will help you establish trust and authority with your learners.
Screen recorders or screencasting software offers a more comprehensive range of editing and post-production options, including closed captioning , professional transitions, and the ability to add interactive elements. They also come with an added bonus of directly sharing your online lesson to video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo and allow you to save your presentation in alternative formats, including .mpeg2, .avi, and .mov.
Let’s take a look at how you can video record a PowerPoint presentation with Camtasia .
Using Camtasia to Record PowerPoint Presentations
Camtasia is an industry leader in video editing and screen recording. The software allows you to capture videos via your webcam, add sound effects from the royalty-free music library, record sections from your screen, capture content from iPhone, integrate animations, set up customized video themes, add device themes, and allow course creators to benefit from a whole lot of other features.
If you have Camtasia on your computer, you can import your PowerPoint slides into the software and edit them through Camtasia . Just click on the “Import Media” option and select your PowerPoint file. This will turn your slides into PNG format. PNG files are not editable so you will not be able to change the content in your slide, it will give you better control over the presentation design and style since you will be able to adjust your slides to fit in with your video and audio overlay easily.
For online course creators, Camtasia offers real benefits since it allows you to export your finished file as a SCORM package. This means it can be downloaded to any SCORM-compliant LMS and will enable the LMS to track learning activities, like quiz performances and time spent on a course.
This is not possible if you are making your presentation using only PowerPoint software.
Recording the Screen
To start the screen recording, you need to click the “Record” button at the top of the toolbar. This will open up the Camtasia recorder which is default set to capture everything that is happening on your screen.
You can either choose to record the full screen or click on the arrow to “select area to record.” You can also choose to record other elements on the screen, including the webcam, mic audio, and system audio. Click on the down arrow button or the double arrows next to the options to choose a specific webcam (if you have one) or mic. This way you can record yourself presenting a PowerPoint. Click on the “Start Recording” button to begin.
Record Yourself Presenting the PowerPoint Presentation
As mentioned, you can use the tools within Camtasia to record your screen which consists of your PowerPoint slides. Then you can use the recorder to choose a specific webcam. However, you can also use a different device to record yourself presenting a PowerPoint.
For instance, if you have a video camera or a Smartphone, you can set that up to record yourself as you go through the presentation. Then you can import that video file into Camtasia later on.
Depending on whether you are using Windows or Mac computers, you will need to follow slightly different to finish recording on Camtasia. If you use Windows, click the Camtasia recorder icon located on the taskbar and press the “Stop” button. To re-record, delete the recording and then start over. Alternatively, you can also press “F9” to pause and resume the recording and “F10” to stop the recording.
If you use a Mac, click the Camtasia icon on the Apple menu bar and press the “Stop Recording” button. To re-record, click on the “Start Over” button. Alternatively, you can also press “CMD+SHIFT+2” to pause or resume a recording, and “CMD+OPTION+2” to stop a recording.
Import the Audio and Video into Your Camtasia Project
Camtasia works with projects. Once you’re done with your presentation recording and you end the recording, a new project should open. You’ll want to import any additional audio and video into that project.
That means if you recorded yourself separately on your Smartphone, you’ll need to upload that to the project. Then you can organize both your Camtasia recording and the video of you presenting a PowerPoint on the timeline.
Trimming the Video
To remove the extra content that is often found at the start of a video, drag the end of the clip “in” on the timeline. If you remove too much material from the recording, drag it back out to restore the video. A great thing about this is that any edits you make on the timeline will not change the original recording saved in the media bin.
Cutting Out the Video
To cut out a certain section on the video, drag the red or green handle on the video playhead to select a specific area on the timeline. Then, click on the “Cut” button to remove that section. The program will add a stitched line on the timeline to show where the cut was made. In addition, if you want to bring the playhead together, double-click on the playhead.
Adding Titles and Annotations
Make your video more professional by adding titles, annotations, and effects to the content. You can easily add an annotation by clicking and dragging the relevant option from the tool panels to your video timeline or the canvas.
Double click the annotation to change the test. You can change the background color, font, and other elements in the properties panel. To change the position, rotation, and size of the annotation, click and drag the handles.
Camtasia also offers you “Shapes” and “Blur” options as effects you can add to your Powerpoint presentation. You can add a shape by clicking and dragging one from the tool panel to the timeline or the canvas. If you want to hide sensitive or copyright information, use the “Blur” option. In addition, you can also adjust the size, position, and intensity of the blur in the properties panel.
Exporting the Video:
Click on the “Export” button to see all the export options that Camtasia provides. The first option downloads the video file on the computer. Other options allow you to upload your file to web services. This requires you to sign in to an account. You can then invite your learners to review the video presentation.
Using a Zipped Project
You should export your file in zip format. This way, all the original media used in the video presentation will be placed in one file. This allows you convenient access to all files in the project. To zip your files, go to “File” and select “Import Zipped Project.” This will import the zipped files into a new project.
Pro Tips for Making Better Video PowerPoint Presentations
To make your PowerPoint videos even better, you should consider the following tips:
1. Make it Short, Sweet, and Simple:
Your video clips should just be long enough to captivate your audience, not bore them to tears. Depending on what course you are offering, the length of your video will vary. However, make sure you do some research to find out how long is too long for your students.
2. Focus on the Point:
Before starting on the core subject, make sure you inform your learners about the goals and objectives of the course. Once you start the presentation, do not deviate from the core message. Your text, audio, and graphics should all be relevant to the subject matter. They should not detract your learners from your main lesson.
3. Know Your Audience:
The tone of your PowerPoint video presentation should match the content of your course. For example, if you are offering a makeup tutorial, your words should be simple. If, however, you are teaching an advanced course on physics or engineering, your language will be technical since your course covers a technical topic.
4. Adding Engagement:
You can turn up the engagement of your videos by adding more interesting elements to the content. For example, you can add YouTube videos, music, and interactive quizzes to ensure your course has the learner’s full attention.
A Meaningful Ending:
When ending your presentation, make sure you leave your learners with a resource that they can take away from the lesson. It could be a simple link to your website, a short ebook as a freebie, or just a few links. This provides a lot of value and creates a lasting impression on your customers.
Frequently Asked Questions on Recording Video
How can i record video online.
There are a few different ways to record videos online. One option is to use a screen-recording program like Camtasia or Snagit. These programs allow you to record your screen and create professional-looking videos.
Another option is to use a webcam to record yourself. This is a good option if you want to record a tutorial or how-to video.
Finally, you can use your smartphone. This is a good option if you’re recording something impromptu or if you want to record video in a format that’s easy to share online.
How can I record video for free?
One free option for recording video is to use a smartphone or tablet. Most devices come with a built-in camera, and there are also many apps available that can be used for recording video. If you already have a smartphone, then you may not need anything else to start recording for free.
How can I record audio and video online?
There are a few different ways you can record audio and video online. One option is to use a screen recording program like Screencast-O-Matic, Camtasia, or Snagit. These programs allow you to record your screen, along with any audio coming in through a microphone. You can then save the recording as a video file and share it online.
Another option is to use a webcam. Most computers come with a built-in webcam, or you can purchase an external webcam that plugs into your computer’s USB port.
Once you have a webcam set up, you can use it to record video by using a program like Skype or Zoom. You can set a webcam up to record audio through a microphone (if you want higher quality audio).
You can record audio separately (or with your video) by using a program like Audacity, Camtasia, or GarageBand. Once you’ve recorded your audio or video, you can save it as a .MPG file and share it online.
What is the best free online video recorder?
There are a number of free online video recorders available. These mostly cater to people using webcams and include Movavi’s Webcam Recorder , Webcamera.io , and Screen Capture .
While you’re looking for the best free online video recorder, consider the following factors:
- Ease of use: Look for a recorder with a user-friendly interface that won’t take hours to learn.
- Quality: The video recorder should produce high-quality recordings. Look for a recorder that offers various quality settings so you can adjust them according to your needs.
- File format: Look for a recorder that can export to different file formats so you can view your recordings on any device.
- Storage: Look for a recorder that offers cloud storage or that can save recordings directly to your hard drive.
How can I record my screen with audio online?
The first thing you’ll need to do is choose a screen recorder or screencast software. There are many options available, but some of the most popular include Screencast-O-Matic, Snagit, and Camtasia .
Nearly all screen recorders will connect up to an external microphone (if you have one) which will make the voice-over higher quality than using the built-in mic on your device.
Once you’ve selected a screen recorder, simply follow the instructions to record your screen. Often, it’s as simple as pressing a ‘record’ button!
Typically, you can record both your screen and your voice-over at the same time. When you’re finished, save your recording and share it online.
PowerPoint presentations have come a long way from simple bullet points and stock images. Now, you can benefit from a plethora of impressive designing and editing options that allow you to create even more engaging and informative content for your online courses, tutorials, or webinars. In addition, there are plenty of tools available that allow you to record these presentations so that they are accessed and viewed anywhere, at any time.
Making excellent video PowerPoint presentations is now more important than ever. There is an increasing number of reasons to believe that more and more courses, classes, conferences, and events will be hosted through virtual content in the future.
As video presentations grow in popularity, learners will demand a higher quality of content. Hence, it is now more important than ever to produce sleek, professional quality, captivating PowerPoint presentations to establish yourself as an industry leader in the world of online courses.
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How to create a PowerPoint Recording?
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Hit the “Export” button in the top right side of the screen and choose “Video” from the “Format” dropdown options. Flixier will automatically generate your PPT recording in the MP4 format, so you can download and save it on your machine or share it further.
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Frequently asked questions.
Yes, Microsoft’s PowerPoint allows you to record your presentation both visually and the audio. However, since the interface has limitations, it’s best to use Flixier as a presentation recorder to benefit from editing features and to directly record your screen and webcam with your preferred layout.
While PowerPoint allows you to record audio, this cannot be done during the presentation, as you would need to toggle between the interface and slides and this does not equal a pleasant viewing experience. Try using Flixier to seamlessly showcase your presentation and record audio at the same time, without any inconvenience for the audience.
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Sharing slides as a Virtual Background
While you can share PowerPoint presentations or share Keynote presentations in meetings, you can also share your presentation as a Virtual Background for an immersive sharing experience. Sharing your slides as a Virtual Background allows your participants to view your video imposed directly on the screen share. It also allows you to manage your presentation directly from within the Zoom meeting controls.
Note : Sound, transitions, or animations embedded in slides are not supported.
If the presenter records the meeting locally , the recording will also have the video embedded on top of the slides. If the host or another participant records the meeting locally, they must be on at least 5.2.0 or higher for the video to be embedded on the slides. If they are on any version older than 5.2.0 or record to the cloud , the recording will record the slides and video as a normal screen share recording.
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Sharing a presentation as your background
Changing slides, changing video size and position, remove your video from slides, prerequisites, presenter requirements.
- Windows: 5.2.0 (42619.0804) or higher
- macOS: 5.2.0 (42634.0805) ] or higher
- System meets the requirements for Virtual Background
- PowerPoint or Keynote (macOS only) installed locally
- Windows: 5.2.0 (42619.0804) or higher
- macOS: 5.2.0 (42634.0805) or higher
- Linux: 5.2.0 (440215.0803) or higher
- Android: 5.2.0 (42588.0803) or higher
- iOS: 5.2.0 or higher
Note : If a participant is on a version lower than what is stated above or joining from the Web client, a Zoom Room, or 3rd party endpoint, they will view the slides as a normal screen share, and the presenter's video will not be imposed over the slides.
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Managing slides and video
To reposition or change the size of your video:
- Click Resize My Video .
If you want to stop imposing your video on top of the slides and have it sent as a separate video feed:
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How to Video Record Yourself Presenting a PowerPoint (Step-by-Step)
Are you aiming to create impactful presentations? Discover the ultimate guide to recording yourself while presenting PowerPoint slides. Uncover solutions to common challenges and unlock the potential of captivating video presentations.
#1. How to Video Record Yourself Presenting in Microsoft PowerPoint
Here are the steps on how to video record yourself presenting in Microsoft PowerPoint:
Before recording, make sure your webcam and microphone are properly connected and configured. Clear audio and video quality are crucial for a professional presentation video.
Step 1. Open the PowerPoint presentation that you want to record.
Step 2. Go to the Slide Show tab and click on Record Slide Show.
Step 3. In the Record Slide Show dialog box, select the Record Narration option.
Step 4. If you want to record your webcam video, make sure that your webcam is connected and selected in the Record Audio and Video section.
Step 5. Click on the Record button to start recording.
Step 6. Present your PowerPoint presentation as you normally would. Your narration and webcam video will be recorded.
Step 7. When you are finished presenting, click on the Stop button.
Step 8. Your PowerPoint presentation will be saved as a video file.
Whether you're a student, professional, or educator, recording yourself presenting in PowerPoint opens up new possibilities for sharing your ideas, lessons, or insights with a broader audience. Get ready to engage and captivate your viewers with compelling video presentations.
#2. How to Record Yourself Presenting in WPS Presentation
WPS Presentation is a free and open-source presentation software that is compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint. It offers many of the same features as PowerPoint, including the ability to create and edit presentations, insert images, videos, and tables, and give presentations.
Advantages of WPS Presentation
Free to download and use. WPS Presentation is completely free to download and use, even for commercial purposes.
Compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint. WPS Presentation can open and save PowerPoint presentations, making it easy to share your presentations with others.
Packed with features. WPS Presentation offers many of the same features as PowerPoint, including the ability to create and edit presentations, insert images, videos, and tables, and give presentations.
Easy to use. WPS Presentation is easy to use, even for beginners.
How to Record Yourself Presenting in WPS Presentation
To record yourself presenting in WPS Presentation, you will need to use the screen recorder function.
Step 1. Open the WPS Presentation presentation that you want to record.
Step 2. Go to the Tools tab and click on Screen Recorder.
Step 3. A selection box will appear. Choose the area of your screen you want to record by clicking and dragging.
Step 4. If you want to record your webcam video, click on the Webcam button and select your webcam.
Step 6. Present your WPS Presentation presentation as you normally would. Your screen and webcam video will be recorded.
Step 8. Your WPS Presentation presentation will be saved as a video file.
Note: The webcam function in WPS Presentation is paid, but the price is fair and users will also unlock many practical and useful functions in terms of video editing and in all WPS Office software.
Here are some additional tips for recording yourself presenting in WPS Presentation:
Practice your presentation ahead of time so that you are comfortable with the content and flow of your presentation.
Make sure that your WPS Presentation presentation is well-designed and easy to follow.
Dress professionally for your video recording.
Speak clearly and slowly so that your viewers can understand you.
Make eye contact with the camera as you present.
Use gestures and facial expressions to engage your viewers.
#3. How to Turn Your PowerPoint into a Video in WPS Presentation
Here are the steps on how to turn your PowerPoint into a video in WPS Presentation:
Step 1. Open the WPS Presentation presentation that you want to convert to a video.
Step 2. Go to the Tools tab and click on Video Exporting.
Step 3. In the Video Exporting dialog box, select the Convert to Video option.
Step 4. In the Video Format drop-down list, select the video format that you want to export your presentation to.
Step 5. In the Frame Rate drop-down list, select the frame rate that you want to use for your video.
Step 6. In the Video Quality drop-down list, select the video quality that you want to use for your video.
Step 7. Click on the Save button to start converting your presentation to a video.
Step 8. Your presentation will be converted to a video and saved in the location that you specified.
Elevate your presentations by adding a visual dimension that captures the attention of your audience. Transform static slides into dynamic video content, allowing you to convey your message in a more impactful and memorable way. WPS Presentation empowers you to create videos that stand out and leave a lasting impression.
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1. How Do I Add Speaker Notes to My PowerPoint Presentation?
Step 1. Open PowerPoint: Launch PowerPoint and open your presentation.
Step 2. Access Notes: Go to the bottom of the window and click "Click to add notes" in the Notes Pane.
Step 3. Enter Notes: Type your key points, reminders, or explanations in the Notes Pane.
Step 4. Format: Use formatting options like bold and bullet points to make notes clear.
Step 5. Move to Next Slide: As you move to the next slide, notes switch automatically.
Step 6. During Presentation: Use Presenter View to see notes while showing slides.
Step 7. Practice: Rehearse using notes for smooth delivery.
Step 8. Edit as Needed: Modify notes for clarity and detail.
Enhance your presentations with speaker notes for confident and engaging delivery.
2. Can I Record Audio in PowerPoint and Export It as an MP4?
Yes, you can record audio in PowerPoint and export it as an MP4:
Step 1. Record: Insert audio on a slide, record your narration.
Step 2. Place: Drag audio icon to where you want on slide.
Step 3. Set Timing: Adjust when audio plays (auto/on click).
Step 4. Export: Go to "File," choose "Export," create a video (MP4).
Result: Engaging presentations with synced audio, saved as MP4 video.
3. How to Add PowerPoint Presentation Video Background?
Step 1. Open Presentation: Launch PowerPoint.
Step 2. Insert Video: Go to "Insert" > "Video" > "Video on My PC."
Step 3. Choose File: Select your video (MP4 format recommended).
Step 4. Adjust Size: Resize to cover slide.
Step 5. Play in Background: "Playback" > "Play in Background."
Step 6. Enhance Presentation: Create dynamic and engaging visuals.
Result: Captivating video background in your PowerPoint presentation.
This article offers essential insights into optimizing your presentations with WPS Office. It guides you through recording engaging PowerPoint talks, converting presentations into videos using WPS Presentation, and enhancing your delivery with speaker notes and audio recordings. Master these techniques to captivate your audience and emphasize the power of WPS Office in creating impactful presentations.
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