Add your own digital files</li></ul>This will make your PowerPoint presentations unique, personal and effective<br />After you are done with the PowerPoint presentation you may convert it to movie maker<br />
Steps cont.<br /><ul><li>Choose "save as" in your PowerPoint file to save all your slides as jpegs. This will save them in a folder with the same name as your original PowerPoint file.
If you want to add transitions, click view transitions under edit movie and drag the transition of your choice to the transition block between the slides.
Now switch to the timeline view. Click on a jpeg (slide) then put your mouse on the right edge.
Drag the jpegs (slides) in the correct order to add them to the storyboard. </li></li></ul><li>Movie maker<br />
Steps cont.<br /><ul><li>The arrow will turn into a red horizontal left/right arrow. Drag to the right to increase the amount of time the image is shown in the movie. You can see the length of time the slide will be displayed.
import your audio. This can be music or your voice that you recorded and edited in Audacity.
Right click on it and choose add to timeline. Now choose "save project" from the file menu. This saves the file so that you can open or edit it later on. </li></li></ul><li>Steps cont.<br />Next choose "save movie file" from the file menu. Leave the default "save your movie for playback on your computer". Again, leave the default "best quality"..<br />
Now you can play the movie in Windows Media Player.<br />
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A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.