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Slidecast 101                1
What is Slidecasting?A Slidecast is an animated presentation video withsynchronized voice narration              MP3 Audio...
StepsUpload a presentation or use an existing one                                               3
Steps                   Click on the Edit / Delete                   link of the uploaded                   presentationCl...
Upload Audio File                              Upload the mp3 file                              directly to SlideShareUplo...
Synchronization ToolLeave the audio unsynchronized or distribute theaudio equally for every slide                         ...
Synchronization Tool – Edit your audio• Begin by clicking on the first slide• Drag the blue edit marker to where you would...
Synchronization Tool – Edit your audio• A flag labeled "slide 1 end" will follow the marker where you drag  it so you can ...
Synchronization Tool• Green check mark indicates synchronized slides                                                   9
Synchronization Tool• Save and Publish your work                                    10
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  1. 1. Slidecast 101 1
  2. 2. What is Slidecasting?A Slidecast is an animated presentation video withsynchronized voice narration MP3 Audio File 2
  3. 3. StepsUpload a presentation or use an existing one 3
  4. 4. Steps Click on the Edit / Delete link of the uploaded presentationClick on CreateSlidecast and 1then Upload mp3file 2 4
  5. 5. Upload Audio File Upload the mp3 file directly to SlideShareUpload a mp3file from the web 5
  6. 6. Synchronization ToolLeave the audio unsynchronized or distribute theaudio equally for every slide 6
  7. 7. Synchronization Tool – Edit your audio• Begin by clicking on the first slide• Drag the blue edit marker to where you would like the audio to end for that slide• The red dot indicates which slide you are currently working on 7
  8. 8. Synchronization Tool – Edit your audio• A flag labeled "slide 1 end" will follow the marker where you drag it so you can keep track of the start and end points for all your slides 8
  9. 9. Synchronization Tool• Green check mark indicates synchronized slides 9
  10. 10. Synchronization Tool• Save and Publish your work 10

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