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I’ve just purchased my version of Powerpoint 2011 for Mac, so this article will continue to be a work in progress....
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It a common issue with Powerpoint: you want to play a video inside your presentation. No sweat, simply 'Insert' > 'Movie' > 'Movie from File', and lo and behold you have a movie playing from within Powerpoint. Well, assuming it’s...
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If you have a Mac at your conference or event and need a quick recording solution, consider QuickTime. To ensure that the recording is the best quality possible, there are a few extra steps you should take before hitting ‘record’....
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UPDATE: Since meeting with Benoit Lamy at Analog Way I’ve been shown that it is possible to avoid this problem, without additional external devices. As of firmware version 5, it is possible to disable HDCP individually on each digital input...
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Jan Schultink, the blogger behind Slides that Stick er… Sticky Slides has a very short post showing how Powerpoint can be told to play multimedia that might normally choke it. It’s mostly pictures, but here’s a written summary for reference:...
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<This article is still in progress>...
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You decide to take the plunge and embed a sales video into your Powerpoint presentation. It looks good, and plays well on your own computer at work, but when you get to the conference to test it, you see nothing...
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Need to run a sponsor loop for a reception, but also need a specific slide or two during some brief remarks? You can do both from within the same presentation. No jumping to the desktop!...
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If you’ve sat through many Powerpoint presentations recently, you’ll have noticed they are more multimedia than ever before. Embedded movies, youtube links, audio files… they can liven up a presentation, but also require more preparation for both the presenter and...
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An insightful overview of teleprompter tips, sightings during the US presidential primaries can be seen here, at Garr Reynold’s site, Presentation Zen. Teleprompters allow for speakers to present without the apparent use of notes. Keep in mind however, that there...
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