YouTube has now become the number one place on the Internet to find interesting news clips and videos, and many of us upload our own videos for the world to see.
The YouTube site sprang from nothingness only 2 years ago in 2005 and is now one of the world’s largest web sites. This success demonstrates the value of video content to today’s media-saturated audiences.
Ever thought of importing videos you’ve created or seen on YouTube into a PowerPoint presentation?
Getting a video relevant to your subject could really help get your point over in your presentation, or it could add that little bit of extra interest that gives you the edge.
So can it be done? Yes.
We found a great little video tutorial from YouTube itself member reponzo01, that goes through the whole process in great detail.
Remember to use only videos you have permission to use, if in doubt contact the originator of the video content and ask.
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That’s great ! and We can think about uploading our PowerPoint slides to YouTube
Thanks for posting those resources
Great! Only, I found this a little bit too late. But I will definitely keep this in mind next time I make a presentation that would benefit from a video. Thanks.
Yep the tutorial works. Was asked to do this in a training session only the other day.