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Take a Screen Recording video with PowerPoint

Record your screen in PowerPoint

Record from your computer screen and insert the recording into PowerPoint

  1. Open the slide where you want to place the screen recording.
  2. On the Insert  tab  of the ribbon  , select Screen Recording .Screen Recording button on the Recording tab in PowerPoint 2016
  3. Click Select Area in the Control Dock  (Windows logo key + Shift + A) or press the Windows logo key + Shift + F if you want to select the entire screen for recording.Select Area(The Windows logo key + Shift + F keyboard shortcut is only available if you have a Click-to-Run  installation of Office 2016;  MSI-based  installations do not. Additionally, the minimum required version of Office for the shortcut is 16.0.7571.2072.)The smallest area you can save is 64 x 64 pixels.

    cruciform cursor If you have selected an area, you will see the cruciform cursor  . Click and drag to select the area of ​​the screen you want to record. (If you have already made a screen recording in your current PowerPoint session, your previous selection of area will be displayed on the screen. If this selected area is available, you can continue recording, otherwise you can click Select Area to start over  .)

    Tip:    PowerPoint automatically records audio and mouse pointer, so these options are selected by default in the Control Dock. Deselect the Audio  (Windows logo key + Shift + U) and  Record Pointer  (Windows logo key + Shift + O) options to turn them off  .

  4. Click Record (Windows logo key + Shift + R).Tip:    Unless you pin the Control Dock to the screen, it will slide towards the top edge as you record. Move the mouse cursor to the top of the screen to make the Unpinned Control Dock appear again.
  5. To check your enrollment:
    • Click Pause (Windows logo key + Shift + R) to temporarily stop the  recording.
    • Click Record (Windows logo key + Shift + R) to continue recording  .
    • Click Stop (Windows logo key + Shift + Q) (shown below) to end the recording  .Control Dock while recording
  6. When you’re done recording, save your presentation:  File  >  Save . The recording is attached to the slide you selected in step 2.To save the recording as a separate file on your computer, right-click the image representing the recording on the slide and  select Save Media As . In the Save Media As  dialog box, specify a filename and folder location, and then  click Save .

Save your screen recording as a separate file from PowerPoint

If you’re using PowerPoint 2013, make sure you’ve installed all necessary updates before trying to save your screen recording as a separate file:

After the correct updates are installed, you can save the video file. To do this:

  1. Right-click the video frame and click  Save Media As .Right click on the video frameTip:    Make sure you have enough space on your disk to save the video file. Otherwise, you’ll need to free up disk space and try again.
  2. In the Save Media As  box, select a folder and  type a name in the File name  box.
  3. Click Save .

Set your video’s ‘Start’ settings

Right-click the video frame, click  Start , and choose how you want your video to start in your presentation: automatically, when a slide appears, or when you click the mouse.

Setting your 'Startup' settings

Trimming your video

  1. Right-click the video frame and click  Crop .crop button
  2. To specify where to trim your video part, in the  Trim Video  box,  click Play .
  3. Click Pause when you reach the point you want to cut  .Tip: Use the Next Frame  and  Previous Frame  buttons    to set precise timing  .
  4. Do one or more of the following:
    • Click on the starting point (indicated by the green marker in the image below) to trim the beginning of the clip. When you see the double-headed arrow, drag the arrow to the desired starting point in the video.Trimming your video
    • Click on the end point (indicated by the red marker in the image above) to trim the end of the clip. When you see the double-headed arrow, drag the arrow to the desired end point in the video.
  5. Click OK .

Apply a style to a video frame

Right-click the video frame, click  Style and choose the style you want.

 

 

Choose video frame style

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