Saving as a video file

Modified on Mon, 13 Jul 2020 at 09:08 PM

  • Click on the File tab.

File tab menu

  • Click Export.

Select Export

  • Click Create a Video.

Select Create a Video

  • Select the video quality you want from the first dropdown menu. Note: Higher quality videos will result in larger file sizes. The following is a revised table from Microsoft Office that shows the quality options.

The video qualities

Select desired quality video

  • Choose whether you will use narration and recorded timings under the second dropdown menu.

Use narration and recorded timings options

  • The default timing is 5 seconds per slide. Click the up or down arrow in the Seconds Spent on Each Slide box to adjust this.

Set the up or down arrow in the Seconds Spent on Each Slide box to adjust timings

  • Click Create Video.
  • In pop-up, create a file name.
  • In the Save as type menu, select MPEG-4 Video or Windows Media Video.
  • Click Save.

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