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  • Inserting a video into Google slides is a great way to engage your audience, and it is simple to add them to any presentation.

  • First, go to the slide where you want to insert the video looking at the top toolbar, Go to insert, then click video from the drop down menu.

  • A window pops up that gives you options to insert a video.

  • If you already have a YouTube Ural, the by your oral option lets you paste it to insert that specific video search allows you to find a video from YouTube.

  • Start by typing what you are looking for into the search bar, then press enter.

  • Once you find the video that you want, click it, then the select button.

  • The video appears on the slide.

  • Since this video is the focus of the presentation, let's resize it to fill the whole screen.

  • Let me first zoom out to zoom out, click on the drop down arrow next to the magnifying glass Select, Zoom out from the list were going to use the click and drag method as well as the resizing handles.

  • To get the video to fill the slide.

  • It may take a few tries the line up the video, and that's okay.

  • I suggest using the alignment lines as a guide.

  • The goal is to make the video look the way you want it on the slide.

  • Once done with re sizing the format options, pain on the right side gives the presenter options toe.

  • Have the video work best for their presentation?

  • Also, if you closed out of the format options pain, select the video, then click on format options on the toolbar.

  • The pain appears on the right hand side of the screen.

  • Navigate to video playback.

  • If you only want a portion of the video, you can change the start at and end at times.

  • Click the auto play when presenting check box toe.

  • Have the video automatically play when the presentation goes to that slide.

  • If you want to talk over the video, click the mu audio check box to silence the sound.

  • Next, go to the drop down arrow next to present select present from the beginning, click the right air key on your keyboard to go forward in the presentation.

  • As you can see, the video plays automatically when you get to that particular slide, and it starts at the time that was set in format options.

  • To pause the video, click the mouse to exit the presentation.

  • Press the escape key on your keyboard.

  • If the video you want to insert is on your hard drive, the process will be a little different.

  • You'll first need to open your Google drive, locate the file on your computer, then simply click drag and drop it.

  • And to the Google drive window, the video will upload it into your Google drive.

  • Now that the file is uploaded to your Google drive, all you have to do is go to insert, then click video from the drop down menu.

  • Select the Google Drive option.

  • Then you can access your file there.

  • Inserting a video is a great way to explain or add relevant information within your Google science presentation.

Inserting a video into Google slides is a great way to engage your audience, and it is simple to add them to any presentation.

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Google Slides: Inserting and Editing Videos

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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