Thursday, February 28, 2013
Inserting YouTube videos into PowerPoint and Prezi
1. PowerPoint: In order to insert a video into powerpoint, it needs to be in the .wmv file format. To convert a youtube video into a wmv file is not smooth. Therefore, we are going to avoid any type of conversion and instead add a "plug-in" right to our powerpoint software. With this plug-in, all you need is the youtube url (the www.youtube.com/slkdoielskjlkfjlkjd part) and it will be inserted.
**Use this link to get the plug-in: http://skp.mvps.org/youtube.htm
**You want to select the "For PowerPoint 2007/2010" click the "click here" This will download a zip file. Simply open the zip file and double click on the icon "youtubevideo2k7" This will open and start installing the plug-in. You must select "Enable macros." You do not need Curt to download anything for this step. Once it finishes, go to your powerpoint project and in the "insert" tab, there should be a "youtube video" option at the end of the row.
**Once you have the youtube plug in, simply click it and it will walk you through the insertion process. Again, all you need is the YouTube URL and it will be inserted directly into your slide.
*The plug-in does go away if you close powerpoint, so until this issue is resolved, put the zip file somewhere easy to find.
2. Prezi: Prezi is much easier than powerpoint. When you are working on your prezi project, simply click the "insert" option at the top, middle. One of the options is "youtube video" so select that and then simply copy and paste the YouTube URL that you want to use. That's it!
Any questions, let me know!
Posted by Mr. Klumper at 9:28 AM
Labels: how-to, powerpoint, prezi, video, youtube
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