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PowerPoint Fusion Series II - Video Structure Creation

Dragos Stefanescu, TeacHack Founder - Teaching 1000s Online

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10 Lessons (36m)
    • 1. Introduction To This Course

      1:42
    • 2. The Very First Step: Choosing The Right Slides

      3:53
    • 3. Everything You Need To Know About Objects

      2:56
    • 4. Manipulating objects

      5:43
    • 5. Beginners Guide: Animations

      5:36
    • 6. Advanced Animations & Motions

      7:11
    • 7. How To Master Transitions

      2:50
    • 8. Giving Your Slides An Audio Twist

      2:09
    • 9. One Cool Feature To Transform Your Mouse Pointer

      1:44
    • 10. How To Export Your Presentation As A Video

      2:00

About This Class

The Importance Of PowerPoint 

Presentations have become an essential tool in our daily lives. Whether you're aware of it or not, every conversation is a sales pitch. It's extremely important to know how to present information in a structured visual way. This course series will give you the exact tools to create amazing presentations, use Excel to input data and create awesome PowerPoint videos with the help of Camtasia. 

Why This Course Is A Must

Over 4,000 students have taken my 2 PowerPoint classes online. The courses appeal particularly because:

  • They have a constant increase in difficulty
  • They feature step-by-step guides and are extremely hands-on
  • The quality of production is top notch 

What You Will Learn In This Course

We're going to cover the video structure creation using PowerPoint. By the end of the course you will know how to:

  • Use stunning PowerPoint templates that make your life easier
  • Insert & Manipulate objects in PowerPoint
  • Master animations, motions and transitions
  • Add audio to your slides, modify your cursor or save your presentation as a video

 Enroll now and let's start building your PowerPoint journey together!

Transcripts

1. Introduction To This Course: Hey, guys, welcome to the Power Point video structure section and in this short lecture, just want introduce you to everything that you are going to learn in this particular section. So starting with the first thing, which is objects? So what is an object? How can we control them and power point? How can we manipulate them? And most importantly, if the par print template doesn't provide you with as many objects as you want, how you can actually get the ones that you want online, Then we move on to animations because this is the bread and butter of how we transform our PowerPoint into videos. So we're going to look at simple animation, so just making every object move. And then we're going to go into complex, more complex things for animations such as customized movements and adding several animations to the same object. Transitions is basically when you go from one slight to the other, so similar to animations, we can customize that feature of power point among with some special effects. Then we're going to go into voice narration and basically how you can add your own voice to a PowerPoint slides building on that you can transform your mouse cursor into a laser pointer, and all that finishes when you actually export the whole presentation that you've built, using all of these methods as a video. So as you can see, there's a very logical timeline to this chapter. I would advise you to go through every lesson and put it into practice straight away. So don't just sit there idly. Just take action. Do these things get accustomed to them? And by the end of the chapter, you're going to be able to create your own power point video. 2. The Very First Step: Choosing The Right Slides: So how do we choose the right slides? I'm doing this lecture mostly because I've received a lot of questions on the topic, and I just want to clarify it because I think it's a simple process, but off people can just get bogged down with the details and spend too much time on this. So basically, what I have here is my PowerPoint template. So I have 250 slides that I can use to express information. Now, the first thing that you need to know is, what kind of information do you want to put on the slide? I mean, it sounds obvious, right, But it needs to be structured, So you don't just need to know the text that you're putting on their You need to know. Okay, How many blood points with this bill? Would these be four key points? Would they be five key points And depending on that, depending on how you visualize the structure, you're gonna have an answer, and you're gonna be able to choose from all these different options. So let's say, for example, I have four points that I want to make. So this one, for example, would have five of them. Maybe it's not the Maybe it's not the right one. Look, this one has four points that you can put on there. Maybe it's This is the graphic that you want to use. This one has six and so on. Now what you're gonna find is there's gonna be a lot of slides that you will say, Okay, this one can work, and this one can work. And I mean, it's 250 slides, So it's gonna be very time consuming for you to go through all the slides that could represent that information and then choose one and start nit picking. Oh, but I like this one better. Oh, no, I like this one better. What I usually do is because I know I'm going to use the slides again is I would just go with the 1st 1 the 1st 1 that feels absolutely right. So I have no doubt divided because I might be looking at something and be like, Okay, it looks good, but it doesn't really have the formatting that I want from the information that I want to put on there. So the 1st 1 that I actually find that expresses exactly what I want to show down. One is the one that I choose. So let's say, for example, I make up my mind on using this slide for the particular information that I want to showcase. What I would then do is I have to power points open. So I have this slide template, the PowerPoint template with all of these slides. And then I have a blank PowerPoint that I've opened. So what I simply do is either hit control C on the keyboard or right click and click copy. And then I'm going to switch to my blind presentation. And now what I'm gonna do here is I'm gonna pace the slide. But what I'm gonna do is I'm going to right click in this empty space right here. And as you can see, I have three options, so I can either paste it as a picture which I don't necessarily want to do. I can use the destination theme and say, for example, um, I this wouldn't reply here because it's a blank presentation. But say, for example, I have the same template as back there, but it has different colors. Then I would use the destination theme because I wanted to blend with all the slides that are there already. Same for, for example, if I copy several slides from my template, I change the colors that I'm just gonna pace that as the destination theme because it's gonna inherit all the coloring and I don't have to do those changes again, But in this case, because it's a blank presentation, I'm just going to keep the source formatting because I'm not interested in changing it. Once I press that the slide is copied, it looks exactly the same and you're going to see for later. Just keep in mind that all the settings for the slide master are gonna be in this new power point automatically. So that's the way I go about choosing my slides. I think you shouldn't overcomplicate it. You should choose what feels right. But you should always be extremely clear on the structure of the information that you use so that you know exactly what slide is right for you. 3. Everything You Need To Know About Objects: So how do we treat objects? Objects are gonna be the foundation off all the animations you will be using and Power Point. So let me just take you through every scenario for objects so that you better understand this before we go into the animations themselves. So what is an object? An object is basically any shape that you can see on your PowerPoint deck, such as the squares. This icon right here, this text box, everything that you can select is an object. Now, the reason I'm telling you this is because when you build your slides, you're gonna go through the slide deck, right, and you're gonna want to make a video, and you're gonna want to choose a slight that is perfect for you. But within that slide, you're gonna have certain objects, and you need to know how to animate and how to select those objects specifically. So I'm going to show you how to select these and animate them in the animation lecture. But until then, I want to show you one quick tip that is very important. So in part, oftentimes, because it's not, you have to understand, it's not a softer that is made for videos. We can create these videos in a very simple manner, and it's very time efficient. But obviously you have specialized software that can do the trick for you. But what you need to understand what these objects is, there's a lot of illusions that you can you can make. There's a lot off things that you can use an off. It is dependent on how these objects are ordered. So, for example, here this is you might think this is actually one object, but it's actually two. It's this icon here, the white one, and it's this circle here Now the reason it appears like this is because this icon is set to appear in front of the circle. However, you can change that, and this is gonna be the basis of how you play with these objects. So if I right click on this you see here I have two options. I think they're bring it to front or bring it forward, which is already being done, or I can send it back. And if I send it back, Tara, it actually disappeared. That doesn't mean I deleted the object because I haven't. It's still there. If I actually click, undo it appears back there. But when you need to understand is these are two different objects that, depending on the way there placed, are going to show something or not. And based on that, you can. And I'll show you this later, weaken duplicate parts of some slides. Ah, and copy them over and then send them to the back just to create an illusion that something else is happening. But more on that later. Now, this is very important, but I want to keep these lectures short. So in the exact next lecture, I'm going to continue where I picked up here when I picked off here. And I'm going to show you how to take icons objects outside of power points from from from Google and just integrating them with your slide so that we can animate them later. 4. Manipulating objects: Hey, guys, this is part two of how he manipulate objects in Power Point. So I've showed you how you can get these objects from the slide template that I provide you with. But let's say for some reason this slide doesn't quite do it for you. You want to add a new object, I'm going to show you exactly how to get that object online from Google. Now, of course, there might be different reasons for this. You might not find a perfect slide for what you want to emphasize. So let's say, for example, right here, I want to add an airplane. Okay, so I want to add an airplane, object to the slight. How can I get one online? But that is going to match the theme of my presentation. So I don't want something. Um, that is gonna have, Let's say a red background that I can get creative, and it's just gonna look bad on this light, So let's see how we can do exactly that. So I've gone to Google, and what I'm gonna do on Google is I'm gonna search for airplane, and once I do that, I get all these results. But I'm gonna click on images. But what's important here and what you need to know is you should choose a photo and image that has a background that it's playing. So, for example, this is not a good photo because it's gonna be very hard for you to get rid of those clouds right there. Because remember, we're not using specialized software we're using PowerPoint and Power Point is not the tool that is gonna help you with this advanced editing. But this one is absolutely perfect because the background is blue and it seems to have the same intensity throughout. So I'm just kind of click on this photo, and as you can see, it loads. I'm going to right click on it, and I'm going to select copy image Now. Once I've done that, I go back to my slide. I right click, and I pasted. I can use the destination theme or the source theme. It's not going to make a difference. As you can see, the resolution for this one is quite large, so I'm going to minimize it by dragging it from the corner and Bala. So this is my image right now. But as you can see it has a blue background which is not entirely convenient for my current situation. So what I can do is eliminate this background. So what you should do is and I'm gonna pauses for a second because it's gonna exit my screen. Okay, so what you can do is press the format button on the top ribbon and here gonna find this option which says color and it has a drop down menu can see. You can choose from all these options here, but I'm going to choose set transparent color. And when I choose that, as you can see, when I go on, the image is gonna ask me, which color do you want to make transparent? That's what this little icon that appeared here signifies. So I want to get rid of this blue. So I'm just going to click on this blue And there you go. It's not perfect. You're still gonna have some pixels if I zoom in on it, as you can see. But in the grand scheme of things, when you show something on the power point, it's not gonna matter. It's gonna look like an airplane so I can put it here, right on top of this, um, Icahn with the earth. I can put it here wherever the case. Maybe you get the idea. You can play with it as much as you want. So, having done that, we have two more options. So instead of just searching for airplane, I'm still on images. I'm going to search for Airplane Vector. And what a victor image is is something that is already built for this. It's built to be put on top of other images, but it's not going to have a background, so you can see all of these different shapes right here. I can choose this one, for example, but where you're going to find is there's too different types of vector images. There's the ones that are purely a vector image, and there's the ones that have a white background. As you can see, this one here has a white background. But that's not a problem, because I can do exactly the same thing that I did with one that had a blue background. So I come back here. I paced the image. I drag it along as you can see. What's. I grabbed the title as well. Um, as you can see, it has a white background, but because it's why obviously is very easy to take away. So again I go on format, I go on color, I choose said transparent color. And when I go on, the image is gonna ask me with that icon which card I want to make transparent. I choose this one and thats done finally for come back to Google. What I can do is I can select PNG here, and P and G is actually the file extension for a vector image. Now, not all of them are going to be vector images. By the fault, you're still gonna have some with white background. But let me just illustrate what I'm talking about. So if I scroll down, I scroll down. I look at all these images. I'm searching for one. If I click on this one, for example, you can see it's a PSD file. So if I zoom in, you can see the extension PSD and what you can also see is wanted loads. You see all these gray, white and gray squares now that's not the way the image looks like. That means it's a pure vector image. So the only thing that occupies space is the airplane itself. The rest is absolutely transparent, so we don't have to remove the background. So simply the same thing copied the image. Go back to your partner in presentation, and then when you paste it, you're going to see that it's completely transparent. So that's how you can get all of these objects online. And then you can play with them in your presentation, and I'm going to show you exactly how we're gonna animate them in a few lectures time. 5. Beginners Guide: Animations: animations basics. In this lecture, I'm going to show you everything you need to know about animating your slides. So I'm just going to start from this very simple slide right here. If you go to the animations tab at the top, you have this button here which says animation Pain. Notice how, as soon as I click the animation step, I have old these numbers here that actually shows me the timing of how these objects come into play during the presentation. Now, if I click on the animations tab and go to the animation pain, think of this as your control panel when it comes to animations. So this controls absolutely everything that is being animated or moved throughout. Your presentation says you can see I have this menu pop up here. And what this shows me is every individual object that I have here, what sort of animation it has and how it comes into play. And actually, when it comes into play, so this whole thing right here is a timeline, So they go one after the other. And as you can see, I can click to play them all. And you see exactly how this slide is animated. Now the power point temper that provide you with already has the animations done, but you might not want to use it as it is. You might not want it to come and play as it does. So then what we do is we select all of these animations here, except for the layout title and the body. We right click and we remove them. And now everything is as it is. Nothing is animated. If I click play as you can see just the title and the subtitle appear. There's nothing else happening. The way to animate these objects is very easy. You simply select the object. Now I could select this, but as I explained in previous lectures, there's more than one object here. So I'm gonna make sure I select whole thing but nothing else in its entirety. So it's select a shape that overlaps that shape on, even if it goes a bit into the red one, for example, here it's not going to select it, but you need to set this whole ship to make sure you get the whole entirety of the object. As you can see, these are all my objects. I didn't go on animations, and right here I have all the different types of animations that I can choose. So as you can see this, quite a lot of them you have for entrance for emphasis and for exit. And you can also play with those as well. So I'm going to go into that in the advanced lecture. But for now, let's just choose around them animation. So I'm gonna choose it to fly in. And as you can see, it shows me exactly how it does that moving on. I'm going to try to select this red one, and I'm gonna do the same thing. I'm gonna go on animations and I'm gonna choose it for it to fate says You can see that's how it's going appear again. If I go on the animation pain, I can actually see how they come into place. They come at the same time this one's already here and this one comes after. But what I can do is so you can see Here is number two number two here I can right click on it and say, Start after previous. And then what happens is once this one appears this one will start right after, but it's still being time. It's still in one step. What I can do is make it start with the previous one or make it start on click, and then it splits these three objects into three different animations. Now, what I can do is similar to that is select these two and make them start with previous and now have again two sets of animations. But how do I make them actually start on click? Because you'll see they actually start automatically. I wouldn't go in the transitions, Um, top and make sure that this option here is tick on mouse click. Right. So once I click that and I go back to animations, you'll see when you go into the actual presentation, you will need to click the mouse for them to appear. But in order for me to show you that I need to go into presentation mode, which I'm not going to do just now. So right now, As it stands, the first group of icons is going appear after the text, and the subtitle is there and I click the mouse. And in the second set of animations will come in after I collect the mouth. So those were the animation basics before I go to the next that your lecture where I'm gonna show you much more. I just want to show you another way to customize these animations. So say, for example, on this 3rd 1 I want to introduce an exit animation, which is gonna act like a wheel. So once I add the wheel, here it is took me some time to find it. Once we add the wheel, you'll see this button here comes into play, which shows affect options. And I can actually choose different types of effects for this one, so I can choose eight spokes, and as you can see, it disappears like that. So that is incredibly cool. So think about all the options that you have when animating objects. There's a lot of variety, literally. Your creativity is the only thing that might limit you. So by all means, get comfortable with these animations. Learn how to do them because they're going to be the most crucial bed in determining the quality of your power point video and what it looks like graphically 6. Advanced Animations & Motions: advanced animations. So in this lecture I want to cover three main things. The 1st 1 is going to be how to play with the timing of the animations so that everything in your power point flows seamlessly and is like a video. The second thing will be how to add advanced animation. So motions that you can control entirely make objects move exactly where you want them to move. And the Theron would be just how to add the a different number of animations to the same object. So let's begin by playing with the timing of the animations. So I'm just going to select this group of objects here and give it a wheel animation, and I'm going to select this group of objects here. But I'm going to de select this. I That was my mistake selected, and I'm going to add to them a bounce animation. Now, if I go to the animation pain, notice that I can play with these two groups so I can choose this group to start after the previous one. And as you can see, all of them start right after previous. Now it actually chooses this. This whole thing, this whole for objects. They all start after previous one, so there won't start concurrently. So if I want to do that, I can select these three and just say start with previous. And now what I have on this particular animation is these four appear first and these four appear after. However, I can play with this even further. If I right click on them, I can choose the timing and on the timing, I can customize a lot of things so I can customize when it starts. We've seen that before. I can put a delay. So this is actually going to bump this icons here even more to the right. So after these ones appear, there's gonna be a delay so that that might be crucial in the way you want to order your animations. I'm just gonna put opened five seconds on Guy can also add a duration so I can make them. Let's say I make them fast to be on one second. I can also add for them to repeat. And now, as you can see, they've all been delayed by this much, and they actually last less than they did before. Now the reason I'm showing you. This is because you can animate If you work on it. You can animate your whole presentation. However, I wouldn't do that necessarily. If, for example, your end goal is to create a you Timmy promo video. And let me explain why I say that If you want, for example, to have a presentation for your corporate environment and you want it all to play out five slides, you record your voice is well, um, and you want, like a quick solution than that might work. However, what I find is I usually set them on mouse click, and I record each slide at a time. And I'm gonna go more in depth on this India Demi promo section. But basically it's much easier for you to record your voice first and then tailor the animations on your mouse click. Based on how you said that particular information, then having the objects move and new having to adapt your speech right after him is gonna be very hard for you to sink it perfectly. Now, this might take a little bit less time it might take. Um, by this I mean animating the objects first, it might take more time for you to do the speaking first and then animating them on mass click for every slide. But the end product is going to be perfectly synchronized, and it's just gonna flow beautifully. And that's what you want, especially if you do a promo video. That's 2 2.5 minutes. That has to be absolutely perfect. So that's why I recommend we do the mask like we're gonna show you that indeed. Emmick promo sect Next up, I'm going to show you how to create motion, um, animations. So let's say, for example, I want to animate this group of objects right here. I got animations going to drop down menu, and as you can see, I have an option here, which says Mawr Motion paths and I have a lot of motion paths to choose from. And if you click on one, it's going to show you exactly how it behaves, says he gets he. There's a ton, a ton of options that you have. But let's see, however, I want this particular circle to go in, um, the right top right corner of the screen. Now I might choose this diagonal upright and click OK. However, as you can see, all of these are now shown here graphically shown on the slide. So what I can do is I can modify all of them and just drag them where I want them to go. So as you can see, every object here can be taken to another corner. And once I actually it is mine. Ah, makes sense in this particular infographic. But just for just to show you once I preview it, look at just how I can control exactly where it goes. If I zoom out, you're going to see this even more clearly. Just how this whole set of objects moves exactly where I tell it to move. So if you want to get creative with your presence ations, then this is some definitely something that you might want to consider choose an advanced motion effect and then just drag it wherever you wanted to go on the screen. Finally, what we can do is at, um, a number of animations to the same group of objects. So if I just delete this on and choose a very simple set of entry animations for a certain object so I can choose it to fade. Then what I can do is click on. I had animation. So what this will do is this will add an extra animation to the same object. So let's say that's how it appears. I can customize this later, but maybe I wanted to fly out as well. And now when I actually go on play selected, you will see how these wants appear. And then they disappear. And obviously, now the exit animations. I'm gonna have them after. I'm gonna make all these objects appear first. And then I could make them disappear as I want them to. The principles are the same. You can choose the timing. You can customize everything. You could make it on mouse click, whatever the case may be. But those are the three different options of advanced animations that you can play with Andi. I strongly encourage you once yet comfortable with animations in general. Once you want to spend a lot of hours to do the perfect video than these are all the features of power point that you can use the tailor, your video presentations to your liking 7. How To Master Transitions: how to master transitions. Now, once you've mastered animations, transitions are very similar. Basically, an animation is pertains to an object, as we said before, and a transition will regard to different slides. So how the slide transitions to the next life. So if you just go on the transitions tab, you can see old the options that you can play with here. So, for example, you can choose to have one slide move to the other on the mouse click. And I would take that, as I explained in the previous lecture. That's how I prefer it to be on mass click only, however, you could also have a timer. So as soon as all the animations finished playing up on the slide, then after six seconds in this case it will transition to the next light. Finally, any change they do on this slide, you can click apply to all, and it's going apply it for all the slides in the presentation. You can also obviously play with the duration and add sound effects. All the sound effects right here are gonna be played when this slight finishes and where transitions to the next one, the most important part of the transition is obviously the effect itself. As you can see here on the transitions tap, you have all of these transitions that you can add. And what is very important to note here is obviously is going to show you a preview of what every transition does. But for some of them, for example, for this one, you can choose effect options. So this is very similar to the animations, and here you can actually choose which side the effect comes from now. The reason it's so short is because duration is put on one second. But you can change that. And as you can see, it becomes more elaborated. Now, this is important because obviously you want your presentation to flow. And if you keep the timer, then it's the same situation as I mentioned before. You're going to present the whole thing. You're gonna rate over it, and the objects and the slides are just gonna move as you asked them to. Otherwise, you could just keep it on mass click. And that's more practical for when you have a presentation at work and you just control it with the clicker. Now, once you manage animations and transitions. Then you can customize exactly what your presentation looks like. Finally, the way you see your final presentation is just by clicking this button here, the slideshow button. And once you do that, I'm not gonna do it. Now it's gonna go in full screen mode, and you're going to see exactly how the presentation pans out. Now I'm gonna show you how that looks in the Camp Tasia section. We're gonna go into how to record your screen, your partner in screen, Vicomte Asia and how you can be the most efficient when doing that. 8. Giving Your Slides An Audio Twist: recording voice narration. So let's say you want to go the route where you customize every animation, every transition on this presentation, and then you want to add voice to it. Now, PowerPoint can actually do that by the faults I'm from Power Point. And I'm gonna show you how to do that right now. So if you with the slideshow tab, you have to choose record slideshow. So as you can see, this is on the set up tab right here. So you have the set up tap and you have records Slight show. And now you click. Either start recording from beginning or from the current law current slide. So, for example, now I'm gonna different the beginning on slide one. But if I weren't slight to, I could either choose to record it from the current slides of only from slight to or from the beginning. So from slide one, and when you click this, it's gonna ask you what do you want to record the slide and animation timings? Maybe not this time, but I want to record Generations Inc and Laser Pointer and I'm gonna show you how to deal with the laser pointer in the next lesson. So I'm gonna start recording and you're not going to see this because you're going to see it because it's full screen on my laptop when my Camp Tasia window is smaller. But basically, this is the presentation right here. I'm actually, according now you might not see this. Now you can see it. It's actually recording, and if I press escape, then that stops it. And once it stops it if I click on the presence station. But this because you're going to see because it's full screen on my laptop when my Camp Tasia window is smaller. But exactly so that was me having recorded mine aeration over the slights. That was pretty cool, right? So imagine you can. You can use this maybe not for creating a video from scratch, but I would imagine the situations where this can be really interesting is if you have a presentation somewhere university at your workplace, you just want to add some narration to it. Maybe you just want the slides to go to flow freely. Then you can do this, and it's very, very convenient for you to add voice notes to the slides 9. One Cool Feature To Transform Your Mouse Pointer: just forming your mouse into a laser pointer in this lecture. I want to show you a very quick tip of how he can transform your mouse cursor from just being a mouse cursor into a laser pointer. So the kind of pointed that you see when you hold actual presentations in front of a crowd So the first thing that we're gonna do is we're gonna go on the slide show tap here on the top and on the set up bar right here we're gonna click set up slideshow. And here you can see the laser pointer color. So on. I wanted to show you how you can change this color by the fold. It set on red. But I'm just gonna change it for blue just to show you how it actually changes color. Now there's two ways you can actually see this. You could click slideshow right here, which you would take you in the actual presentation itself. Or you can go on the view tab and click reading view for both. The way to bring up the mouse as a laser pointer is exactly the same. So I'm going to click reading view and as you can see the slide start presenting. They're going to start showing all the animations. And what I have to do now is, as you can see, my mouse is normal. If I click the control button, it's gonna turn into a blue laser pointer. If I take the control button off, I don't press anymore. It's a mouse again. Press it again. It's a laser pointer, and again it's a laser pointer. So you get the idea. I mean it Z, not something that will make a huge difference. But if you want to compile a video that looks school and has two or three minutes, then this is a very nice special effect that you can add. And I'm sure you know, um, you know, the essence is in the details. A minor detail like this can go a long way to impressing your audience. 10. How To Export Your Presentation As A Video: exporting your presentation as a video. So we have gone through all the different elements to compile your presentation. We look at animations, transitions, how to add voice narrations, how to turn your mouse cursor into a laser pointer and so on. So if you want to take the route where you plan everything like that, you have all your animations time. You've recorded voice narration on every slide. Then you can actually produce your video from Power Point. And I'm gonna show you the steps right now. So you click on the file button on the top left hand corner and then you click export and on export, you can see have the option here to create the video once you click that you have different options here. So you can tailor, um, what the source, um, hardware, Let's say or source where people are gonna watch the video is, and then you can choose to use the recorded timings generations or not used them. But obviously you're going to use all of that. You can customize it seconds a spelling, your slide, and then finally you create the video, and after that, it's going to go right here. Ah, it's gonna ask you to choose the name and the file type. Then you cook safe, and as you can see here on the bottom, it's actually exporting its A. Once this bar, um, finishes completely, you're gonna have your presentation, say, does a video. So as you can see, it's finished processing the file. I've now opened it. And if I had play, you can see the exact presentation unfolding now have disabled my system sounds. So you calmed here generation, even if there was one. But as you can see, it saved as a video by apartment. So that's the let's say, quick and easy way for you to create videos and PowerPoint. But the next two chapters are going to show you exactly how you can time everything perfectly. It make it look really nice.