Learn PowerPoint 2010: TTML XML Files for the STAMP Add-in in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, April 20, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:21 am

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I already showed you how you can use the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint to manually add captions for videos right inside PowerPoint 2010. While manually adding captions is a great way to get easily started, professional organizations use TTML files — these are markup files not too different in structure from the HTML web pages — and typically they have the XML file extension.

Explore the structure of TTML XML files that can be used within the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint 2010.

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