Learn PowerPoint 2010: Media Actions for Audio

Created: Tuesday, May 29, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



We have already explored how you can add an audio clip within a PowerPoint slide. Once you place an audio clip, you can associate this clip with several Media actions such as Play, Pause, Resume, and Stop. And although Media actions work the same way for both audio and video clips, there are some subtle differences. Due to these differences, we will explore both of them separately. In this tutorial, we will explore Media Actions for Audio in PowerPoint 2010 — and thereafter we will explore the same options for video clips in a subsequent tutorial. Once you add these Media Actions to your audio clips, PowerPoint will allow you to make these Actions interact with other animations, including Triggers. Although Media Actions are not strictly animations, PowerPoint does place them within the Animation tab of the Ribbon.

Learn how you can create Media Actions for audio clips in PowerPoint 2010.

Categories: animation, powerpoint_2010, sounds, tutorials

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