PowerPoint 2010 has made many improvements in the way you work with video clips — one of the important, new abilities relates to you being able to play your video from a certain point within the video clip. This feature is called a Bookmark because it is similar to the conventional bookmarks you place within the pages of a book you are reading. Just like how you can easily go to that particular page with the help of a bookmark, the Bookmark you add to a video clip becomes an indicator of the position you want to go to. You can thus quickly access that position within the the video clip without having to manually scrub within the Player Controls bar. In addition, you can also combine Bookmarks with Trigger animations — so as to trigger a click to play a video clip precisely from the Bookmark you added.
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