Learn PowerPoint 2010: Video Correction Adjustments

Created: Wednesday, June 6, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Once you insert a video clip on your slide in PowerPoint 2010, you might find out that the clip is too dark or light in terms of appearance. This is similar to what you may see on your television, especially a new television where you have to make a few adjustments to get the picture just right. Similar corrections can be made in any of the video clips you insert within your PowerPoint slides. It’s very important to understand that such adjustments may not only be necessary for the appearance of the video clips on your computer, but also for how they show when projected onto a screen or even on a connected TV. Projectors are typically not as bright as computer screens, and some adjustments may help. The other reason to make any video clip light or dark through corrections is so that it can compensate for problems with the original video clip.

Learn about the Correction adjustment options for videos in PowerPoint 2010.

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