Videos: Add Bookmarks to Video Clips in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, June 28, 2017, posted by at 1:56 pm

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If you want your inserted video clip to play from a certain point within the video clip, you can actually trim the video so that it only plays the parts you want. However, there is another elegant solution that lets you achieve the same results, and do even more. This feature is called a Bookmark. 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 time position you want to access.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Add Bookmarks to Video Clips in PowerPoint 2016

Add Bookmarks for Video Clips in PowerPoint 2013

Add Bookmarks for Video Clips in PowerPoint 2010

Bookmarks in PowerPoint Video



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