Videos: Resize, Rotate, and Flip Videos in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, June 29, 2017, posted by at 1:04 pm

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You can position or reposition pictures and shapes, but did you know that you can make changes to any inserted video in PowerPoint 2016? Resizing can help you change dimensions of your video clips, while slight changes in rotation values can draw attention. Flip, the last of these options though is something you will almost never use unless you want to do something drastically different!

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Resize, Rotate, and Flip Videos in PowerPoint 2016

Resize, Rotate, and Flip Videos in PowerPoint 2013

Resize, Rotate, and Flip Videos in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac:

Resize, Rotate, and Flip Videos in PowerPoint 2011

Resize Rotate Flip Videos in PowerPoint



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