Videos: Video Correction Adjustments in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, July 3, 2017, posted by at 12:02 pm

Adjustments can be made to any of the video clips you insert within your PowerPoint slides.

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Sometimes, when you insert a video clip on your slide within PowerPoint, it may appear too dark or light. Luckily, adjustments can be made to any of the video clips you insert within your PowerPoint slides. These kinds of adjustments may be not only 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.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Video Correction Adjustments in PowerPoint 2016

Video Correction Adjustments in PowerPoint 2013

Video Correction Adjustments in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac:

Video Correction Adjustments in PowerPoint 2011

Video Correction in PowerPoint

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