There are many ways to enhance your PowerPoint presentation by adding animations to objects, adjusting slide transition styles, and using interesting themes, just to name a few. You can also add music to your presentation.
Adding Music to Your Presentation
PowerPoint lets you easily add music to your presentation. Adding music to your presentation may be a good idea, but there are also cases where it may be considered unprofessional. We're not here to tell you when to do it, just how to do it, but make sure it's appropriate for the situation.
Switch to the "Insert" tab and click the "Audio" button.
A menu is displayed where you can either upload music from your PC or record your own audio track.
] If you want to record your own audio, select "Record Audio". The "Record Sound" window will be displayed. Go ahead and give your audio a name and click the "Record" icon to get started.
When the "Record" icon is selected, a timer will be displayed, indicating the total length of the recorded sound. If you want to stop recording, press the Stop icon. To hear your recording, you can press the play icon. When you are satisfied with your recording, select "OK" to insert it into your presentation.
If you prefer to upload music from your PC, go to Go to the Audio Options menu and select "Audio on my PC". This opens the directory of your PC. Find the audio file you want to use, then choose Insert at the bottom right of the window. PowerPoint supports various popular formats such as MP3, MP4, WAV and AAC.
You will now see a speaker symbol in your presentation. Here you can play the sound, adjust the volume and move the sound back or forth 0.25 seconds.
volume. By default, "Audio Style" is automatically set to "No Style". This means that the audio plays only on the slide where you insert it, the icon appears in the presentation, and the audio does not start until you click this icon.
But you can change it all. You can use the options here to adjust the default playback volume. You can choose to start the music automatically or with one click, play it over other slides, pause it until paused, etc. etc.
We go to change this, select "Play in background" in the section "Audio Styles".
There are several options available. You can add (or remove) bookmarks for specific times in your audio clip, trim portions of the audio, and fade out your audio.
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