PowerPoint allows you to embed videos directly into your presentation. However, if you share the presentation, you may find that the embedded video is no longer working. To send your presentation with still intact embedded video.
The problem here is that the embedded video is not really part of your slideshow. When you embed a video in PowerPoint, you simply tell PowerPoint the location of the media on your computer. PowerPoint then points to the video in question on the specified slide.
If you want to send the presentation with the embedded video, you need to pack it together.
Create a folder.
First you need to do something Create a folder to store PowerPoint and video files. Note that you must do this before can embed the video in your presentation. If you change the location of the video file after embedding, the video stops working.
To create a new folder in Windows, right-click the location where you want to place it and select New. Right-click the drop-down menu and select in the submenu "Folder".
If you're using a Mac, just right-click and choose New Folder.
You will be prompted to name the folder. Name it memorable and then save your presentation and video file in this folder.
Embedding a video in PowerPoint
Now both files are in the same location, open the PowerPoint file, and then capture the video. Navigate to the slide in which you want to embed the video. Then go to the "Media" group on the "Insert" tab and select "Video". In the drop-down menu that appears, select "Video on my PC" when using a Windows computer or "movie from file". If you work on a Mac.
A dialog opens. Navigate to the location of the video, select it, and click Paste.
If the video is now embedded in your presentation, save and close PowerPoint.  Compress the folder
Now it's time to pack the files together by zipping the contained folder.
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To do this on Windows, right-click on the folder, select "Send to" from the menu and select "Compressed (compressed) folder" from the submenu.
Mac users right-click on the folder and choose "Compress Folder" Name & # 39 ;.
You now have a ZIP file that contains both the PowerPoint presentation and the video file.
If you want to send the presentation, specify the compressed file instead of the individual PowerPoint file. Once the receiver receives, decompresses and opens the presentation, the embedded video can be played.