Have you ever wanted to play a YouTube video over and over? Me too…it might be a how-to video or music I love. Instead of waiting to click the replay button on YouTube, I wanted a way to automatically repeat it.
Here’s what I did for the Chrome browser. You’ll need to do the same for Firefox.
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One of my YouTube channel (Digitalbreakthroughs) subscribers just asked me how to reorder her playlists (I’d already created a how-to video on how to reorder videos within a playlist). This video will show you how easy it is and also how to create new sections on your channel homepage to better organize what you want people to see.
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When I need photos for my presentations, I will either take my own or grab something free from the Microsoft images Website. I prefer photos, and when I can’t find exactly what I need, I’ll alter. I recently needed someone in bed working on a laptop.
I found a picture of just a bed and another of a woman sitting outside on the grass. I removed her background (easy in PowerPoint 2010), and put the woman on the bed. Perfect.
Here’s a quick video to show you how I did this. You can contact me anytime for software training.
If you have any other ideas, please leave a comment to let us know how you would have handled or how you’ve used a similar technique.
Note: Here is Microsoft® says about using their images, videos, etc.
“3. Media Elements. Microsoft grants you a license to copy, distribute, perform and display media elements (images, clip art, animations, sounds, music, video clips, templates and other forms of content) included with the software in projects and documents, except that you may not: (i) sell, license or distribute copies of any media elements by themselves or as a product if the primary value of the product is the media elements; (ii) grant your customers rights to further license or distribute the media elements; (iii) license or distribute for commercial purposes media elements that include the representation of identifiable individuals, governments, logos, trademarks, or emblems or use these types of images in ways that could imply an endorsement or association with your product, entity or activity; or (iv) create obscene or scandalous works using the media elements. Other media elements, which are accessible on Office.com or on other websites through features of the software, are governed by the terms on those websites.”
In PowerPoint 2010, you can easily convert your slide deck to a video. So add your animations, transitions, and narration as you normally would and just follow the steps in this video.
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I’m a PowerPoint fanatic, and I’ve put together some ideas for you to explore that go way beyond just slides. You’re a click away from creating anything you need…print or digital. Use this software you already have to create anything from a postcard to a YouTube channel banner. Click inside for some ideas. Some how-to videos are included at the end.
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