Record your slide show
- With your presentation open, on the Slide Show tab, click the Record Slide Show down arrow.
- Select one:
- Start Recording from Beginning
- Start recording from Current Slide
- Slide and animation timings:PowerPoint will record the time you spend on each slide, including animation and triggers on each slide.
- Narrations, ink, and laser pointer: Record your voice as you go through your presentation. If you use the pen, highlighter, eraser, or laser pointer, PowerPoint will record those also.
- Click Pause to take a break during your recording. Click Resume Recording to start again
- If you re-record, PowerPoint will erase your previously recorded narration (including audio, ink, and laser pointer) before you start recording again on the same slide.
On the Slide Show tab, click From Beginning
RE-RECORD A SINGLE SLIDE
- Go to the slide you want to re-record
- On the Slide Show tab, click Record Slide Show down arrow
- Click Start Recording from Current Slide…
- Record your narration
- Right-click to End Show
Save your presentation as a Video
- Save your PowerPoint presentation File > Save
- Click File > Export > Create a Video
- Under Create a Video
- Select Presentation Quality > Largest file size and highest quality (if you plan to upload to YouTube)
- Select Use Recorded Timings and Narrations
- Click Create Video
- Enter a filename for the video
- In the Save As type box, select MPEG-4, and then click Save
- You can track the progress of the video creation by looking at the status bar at the bottom of your screen
- The video creation process can take up to several hours depending on the length of the video and the complexity of the presentation
- For longer videos, you can set it up so that they create overnight