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Import Videos with PowerPoint

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Jan 23, 2020

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Hi All, Why am I getting this error? Is there no way to import videos with the PowerPoint? I'm using .PPTX with O365. My issue is that my videos themselves have a lot of animation (appear, play, dissapear) that I want to preserve.

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This is not an 'error' message.  It's a warning message.

 

Powerpoint slides end up as background images in Captivate when imported.  That means the videos won't be imported.  So Captivate is warning you that you need to import your videos separately as MP4s if you want them to work in the Captivate environment.

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Import Videos with PowerPoint

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Jan 23, 2020

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Hi All, Why am I getting this error? Is there no way to import videos with the PowerPoint? I'm using .PPTX with O365. My issue is that my videos themselves have a lot of animation (appear, play, dissapear) that I want to preserve.

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Correct answer by RodWard | Adobe Community Professional

This is not an 'error' message.  It's a warning message.

 

Powerpoint slides end up as background images in Captivate when imported.  That means the videos won't be imported.  So Captivate is warning you that you need to import your videos separately as MP4s if you want them to work in the Captivate environment.

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This is not an 'error' message.  It's a warning message.

 

Powerpoint slides end up as background images in Captivate when imported.  That means the videos won't be imported.  So Captivate is warning you that you need to import your videos separately as MP4s if you want them to work in the Captivate environment.

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