Replace automatic narration in videos from slides

Automatically generated narration is great for quick experimentation, and for iterating on the content. But having the same voice as everyone else can mean that your videos lose the personal touch. For authors that want to use their own voice for narration, but still make videos from PowerPoint slides, Video Puppet now lets you easily replace the generated narration with your own audio.

To use your own voice, remove the text from speaker notes, and add an audio file directly to a slide. If a PowerPoint slide has an audio file attached, Video Puppet will play that as the narration for the corresponding scene.

For more information on adding audio files or recording audio directly in powerpoint, check out the Add and record audio Office365 Tutorial. VideoPuppet supports waw, m4a and mp3 files.

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