2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2014 9:42 AM by BMBro

    Editing audio on a per-slide basis in Presenter 8

    BMBro

      Greetings:

       

      I have a very basic question.  When using Presenter 8, how does one re-record the audio on a single slide in the presentation?  I noticed mention of the option to record audio for the whole presentation or in a single slide mode, but that box does not pop up when I hit record. All I want to do is find the quickest way to re-record a single slide in a presentation.

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Editing audio on a per-slide basis in Presenter 8
          Mr Sahu Level 1

          Hi

           

          Recording audio for any slide will override the previous audio present on the slide or

          simply record audio if slide does not have any audio.

           

          Here are the steps :

          1. Go to the slide you want to edit the audio.

          2. Click on record audio button.

          3. PPT slide show and recording dialog will appear once recording device(MIcrophone)  will be checked.

          4. Click on record button on recording dialog of the presenter and start recoeding.

          You need to save the audio once you finish recording.

           

          There is a slide navigator on the record audio dialog which can be used to navigate to any slide of the Presentation.

          A play button is present to play and check the recorded audio.

           

           

          Thanks,

          Sunil

          Adobe Presenter Engg Team

          • 2. Re: Editing audio on a per-slide basis in Presenter 8
            BMBro Level 1

            Greetings Mr. Sahu:

             

             

             

            Thank you very much for your prompt repsonse.  I have found my problem which was that the box that came up when I hit record showed play as the only option.  I did not realize that  you could hit the red button to record. 

             

             

             

            Thanks for your help, it is certainly appreciated.

             

             

             

            Bruce