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Using powerpoint to add music on slides

I want to edit music on my slides. i want one track/sound to play through all slides

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  • balujavali Jul 06, 2008

    How to insert music to powerpoint slides?

  • pinguina Jan 06, 2009

    I really need help! ok i want to put a song to play during the whole powerpoint!
    the one i haVE is microsoft office 2007. Please help me!


  • Anonymous May 24, 2009

    I need help playing the same song through all my slides

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I want to edit music on my slides. i want one track/sound to play through all slides

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You can use power point and make a nice musical and picture-full presentation. And it is pretty fast too. So the soulution i to use power point 2007

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Microsoft producer for powerpoint is a free download from microsoft.  It lets you align slides and music along a timeline so the slides appear when you want them to in the song.

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Hi Fousy,
to add music to your Presentations, go to the SlideShow, Transitions. below the list of transitions, is a section where you can selec the 'sounds' you would like to insert. go down with that list, and select OTHER, choose from your music folder/file, and insert the sound. right-click on this new inserted sound, and select EFFECT, choose the slides "FROM" and "TO" for the music.
If you need more detailed info, please let me know.
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DeltaC

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Add Variety

Click "Add Variety" under the currently playing station. Type in the name of another artist, track or composer you like and we'll add music with musical qualities to the station.

You can always remove the variety you have added by editing your stations.


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2. Thumb freely: Thumb ratings tell us everything about the kinds of music you want to hear. If you have a reaction to a song, let us know! This will give us a better idea of what to play next. Keep in mind, Thumbing down a track counts as a skip.

3. Review your station: When stations are playing songs wildly out of place, or songs that aren't fitting within that station's sound, you should check your station details and edit any Thumb ratings or Seeds that may be adversely affecting the playlist.

4. Switch it up: Don't be afraid to make changes. If your station is repetitive, first try our Add Variety feature. If you get sick of a track but don't want to completely ban it, you can also put it on the shelf for a while. In some cases, it might actually help to remove Thumbs-up ratings in the station details to mix things up.

Jun 03, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Would like to trim music to fit slides and add naration


Hello, Wren

SlideShow Expressions is a very basic programme: simplicity is the key. It is designed to give instant results. Therefore, the things you can do with the photo's, music, etc. are very limited. No frills, no complicated editing. For example: no fading in or out of music; no cutting a music track down to a certain length, etc. Also, the programme doesn't allow you to have a different time setting for every photo. Whatever duration time you select (say 9 seconds), it goes for each photo.
As a result you would typically go about adding your music tracks as follows:
After you have added all the photo's that would make up the whole slideshow, make a rough estimate of how long each photo should be displayed on the screen. Type this number in the open slot (for seconds). You can now get an idea of how long the entire slideshow will be: the duration will be showed at the bottom. Now, choose tracks that, together, will just about (more or less) account for the whole length of the slideshow. When you've added them one by one, click on the option to fit the slideshow to the soundtrack. Obviously this could change the amount of seconds that each photo will be displayed. That's about it. Play around with tracks of different lenghts and see what the time duration would be if you were to fit the slideshow to this altered track length.
Be careful about the music you use. This programme (as would many others) may develop problems when using downloaded music, because this music is usually protected in some way (for example, tracks downloeded from iTunes are known to cause problems: they may not play or sound bad).
Also, it is always good to read the User Guide. If you have a legitimate copy of the programme, the User Guide will be included on the install disc in pdf format. You can look for it by exploring the install disc or by simply clicking on the relevant link after you've inserted the install disc.

I hope this was helpful. Best of luck to you. From: 11407336.

Oct 01, 2011 | Individual SlideShow Expressions

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Music in power point presentations


  1. Display the slide to which you want to add music or sound effects.
  2. On the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds, and then do one of the following:

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za079005000.gifInsert a sound clip from Clip Organizer

  1. Double-click the sound file that you want to insert.
  2. When a message is displayed, do one of the following:
    • To play the music or sound automatically when you go to the slide, clickAutomatically.
    • To play the music or sound only when you click the sound icon za006052183.gif, clickWhen Clicked.
  3. To adjust the settings for when the sound file stops, click the sound icon za006052183.gif, right-click, and then click Custom Animation.
  4. In the Custom Animation task pane, click the arrow on the selected item in the Custom Animation list, and then click Effect Options.
  5. On the Effect tab, under Stop playing, do one of the following:
    • To stop the sound file on mouse-click of this slide, select On click (the default).
    • To stop the sound file after this slide, select After current slide.
    • To keep the sound file playing for several slides, select After, and then set the total number of slides the file should play on.

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How can I add a .wav file to an entire PowerPoint slideshow? I only know how to add sound to a single slide and want the file to play through the entire presentation. Thanks in advance for your help.


Since you have not mention the power point version that you are currently using I give you the method to embed sound in your entire slide show for both PowerPoint 2003 and PowerPoint 2007.

Lets start with PowerPoint 2003 : Go to the slide where you want to initiate the sound track in .wav form.(1st slide is the default).

Go to Insert> Movies and Sound> Sound from file
Select your .wav sound file and click ok.
After you click OK you will se a dialogue box appearing asking you "How do you want the sound to play". You have to specify that. If you are not sure select "Automatically" so when you land on that slide during the slide show your music or sound will start automatically.

Select Slide Show ->Custom Animation to enter the Custom Animation pane. Confirm Your soundtrack is listed below in the pane.
  • In the drop-down list of the sound, choose Effect Options. Then the Play Sound interface appears. In the Effect tab, click the radio button beside Stop Playing After XXX slides (which indicates how many slides you want this song to play across) to enter the number of slides you intend to add. For example, you can enter a number from 1 to 999 for this field. Then the sound will play throughout the specified slides.
  • Next, check the settings in the Timing tab. To play automatically, you can set to Start After Previous with a 0-second delay. Click OK to exit the dialog box.

  • Then go to Sound Settings tab, adjust the sound volume as you like. You can also tick to hide sound icon during slide show if you don't want it appear.
Now your sound will play from the first slide till the last.

Life is much much easier with PowerPoint 2007
  • On the slide, click Insert to pick the Sound drop-down list on the very right below the tab. Select Sound from File in the list and choose the specified sound track from your hard drive.
  • Click OK and a message prompts, saying How do you want the sound to start in the slide show? Click Automatically.
  • Now click the sound icon to display the Options tab. Click on the tab, and set Play across slides for Play Sound.
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At the moment, it is time for you to play the entire slide show while enjoying this pleasant sound score.
NOTE:
  • The sound you insert must be as long as your slide show. That is, if the slide show lasts 5 minutes, your soundtrack should also be at that length. Otherwise, the sound would be cut off until the slide show ends.
  • It is highly recommend that you take PowerPoint 2007 for your convenience.

Jul 17, 2010 | Microsoft Office 2000 Web Components Book...

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I made a powerpoint presentation with PP2003, first added 6 slides, then added another 20. When I add music to the presentation, the music stops at the 6th slide. HELP!


To make a sound continue through multiple or all slides, follow these steps:
  • Go to the slide where you want to begin your audio track (defaulted as the first slide), and select Insert -> Movies and Sounds -> Sound from File to insert the sound.
  • After you click OK, you can see a message pop up asking how you want the sound to start in slide shows. Click Automatically.
  • Select Slide Show ->Custom Animation to enter the Custom Animation pane. Your soundtrack is listed below in the pane.
  • In the drop-down list of the sound, choose Effect Options. Then the Play Sound interface appears. In the Effect tab, click the radio button beside Stop Playing After XXX slides (which indicates how many slides you want this song to play across) to enter the number of slides you intend to add. For example, you can enter a number from 1 to 999 for this field. Then the sound will play throughout the specified slides.

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  • Next, check the settings in the Timing tab. To play automatically, you can set to Start After Previous with a 0-second delay. Click OK to exit the dialog box.
  • Then go to Sound Settings tab, adjust the sound volume as you like. You can also tick to hide sound icon during slideshow if you don't want it appear.
Now you can play the soundtrack from the very beginning to the end of your slideshow.

Source:
http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/powerpoint-knowledge/sound-across-slides.html

Jan 16, 2010 | Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Student &...

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Powerpoint 2003 music won't play over slides


Using music in power point is a nightmere. If you can just avoid doing it altogether. I suggest using movie maker if you just showing a slide show. I have made power point to work using some music but it does not always work. I spent alot of time trying to make it work and have come up empty all to often.

Dec 31, 2008 | Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Student &...

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