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I'm trying to add video from my digital camera to powerpoint presentation. The problem is my camera saves video as quicktime video files. is there a way for powerpoint to recognize these files, or is it possible to convert quicktime video over to windows media???
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Simple to do just follow these steps.

1. Right click on the movie file.
2. Click properties
3. Where it says opens with, click change.
4. Select windows media player.
5. Click ok
6. Click apply
7. Click ok

Open up powerpoint

Click insert>movies and sounds>movie from file>select the movie.

Once the movie is inserted format it just like a picture e.g. you can change the size of it.
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