PowerPoint Screen Record

Written by Sebastian Ferraro | June 4, 2021



  1. Steve Klawitter

    on June 4, 2021

    The screen recording option is also available without steps 1-3 on the far right end of the insert tab of the ribbon.

  2. R K Jaiswal

    on June 4, 2021

    Thanks for showing a nice way to add mp4 recording in ppt

  3. Krey Price

    on June 4, 2021

    Great to see this in writing! For anyone like me whose brain buffer sometimes can’t keep up with the real-time recording, the Windows Key + Shift + R keystroke is very handy to start, pause, and restart the recording (then Windows Key + Shift + Q to finish). I wish Microsoft had come up with a less awkward keystroke combination that would allow you to initiate the pause with one hand; I sometimes end up rotating my keyboard so I can keep my left hand fingers on the keystrokes to start and stop more smoothly while keeping my other hand on the mouse. You can click on the pause button itself, but that sometimes adds longer transitions, especially if it’s capturing another screen. In any case, pausing can allow you to set up the next variable for display or just collect your thoughts, which can save editing time afterwards if you’d otherwise have to cut out the transitions after saving the video file.

  4. Arnab Ghosh

    on June 6, 2021

    I want to develop a 2D sediment transport model on the same river. But after successfully running the model there is also some debugging issue. I attached the debugging criteria as a screenshot with this mail.

    If you please resolve this issue, I will be highly obliged to you. Please tell me how to get rid of this problem so that I can run the 2D sediment transport model.

  5. Steve

    on September 13, 2021

    Thank you for sharing this information, surely gives my HEC-RAS project tutorials a good kick-start.

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