Presenter 360

Mar 28, 2023

Hello,

I'm currently working on a PowerPoint for my finance group. They want to narrate some slides, but also add video from three of the leaders before the PowerPoint kicks off and narration starts. I have 3 videos ready to go, however, can you make them continuously run from one video to the next on the same PowerPoint slide? Or do I need to put each video on it's one slide? I'd prefer to have them on one slide, but if not possible, I may have to have them record all together.. Please advise.

7 Replies
Jose Tansengco

Hi Sarah,

Thanks for reaching out!

Presenter 360 doesn't have triggers like Storyline 360 which would allow you to play multiple videos one after the other, but you can use Replay 360 to achieve a similar effect. 

You can use Replay 360 to stitch together your 3 videos to form one single video that you can then add to your Presenter 360 course. To add separation to the 3 videos, you can insert images in between each video to serve as a transition piece. 

Let me know if you have any questions!

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Sarah Lichy

Awesome, thanks!

Best,

Sarah Lichy
Sales Enablement Specialist
Mobile: 612-723-9686 | s.lichy@kurita-water.com
Kurita America Inc. | www.kuritaamerica.com y9 games

Replay 360 can help you to play videos continuously one after another. Try it and let me know 

Regarding Sarah Lichy's question about playing multiple videos on a single slide in Presenter 360, it seems like merging the videos into one file using Replay 360 is a practical workaround. This method not only solves the issue of continuity but also maintains the sleekness of your presentation. Adding images between video segments is a creative touch that can provide smooth transitions. It's a clever way to utilize the tools available and still achieve the desired outcome in Presenter 360.

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Jose Tansengco

Hi Sarah,

Thanks for reaching out!

Presenter 360 doesn't have triggers like Storyline 360 which would allow you to play multiple videos one after the other, but you can use Replay 360 to achieve a similar effect. 

You can use Replay 360 to stitch together your 3 videos to form one single video that you can then add to your Presenter 360 course. To add separation to the 3 videos, you can insert images Super Mario in between each video to serve as a transition piece. 

Let me know if you have any questions!

In PowerPoint, it is not possible to have multiple videos play continuously from one slide to the next. Each video would typically need to be placed on its own slide. However, you can set up your PowerPoint presentation in a way that allows for a seamless transition from the videos to the narrated slides.