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It might be linked with the picture formats / pixel resolution. Here's what I would do. 1) Take a look at all the visuals you're using in your presentation. Pick one, click right on it, and save it. You want to check two things here. first, the file type. Is it .jpg, .gif or .png? Try to opt for .jpg , as it's usually more compressed without altering so much the image resolution. Second, check the file size. Is it big (like, over 200 KB?). 2) Modify the high-resolutions visuals. change the filetype to jpg and compress them. on your ppt file, double-click on the visual > compress picture Hope it helps. Clemence
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Senior Member Registered: 1173978672 Posts: 15 Reply with quote #10 If your presentation uses large pictures for its slides, be aware that they can cause the image quality to diminish. I would advise to first find out what your graphic resolution is. If it is not listed within the PowerPoint default, then a new graphic should be downloaded and the original graphic should be restored into your slide. To make this change, go to File > Options > Properties... then change the size, file type and display settings. Once these settings are changed, the new graphic should be visible in the presentation. Good Luck! —Colin Here's how you can remove the .mp4 video from PowerPoint. 1) Go to File > Properties... and select the Output Settings section 2) Go to Video Output settings... 3) Select the Output Resolution and drop the resolution to 640)480 and the frames per second from 60 to 30 Also, you can.
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