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Old November 28th, 2008, 02:02 AM
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YouTube in PowerPoint--How to insert FLV video into PowerPoint

YouTube, well-known to all, is the most famous video sharing website in the world. Every time you open the YouTube, you may find lots of video which are exciting, interesting and intellective. When create a PowerPoint presentation for teaching, business and family use, you may want to insert a YouTube video into your PowerPoint presentation to make it more vivid, but as we know, YouTube video is the FLV format and we cannot insert YouTube video into PowerPoint presentation directly. How can we insert YouTube video into PowerPoint?

There are many ways for you to insert the YouTube video into PowerPoint. Here I just list 3 ways for those who are using Windows and Mac.

For Windows User

The first way is insert the YouTube video to the PowerPoint with Internet connected. Follow the steps to embed the YouTube video into PowerPoint.
Open the PowerPoint, find the developer tab, click more controls button, then there will be a dialog appeared. If you cannot find the developer menu, it is easy. Just click the office button, PowerPoint options, and select Show Developer tab on the Ribbon then the developer tab will appear on the ribbon.

In this dialog, choose Shockwave Flash Object then OK.

Draw a box on the slide which you want to insert the YouTube video into, then right click the rectangle, choose properties then the dialog is shown as below:

Copy the YouTube URL and paste it in Movie blank. Please remember that you should delete “watch?” and replace “=” with “/”in. Close the dialog, click F5 and you can view the YouTube video in PowerPoint now.
Remember, only have a live Internet connection you can play your YouTube video in PowerPoint.

Sometimes may be the Internet is not available for us. In that case we should download the YouTube video to our computer, convert the YouTube video file (FLV file) to other format like MPEG, AVI, WMV, etc that PowerPoint can accept. Thus we no longer depend on the live Internet connection. OK, here, I want to tell you the second way to do this.

Before you can download a video, you must install a capture/converter program. Here's how:
Open your Firefox, choose add-on in the tools menu. Click on the get add-ons tab, in the search box type media converter, this tool is totally free. Install the media converter then restart Firefox.

OK, now you'll see a new icon that looks like a bird next to the web address field.
From now on, all you have to do is go to the page which you can view the YouTube video, click the media converter icon (the bird icon), choose the right format you want to convert, click next, OK, the video is successfully downloaded and converted.

I think insert a common video into PowerPoint will not be difficult for you. If you do not know how, learn how to insert video into PowerPoint.

Another tool, YouTube downloader, can easily download and convert the YouTube video. You just need to paste the YouTube video URL into the YouTube downloader and select the output video format, everything is OK.

For Mac user

The two methods above are for the Windows PC, now, how to insert YouTube video into PowerPoint on Mac with PowerPoint 2008?

Download the YouTube video and convert it to the right format with Firefox and Media converter first. In PowerPoint, turn on the Movie toolbar by using the VIEW menu. From the VIEW menu choose the submenu TOOLBARS and then MOVIE.
The first button on the toolbar is INSERT MOVIE. Click it.
Select the movie in the dialog box, then click the CHOOSE button.

Upload PowerPoint to YouTube is also possible. You may find more information from here. Just choose the method which is most suitable for you, have fun with PowerPoint and YouTube!

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Top 3 Free and Handy tools to import Canon XF videos (.mxf) into Final Cut Pro

The XF305 and XF300 camcorders mark both Canon's switch to using flash memory as a recording format in its new professional camcorder range and a new level of recording quality for High Definition camcorders. The most significant difference between the XF models and their current competitors is the use of Canon's MPEG-2 codec with a data rate of 50Mbps and 4:2:2 colour sampling.

MPEG-2 is widely accepted for recording video in currently used formats, such as HDV and Blu-ray discs, but compared to HDV, for example, this version of MPEG-2 offers twice the vertical colour resolution and twice the data bandwidth. The video files from the XF305 and XF300 camcorders are stored in an MXF wrapper that has the advantage of being able to support metadata, as well as video and audio. However, MXF is not widely accepted as an editable format. People who are new to MXF often get stuck with importing the Canon XF .mxf videos to Final Cut Pro, AVID Media Composer or other professional non-linear video editors. Here are some handy tools for Mac users to get Canon .mxf video into Final Cut Pro 7/X.



1. Canon XF Plugin for Final Cut Pro – Free

Canon XF Plugin for Final Cut Pro is plug-in software for importing video clips captured by compatible camcorders (XF305, XF300, XF105, XF100) into Final Cut Pro. This is free plug-in software for Final Cut Pro. It allows you to use the Log and Transfer function to edit movies captured with the XF camcorders. Users of Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 and later can use it to play back movie clips in all movie formats supported by the compatible models, and to download native or Apple ProRes 422 files. For Final Cut Pro 6.0.3 to Final Cut Pro 7.0.2 users, it is possible to play back all movie clips and download these files in native or Apple ProRes 422 format (excluding files recorded in 50 Mbps (4:2:2) 1280x720/30P, 50 Mbps (4:2:2) 1280x720/25P, and 50 Mbps (4:2:2) 1280x720/24P modes). Canon XF plug-ins are supplied with the XF305 and XF300 for Apple Final Cut Pro and AVID Media Access.

Download Canon XF Plugin for Final Cut Pro

2. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac - $29

There is another third party piece of software that you might try if the Canon XF plugin cannot be installed or does not work properly with some .mxf clips (which is common). Comparing with Canon XF Plugin, the Pavtube Mac MXF Converter supports more MXF file types. It is good at converting MXF recordings shot by Panasonic P2 camcorders, Canon XF series cameras to formats compatible with your video editing software like iMovie, Final Cut Pro (X), Final Cut Express, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, and more. Pavtube Mac MXF Converter is recommended to help you convert XF .mxf to Apple ProRes 422 MOV, allowing editing in Final Cut Pro without going through rendering process. With this tool, you can easily transcode Canon MXF files to Apple ProRes 422/4444, DVCPRO, AIC, DV, Avid DNxHD for using within different editing software, as well as compressing MXF video to smaller MPG, MOV, AVI and MP4 files for playing back in QuickTime and uploading to YouTube.

Get Pavtube MXF converter for Mac

3. XfcpX - Free

This free XfcpX app will get your Canon MXF files into Final Cut Pro X. This re-wraps the MXF media into a .mov format so that FCPX can read the files. No actual conversion takes place. This is donateware by the way.

Get XfcpX

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