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Figure 8.2 Starting the Capture Wizard from the Capture command on the Tools menu. Starting the Capture Wizard from the Tools menu enables you to capture new content to your computer for an existing project. For example, you may be editing a project on the timeline and realize that you need to capture additional content to complete the presentation. Instead of having to start your project over (which is what you would have to do if you wanted to use the New Presentation Wizard), you could start the Capture Wizard and then capture the desired content for your project. You would then need to add the new content to the timeline. Except for when you narrate slides with video or audio, captured content is not automatically added to the timeline as it is when you capture audio, video, or still images through the Capture Wizard in the New Presentation Wizard. Using the Capture Wizard The capture option you choose depends on the type of content you want to capture and use in your presentation. Your presentations will often contain a variety of recordings. The capturing options are based on the different types of presentations you can create in Microsoft Producer and the content you need for each. To help you determine which capture option to use, a brief description of the selected capture option appears in the Description area on the Capture Video, Audio, or Still Images page of the Capture Wizard.
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Page 134 Figure 8.3 shows the first page of the Capture Wizard. This page appears whether you start the Capture Wizard through the New Presentation Wizard or through the Capture command on the Tools menu.
Figure 8.3 The first page of the Capture Wizard. As you use the different capture options, you will notice that several pages within the Capture Wizard are repeated, often with only slight differences. This helps make the capturing process simpler because many of the same tasks apply regardless of the capture option you choose. This occurs for common tasks you perform when capturing, such as choosing your capture settings, choosing capture devices, and capturing the actual video and audio to your computer. Most likely, you will use the Capture Wizard more than once while creating a presentation. For example, you may need to first capture audio and video from a Web camera using the Video with audio option. You may then need to capture still images from your computer screen. After you save a captured file, you can then capture more content by using the Back button on the Capture Wizard to go back to the Capture Video, Audio, or Still Images page and selecting the appropriate capture option. On the first page of the Capture Wizard, some capture options may be shaded and cannot be selected. This occurs if you do not have the capture device that is necessary for that specific type of capture. For example, if you do not have a video recording device
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Page 135 installed on your computer, the capture options which include video, such as Narrate slides with video and audio, Video with audio, and Still images from video are shaded and cannot be selected. These options may also appear shaded if you have a capture device attached to your computer, but it is not detected by Producer. The following sections include detailed information about the different capture options you can choose in the Capture Wizard. These sections are organized by the different types of content you can capture. In each of the sections about capture options, you will find the following: Information about the capture options. Brief usage scenarios that provide examples of how the captured content could be used in different types of presentations. Detailed information about the specific page of the wizard with which audio, video, or still images are captured. Step-by-step procedures for using the Capture Wizard to capture the specified type of content. Narrating Slides with Video and Audio Microsoft Producer lets you narrate your slides with audio and video or with audio only, depending on the type of content you want to include in your presentation. When you narrate slides, the narration content is separated into clips that correspond to the individual slides. To use either the Narrate slides with video and audio or Narrate slides with audio capture options, you must first import the slides or still images and add them to the Slide track on the timeline. The video and audio you capture to narrate the slides is synchronized with either the entire slide or an individual slide animation or transition that appears within the slide. You can synchronize the audio and video with the entire slide without animations or transitions by clearing the slide animations and transitions check boxes in the General tab of the Options dialog box before importing the PowerPoint presentation. If you capture video with audio for a narration, your captured file is saved as a Windows Media Video (WMV) file with a .wmv file name extension. If you capture audio only for the narration, then your captured file is saved as a Windows Media Audio (WMA) file with a .wma file name extension. Video clips and their associated audio clips appear on the Video and Audio tracks above the corresponding slide or still image on the Slide track. Likewise, if you narrate your slides with audio only, the corresponding audio clips appear below the slide on the Audio 2 track of the timeline. If you later decide that you need to rearrange the order of the slides, audio, or video on the timeline, you can quickly determine where you need to move the corresponding
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