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Page 142 Video from a recorded or live presenter. You might record a live presentation directly into Producer. This presentation could feature someone introducing a new product or service, an internal corporate event, an earnings statement, or an online company meeting. The video or audio captured at the event could later be supplemented with PowerPoint slides. Capturing supporting video for your presentations. Your live or recorded video footage might support the message you are trying to convey in your presentation. For example, an automobile maker might want to show video of a new car. Step-by-Step: Capturing Video or Audio The following procedure describes the step-by-step process for capturing video or audio. These two options follow the same basic steps in the wizard. 1. Depending on the capture device you have connected to your computer and the content you are capturing, do one of the following: If you are using a DV camera or analog camera, turn on the device and switch the camera to the playback mode (usually labeled VCR or VTR). If you are using a VCR, make sure the VCR is on. If you are using a DV camera, analog camera, or Web camera to capture live video or audio, turn on the device and switch the DV and analog camera to the correct mode to record live video. If you are using a standalone microphone to capture audio, make sure the microphone is plugged into the appropriate line on your computer, usually labeled Microphone or Mic. 2. Do one of the following to start the Capture Wizard: On the Import or Capture Audio and Video page of the New Presentation Wizard, click Capture. On the Tools menu, click Capture. 3. On the Capture Video, Audio, or Still Images page of the Capture Wizard, choose one of the following capture options, and then click Next: Click Video with audio if you want to capture video with audio. Click Audio only if you want to capture audio only. You can use this option to capture only the audio portion of a video source, if necessary. 4. The next page depends on whether you chose to capture audio and video or audio only. The two different pages that can appear are as follows. After you choose the capture setting, click Next. If you chose to capture video, the Capture Video and Audio page appears, and you can choose capture settings for capturing video with audio. You should choose
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