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Page 168 Adding a Web link lets you display live Web content rather than the static HTML page that appears if you choose to add an HTML file to your presentation. This lets you take full advantage of a live Web site without worrying about whether or not the information is current and updated. By displaying a live Web link, you can easily display live Web content in your presentation along with synchronized slides, audio, video, and other digital media files. Adding Templates to the Timeline The presentation template that is applied to the timeline determines the layout and appearance of the part of the presentation to which the template is applied. When editing a project, you will most likely want to add more than one template to the timeline based on the content you are using. Figure 9.4 shows an example of a project that contains video, audio, slides, and HTML. At the beginning of the presentation, the video is displayed, along with the accompanying slides and HTML file. However, at about 1:05 into the presentation, the video is no longer displayed, and only the audio is played back. Therefore, at about 1:05 on the timeline, another presentation template, Standard Audio Resizable Slides and HTML, was added. With this new template, the presentation only plays back the audio without displaying an empty monitor.
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Figure 9.4 Changing templates in a presentation. In addition to adding one or more of the presentation templates that are installed with Producer, you can also create and add your own customized templates to further enhance the appearance of your final presentation. Creating customized presentation templates is discussed in chapter 12. Removing Files from the Timeline As you are editing your project, you may need to remove files from the timeline. To do this, you can simply select the file you want to remove from the timeline and then remove it by using the Delete command or by pressing the Del key. If you want to remove all of the contents on an individual track on the timeline, you can do so by clicking a file on that track, clicking the Select All command on the Edit menu, and then using the Delete command or pressing the Del key.
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Page 169 Immediately after a file is added to the timeline, you can remove it by using the Undo command. This command removes the last action. In this case, the last action is adding the file to the timeline. There may be times when it is easier to simply start over from scratch. You can quickly remove all the files from the timeline by using the Clear Timeline command on the Edit menu. This lets you clear all of the files from all of the timeline tracks. When you do this, the files are removed from the timeline, but they still appear in the current project. This lets you start rearranging and editing your project from the beginning without needing to start a new project import the content for the current project again. Remember, you can delete files and edit the elements on the timeline as much as you like, and the original files are not affected. A digital media file is removed from the timeline automatically, with the exception of a Web link, if you delete the file from the tree pane or contents pane in the Media tab as well. Furthermore, if you move or delete the original source file, then the digital media file is removed automatically from the timeline as well. Editing Video and Audio Up to this point, this chapter has discussed adding, removing, and positioning digital media on the timeline. However, when fine-tuning a presentation, you may spend the majority of your time focusing on editing the video and audio content. The edits you can make range from trimming the length of files to adding video transitions. In Producer, you can edit video and audio you have imported or captured. By performing quick editing tasks, you can ensure that your audio and video plays back as you want it to in your published presentation. As you are editing audio and video, it is helpful to think about what role the video and audio plays in your presentation. By keeping this general thought in mind, it is easier to determine the edits you need to make to create your dynamic presentation. Trimming Video and Audio Video and audio you import or capture in Producer often contains footage that you do not want to appear in your final presentation. For example, when capturing video of a speaker giving a lecture, the video you capture might contain extra footage you captured during setup, such as instructing the presenter, testing the microphone, and making any other last-minute adjustments before the presenter begins to speak. In this situation, you could trim the extraneous video so that only the actual video and audio of the presenter discussing the topic appears in the final presentation. When you trim video and audio in Producer, you only hide the unwanted parts of the video or audio file the original content of the actual video or audio file you imported or captured remains intact. Therefore, you can experiment with trimming video frames, if you want, and then immediately add the frames back if you do not like the result.
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