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Google Slides now lets you record a presentation with inset video from your webcam. Each recording may be a maximum of 30 minutes long. No longer do you need to turn to a third-party tool or web meeting app, such as Google Meet , to record a presentation. Instead, you can start and finish the task with nothing more than Google Slides on a laptop.

As of March 2024, slide recordings may be made by customers who use Google Workspace Business Standard or Plus; Enterprise Starter, Essentials, Essentials Plus, Standard or Plus; and Education Plus editions.

How to make a basic slide recording in Google Slides

To create a slide recording, you’ll need to use Google Chrome on a computer that has a camera and microphone.

  • Go to Google Slides and open your presentation.
  • Select the Rec button in the upper right area, then select the Record new video button ( Figure A ).

The system will switch to the screen recording interface, with recording controls displayed below your slides. By default, the system will display your inset (picture-in-picture) video in medium size in the lower right corner of a slide, since this portion of a slide is often empty.

Select the Rec button for screen recording in Google Slides.

  • Optionally, before you start recording, you might adjust three settings:

Adjust the default video inset location (lower right) and size (medium) using the controls shown in the red box, or activate speaker notes with the icon indicated by the arrow.

  • Modify the size of the inset video frame. Select the size icon, found to the right of the video inset location icon, then choose either a small, medium or large video frame size.
  • Open speaker notes with the button found to the immediate left of the back slide (<) icon. This will display speaker notes for your reference while recording. (Ideally, you would not need to refer to speaker notes, so that you could instead look directly at the camera as you record.)
  • When you are ready to record, select the large red button at the bottom of the screen.
  • If prompted, you may need to allow access ( Figure C ) to the tab, along with the camera and microphone. For example, when recording on a Chromebook, you may be prompted to “Allow docs.google.com to see this tab?” and “Also allow tab audio.” Select Allow, if prompted.

Allow access to the tab, camera or microphone, if prompted.

In a few cases, you may need to visit the following links in Chrome to adjust permissions for:

  • Camera: chrome://settings/content/camera.
  • Microphone: chrome://settings/content/microphone.
  • A brief countdown should display (i.e., 3, 2, 1), then your recording will begin. Record your video, advancing your slides as desired.
  • To pause recording, press the large red button at the bottom of the screen.
  • Once paused, you may select from two options ( Figure D ):

When you pause or stop a recording, you may either choose to Re-record or Save to Drive, as shown.

After you select Save to Drive, wait a bit until the system indicates the file has been saved. If you leave or close the tab too soon, you may lose your recording.

How to select inset video shapes and sizes

On any slide, you may use the Insert | Speaker spotlight option ( Figure E ), then select a shaped video frame. This inserts a frame where the speaker video will display on that slide. You may reposition or resize the frame: Select the shape, and then drag-and-drop it to move it to a different place on your slide, or select a corner and drag it to resize it.

For custom placement and sizing of the inset video, select Insert | Speaker spotlight.

When you insert a speaker spotlight shape, that supplants the position and size you might have selected on a basic recording. In other words, the speaker’s video will display in one of the corners or the center, and in the small, medium or large shape chosen with the settings — unless you’ve inserted a speaker spotlight shape on a page ( Figure F ). Use the speaker spotlight option to convey the most polished professional effect, since it allows precise control over the shape, size and location of a video frame.

Select a shape, then position it anywhere on your slide. You may resize it as desired.

How to play, share and manage slide recordings

You may access slide recordings within Google Slides on a computer. However, unlike recording, which requires you to use Google Chrome, you may access and play existing recordings within Google Slides on a variety of modern browsers. For example, the following steps all work when you use Google Slides within either Google Chrome or Apple’s Safari browser.

To access recordings associated with a Google Slides presentation, follow these steps.

  • Select the Rec button in the upper right area. The recordings you’ve made of the presentations will display. Importantly, the system shows both the date and duration of each recording.
  • To view, share or download a recording, click anywhere on the playback icon or title of the recording ( Figure G ). It should open in a new tab. Within this tab, you might:
  • Select the Play icon in the center of the video image to play the recording.
  • Select the Share button in the upper right corner of the screen to modify access settings and give other people access to the file.
  • Select the Download icon in the down arrow above a tray icon in the upper right area of the screen to download the file.

Select the Rec button, then click on the name of any saved recording to open it in a new tab for playback, share options or downloading.

  • Select the three dot menu to the right of a listed recording to:
  • Rename a file something other than the default recording title.
  • Remove a previously made recording you no longer need.
  • Copy link and obtain the Google Drive URL for the recorded file.

All Google Slides recordings are stored in a Slides recordings folder on Google Drive. The recordings are saved as .webm files, which is a widely supported web video format. You may easily open and play .webm files on both Apple and Android mobile phones. Any recordings you make using Google Slides should be easy to view on almost any device.

Does the ability to record a presentation within Google Slides streamline your workflow? What sorts of video presentations will you create with this new capability? Mention or message me on X ( @awolber ) to let me know how you use screen recording within Google Slides.

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This tutorial will show you how to teach lessons online by recording a Google slides lesson with audio and video.

Recording your Google Slides presentation is something you might want to do if you have to teach using distance learning and you want to create some digital resources for your students.

So, in this tutorial, I will show you

  • How to record a video of you teaching a lesson using Google Slides.
  • Some free software that you can use to record screencasts.
  • How to upload the video to Google Drive
  • How to get a link to share with your students (if you’re a teacher.)

NOTE: This video is also good if you’re a student:

  • Instead of teaching a lesson, you’re probably recording a presentation for your teacher.
  • At the end, you can use the link to share your video with your teacher to hand in your homework.

Resources you need for this tutorial

A couple of things to know before we start…

  • You need a microphone. Maybe your laptop has a microphone, or maybe you want to wear a headset.
  • The free software to record the screencast (I’ll show you how to get it in a second) and
  • of course you need a Google account.

You do not need a webcam because we’re not doing any video of ourselves. So you can record in your pyjamas or with bed head, and no one will be the wiser.

What software can I use to record a Google Slides presentation (screencast)?

Free screencast software option #1: apowersoft free screen recorder.

I use something called Apowersoft Free Screen Recorder and I use the version from CNET – it’s a very specific download that I use.

I like it because…

  • it’s free (it’s not a trial version.)
  • There is no time limit to how long of a Google Slideshow video that you can record.
  • There’s no watermark.

Of course, because it’s free, it’s a basic version with zero editing features.

(This means you have to record everything in one cut… or use another program or the premium version to edit together your video.)

PRO TEACHER TIP:

  • If you record short teacher videos, it’s easier for you to record and maybe less intimidating for your students to watch (i.e. it’s not too long.)
  • Also, shorter videos with good titles might make it easier for students to find what they’re looking for later on if they want to review a lesson.

Free Screencast Software Option #2: FlashBack Express

I’m going to show you how to get the Apowersoft download from CNET but of course I’m also recording this screencast of me doing a tutorial of a screencast, so the second screen recorder I’m exploring right now is called FlashBack Express.

SIDE NOTE: It seems like it’s a little easier to trim the beginning and end of a video using FlashBack express, but I find it takes longer to save the video, and I have to go in and set the resolution of the recording myself or the video looks kind of pixelated.)

Video Tutorial:

How to record a google slide presentation for distance learning.

Click here to watch the tutorial on YouTube

Okay so let’s go to Google. If I Google Apowersoft Free screen recorder, I get a couple of options.

The first few are from the official website – they’ve updated the software, which is great, but now this version is a free trial version and so it doesn’t have all of the features that the old version used to have.

I want to go to this CNET link which has an old version of the software, and I know this is the one I want because it has a blue camera icon with a red dot. I just click download here to get it from CNET.

I have already installed this, so I’m going to do a demo screencast of this slideshow about critical thinking.

When the software opens up, it’s going to right away show me a region that I can record. I probably want to record just my screen, so present the slideshow and change the bounding area (the recording area) so it just records the size of the slides in my Google slides.

A couple of things:

You want to wait for your Google slides to completely load. There is a loading bar at the bottom of the screens. You can start your slideshow before the loading bar is completely done, but your animations and transitions may look a little bit choppy. I recommend waiting until the Google slides was completely loaded so that your animations look great.

This is the recording toolbar from the screenshot software I’m using.

  • I could go fullscreen and record everything or
  • I can just record a region.

There’s an option for video – you can choose between your WebCam or your screen.

There’s an option for audio – right now I’m just recording my microphone.

You may want to choose the system sound and microphone setting if you have a video playing on your computer (in your lesson) and you want to record the sound from the video and your lesson.

Just be aware, the system sound also includes things like “bing” sound effects – like when your windows open.

Couple of other things on the side here.

  • I have options and I could turn off the recording toolbar once I start recording if I don’t want it in. If you leave it on the screen, it will be part of your slideshow. (Unless you drag it to the side offscreen.)
  • If I click on record (I can see there is) no watermark and the microphone is on.
  • I’m going to click okay and so it counts down and then I can start my lesson.
  • Once it starts recording, I’m going to make sure that I click on the window with the slideshow to make sure that I’m in the slideshow and then I can use the right and left cursor buttons on my keyboard so that I can slide through the slideshow and that way I don’t have to worry about accidentally moving my mouse when I click on the screen to move forwards.

When I stop recording on this video…

  • it will automatically start playing back what it recorded.
  • There’s a save button here.
  • Even though there’s an option here to change and trim out the beginning and the end to get the exact section I want to record, I find that this older version of the software is a little bit glitchy, and sometimes I’ll set it to record a certain part and then it won’t actually record that part it. (It won’t actually trim to that spot.)
  • So, I find it’s best in this free software just to start a presentation right away and then at the end leave a few seconds (of silence) as I end it.

So I’m going to close this – I’m not going to say that version.

I can see my slideshow here. My Google slides is here and the toolbar here is ready to record so I’m gonna hit record and then I’m going to move the toolbar out of the way and I’m gonna start this lesson.

Am I ready yes move that all the way…

SAMPLE LESSON ON CRITICAL THINKING:

Okay, today we’re going to start a unit on critical thinking and before we can talk about critical thinking , I’m just going to ask you a few questions to get your minds on and ready for this lesson.

So, the first “minds on” question is this: What is thinking and what does it mean to think?

So I’m going to get you to pause the video and I’m going to have you jot down on paper or in a Google Docs, what is thinking what does it mean to think?

So, pause the video and jot down some ideas.

Okay, we’re back. So, I’m going to ask you a second “minds on” question and it’s this:

What is critical thinking, and how is critical thinking different from regular thinking?

So, on your jot notes page, jot down a few ideas and pause the video. How is critical thinking, different from regular thinking? Pause the video.

Here is the third, final “minds on” question: How is critical thinking different from being critical of someone else’s ideas?

So, sometimes you might say, oh, that person is criticizing someone. Well, what’s the difference between critical thinking and being critical of someone or someone else’s ideas?

Pause the video and jot down some ideas about how is critical thinking different from criticizing someone.

Pause the video.

Okay, so now that you’ve had a chance to think about critical thinking, I’m going to have you write a paragraph response and I’m going to give you two options.

The first paragraph question is this: Why do we need to think critically?

So, if you choose this option, you look at your jot notes and you write a paragraph. Why do we need to think critically?

Or, option number two: What might happen when we don’t think critically?

So, if you choose the second option, you look at your jot notes from the previous “minds on” questions and you write a paragraph. What might happen when we don’t think critically?

To recap… You’re going to write a paragraph to one of these two questions:

  • Option #1. Why do we need to think critically?
  • Option #2. What might happen when we don’t think critically?

Once you write your paragraph, hand it in and tomorrow in our next lesson, we’re going to be looking at critical thinking.

So I paused this video. Apowersoft is automatically playing back what I had.

I can see that the lesson started around seven seconds.

If I move this scrubber to seven seconds, I can see the time at the beginning.

So if I move my mouse over the blue triangle – It changes into a white line with two arrows. That’s how I know I can move it backwards and forwards.

If I jump to the end of the video – I can see that even though I jumped forwards, the software is a little bit glitchy and it got rid of my blue timeline area.

So what I do is, on a separate piece of paper, I just write down when I want the video lesson to end (in this case at 242)

I know that because at the bottom here in white, it says 242 in the timeline.

At the beginning, I think I want to start around seven seconds. Maybe, I will start it at five.

Click and drag from around five seconds to three minutes.

(It automatically starts playing back my voice so just pause it.)

I’m just going to move my mouse – hover over the blue triangle

I’m gonna move it to around seven seconds to begin with and then at the other and I’m to move it to around 242 (and I know this because I watched the video and then I just wrote down sometimes.)

So now I have this blue area where I’m going to save.

I’m going to hit the save button… save as a video …file and I can play the video

(I’m not entirely sure that cropped any sounds – and I’ve found, sometimes in the past, this software is not great at trimming at the beginning.)

I’m just going to go to the end of the video…

Okay, so that looks pretty good. I’m pretty happy with that.

… If I open the folder to see where it saved it. It shows me this place where it saves all the videos.

It automatically records

  • the first file was just a trial that we had
  • the second one is once it records, it saves the file right away.
  • this top file here – This is the one I want to upload.

So, I’m just going to rename the file. I’m going to call it Minds On Critical Thinking.

I’m going to play it just to double check this is the video I want.

If I go back to the recording software, I have to click done. If I click anywhere else, it will just beep at me. But, if I click done, there’s a couple of options here:

  • this one is to save the file to the cloud. I’m not going to use it. It uploads it to a service that they have here ShowMore. That’s what they’re using. I don’t want to use.
  • I could click this button over here that says share. But, I find I don’t actually use these options. It just opens up the Google Drive and I can do that manually myself.

Okay, so I’m going to hit cancel. So I have saved this. I’m going to close the recording. it automatically goes back to recorder. I’m going to close that software.

I’m going to go to my Google drive.

This is the folder where I want to upload my video.

What I’m gonna do is just drag the video file from the folder where it was saved into Google Drive.

Now it is uploading the file into Google Drive.

I find initially, it may take a few minutes for Google to process the video.

So, if I try to watch it right now, I’ll get this message that says, “hey, we’re processing the video. Check it out later” and later on, it will be fine.

I’m going to just escape and get out of that.

But now that it’s up here in my Google folder, I can get the link to share with somebody.

So if I right–click here on the file name, I can click on share and I can choose some options.

I can get a shareable link up here.

  • I might change it so that only the people in my school can see it.
  • I might change it so that anyone can see it.

If I click on more, I have…

  •  the option to make the video link either public on the Internet or
  • I can make it so that anyone who has the the specific link can find it.

If I choose the top two versions, it means they don’t have to sign in. They can just watch it and that might be what works for you.

Or, you may choose it so that only people at your school or organization can view this.

Or, you might decide, hey, I don’t want that it all. I don’t want to link share and what I can do is then type in people’s names directly and share the video like a normal Google doc.

I’m going to copy this link. And now if I open a new window, if I pasted the link in here, the video will show.

This was the link that I would share with my students or with my teacher.

So that was a tutorial on how to record a Google slide presentation that includes audio and video.

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How to Record a Google Slides Presentation (with Audio & Video)

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Whether you’re teaching an online class or having an important meeting, recording your Google Slides presentation can come in handy later for your or your students’ reference.

Stay with us as we break down how to record a Google Slides presentation with audio and video using free software.

  • 1.1 Step #1: Ensure You Have the Required Resources
  • 1.2 Step #2: Install Required Software
  • 1.3 Step #3: Run the Tool
  • 1.4 Step #4: Set Up Your Presentation
  • 1.5 Step #5: Prepare to Record
  • 1.6 Step #6: Start Recording
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How to Record a Google Slides Presentation (with Audio & Video)

Before you can begin recording your Google Slides presentation, you will need a few things:

Step #1: Ensure You Have the Required Resources

  • A microphone (you can use your laptop’s mic or wear a headset)
  • Recording software (we touch on this in the coming section)
  • A Google account

Step #2: Install Required Software

There are several software tools available online for free that you can use to record a Google Slides presentation. For the sake of ease and clarity, we use Apowersoft, a free tool that you can download from CNET .  

After downloading the executable, double click on it to run it and complete the wizard to install.

how to record google slides presentation with video

We recommend using this tool because it is 100% free to use and does not limit how much of your presentation you can record. 

While an earlier version of the tool did not add a watermark to recorded videos, in the new version, you will have to sign up with Apowersoft to record videos without a watermark.

It’s important to remember that the basic tool does not offer any editing features. In other words, you will need to record your presentation in one take or use another editing program to piece together the clips of your presentation.

If you’re a teacher, we recommend recording short videos since they’re convenient to make and also easier for students to watch. 

Step #3: Run the Tool

When you launch Apowersoft Free Screen Recorder, it will show you the region you can record with the tool right away.

how to record google slides presentation with video

You can change the region the tool will record by moving the recording area around by clicking and dragging the button in the middle. You can alter the bounds of the recording area by simply dragging the bounds as you please.

Alternatively, you can click on the “Full Screen” icon on the panel on the bottom. Since you need to record a Google Slides presentation, this is the button you want to click.

It’s also important to set up the tool correctly before proceeding to the next steps. If you look at the Apowersoft recorder’s panel, you will find video and audio options next to the record button on the left.

How to Record a Google Slides Presentation

Ensure that the tool is set to record your screen and not your webcam and that the tool is recording audio from the correct microphone. 

Note that if there is a video in your slideshow, you will need to record the sound from your computer. 

Remember that choosing to record the system’s sounds also means that your computer’s error sounds (“bing”) and all other system sounds may also be recorded.

Step #4: Set Up Your Presentation

Before you can start recording, navigate to slides.google.com and find your presentation. Next, click on the “Slideshow” button in the top right corner. This will display the presentation in full-screen mode. 

how to record google slides presentation with video

It’s important to ensure that your slides on Google slides load completely before you start recording. If all the slides aren’t fully loaded, the transitions from slide to slide may look choppy in your recording.

Step #5: Prepare to Record

When both the recording tool and your presentation are ready, you can hit the record button on the panel. Clicking the button will make a popup appear. If you have logged into your Apowersoft account, it will record without a watermark.

You will also see the hotkeys you can use to control the recording in the popup.

how to record google slides presentation with video

If you hit the “OK” button, a 3-second countdown timer will appear before the tool starts recording. If you don’t want the Apowersoft recorder’s panel to appear in your recording, like in the following image:

how to record google slides presentation with video

You will need to navigate to the options menu by clicking on the three dots button on the right side of the panel.

how to record google slides presentation with video

You can then toggle the “Show recording toolbar” option off from the options menu. 

how to record google slides presentation with video

You can also change several other settings from this menu, including the recording format and the “Record” and “Stop Recording” keyboard shortcuts.

Step #6: Start Recording

Navigate to your slideshow window and click the “Rec” button. The tool will start recording after the countdown. You can go through the slides by pressing the right and left buttons. 

One of the most useful features of this tool is that it allows you to pause recording at certain points if you need a moment to proceed to your next talking point.

If you’ve left the recording panel enabled, you can use it to pause the recording whenever you want. 

Alternatively, you can press Ctrl-Alt-F3 to pause the recording. After you’ve caught up with the talking points or taken a moment to focus, you can press Ctrl-Alt-F1 to start the recording again.

After you finish recording the slideshow, press Ctrl-Alt-F2 to stop recording. The tool will then automatically start playing the video you recorded, and you can go through it.

You can use the handles on the extreme left and right of the player to trim the beginning and end of the video. 

how to record google slides presentation with video

However, we suggest that you do not do any trimming with this software since it sometimes ruins the recording by not trimming at the correct point.

If you’re satisfied with the recording, click on the “Save” button on the bottom right to save the video.

A menu with a default name for the recording and the folder where it’ll be saved will open up.

how to record google slides presentation with video

You can rename the file from this menu without any hassle. You can also select where you want to save the video from the “Open Folder” button.

If you’ve signed up with Apowersoft, they will offer you free cloud storage to save your videos. You can upload the video directly to the cloud storage by clicking on the “Upload to the cloud” button in the Save menu. 

Alternatively, you can upload the video you recorded straight to YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, or Dropbox by clicking the “Cloud” button instead of the “Save” button.

how to record google slides presentation with video

If you are a teacher, saving the video to Google Drive may be the right way to go. You can easily share the video with your students by making the video sharable and sending them the link to the file.

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While there are many ways to record a Google Slides presentation, using the Apowersoft free video recorder is one of the easiest ways to go about it.

The software is quite intuitive, and you should be able to figure out what buttons perform which function without expressly reading through this guide.

That being said, learning all the functions before you begin using the tool is an excellent way to ensure you get the most out of the tool and make a solid recording for your future reference or for your students.

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Recording your presentation can be a very powerful move, as you don’t want to embarrass yourself in front of your audience. Instead of relying on your “inner feelings”, you can check how you sound, how you look, what gestures you make, and how well you play with words and details.

For this guide, we will use some of the most popular online tools on the market (Panopto and Loom) and some totally free options for Windows and Mac computers.

Article overview: 1. Why do people record their presentations? 2. How to record a presentation on Google Slides using Panopto? 3. How to record a presentation on Google Slides using Loom? 4. How to record a presentation on Google Slides using Microsoft Windows? 5. How to record a presentation on Google Slides on a Mac? 6. Other tools you can try

1. Why do people record their presentations?

There is a reason why people record their presentations. Unfortunately, you don’t know how your voice will sound or articulate when you are presenting. In such situations, it will be best to record your presentation to see if there is something you need to change before doing it live. Also, recording your presentations is a very good way to remember what you are about to say. But let’s see the main use cases when recording your Google Slides presentation will make great sense:

  • Practice your presentation skills  – you can’t hear yourself while talking. That is why recording your voice might be a good indicator of how you present. Is your tone of voice smooth? Do you need to raise it? Are you mumbling or “like”-ing? Recordings can help you identify problems in advance.
  • Save valuable time – instead of recording each lecture, you can save your efforts once, and later sent them.
  • When you have stage fright – not everyone has the natural confidence of Elon Musk. If you are a shy person who gets terrified when speaking in front of huge audiences, recording your presentation is a great move.
  • Avoid distractions  – during live presentations, interruptions are more common which can affect your flow. A recording of your presentation at home can later be sent as a follow-up.

2. How to record a presentation on Google Slides using Panopto?

There are plenty of tools that could be utilized, so feel free to use anything which you might find suitable. Panopto is a good option since it doesn’t require us to download a software extension, and it has a free plan which is more than enough for starters. Your videos are also stored on Panopto’s drive, so you will avoid issues with cluttering your computer or mobile device.

✔️ Panopto is very easy to use.

✔️ The software is cloud-hosted.

✔️ Speech and OCR (optical character recognition).

❌ Pricing model is scaling.

❌ Slow rendering process.

❌ Issues with captions.

Step 1. Open Panopto.com

When you open the website, you will see there are plenty of options out there.

Step 2. Click on “Record”

Once you’ve opened the website, click on the big red button “Record” (next to Company and before Get Started ).

Record button in Panopto

Step 3. Select your Audio, Video, and Screen Options

The browser will ask for permission, so make sure you grant Panopto access to your webcam(s) and audio source(s). Usually, if you don’t have more than one source, they will be launched by default.

Recording menu in Panopto

Step 4. Choose what to share

Now, you have to click on Screens and Apps , and select your preferred option.

Entire screen (if you have 2 or more, you can either select one of the screens or all of them), a Window , or a Chrome Tab .

Share video recorded with Panopto

Step 5. Fix the settings

When you click on the “Settings” button (in the bottom right corner), there will be a menu that you can access.

Video settings in Panopto

Step 6. Start recording

Click on the big circle in the center to start recording.

Start recording Google Slides presentation in Panopto

Step 7. Save your recording

Once you end your recording, you can send it to Panopto , YouTube , Classroom , or download it on your computer.

Panopto - save recorded presentation

3. How to record a presentation using Loom?

Loom is among the most used recording pieces of software globally. It is great for teamwork and has a lot of collaboration tools. Let’s see where it shines.

✔️ It is very easy to use.

✔️ You can share the videos with a single click.

✔️ Developers are constantly updating the app.

❌ The 5-minute free plan is not enough for long projects.

❌ It renders the videos slowly.

❌Lack of options to insert tags and notes in a video.

Step 1. Open Loom.com

The first step is to launch Loom. Just like Panopto, it’s an online-based service, so you don’t have to download or install anything.

Step 2. Sign up

Now, you have to open an account. The good news is you can use your Google Account to log in.

Step 3. Enter the recording settings

In order to start recording, click on New Video , and then from the dropdown menu select Record a video .

Record Google Slides presentation with Loom

Step 4. Start the recording

Once you have selected whether or not you will use your Screen, Camera (or both), you can add some specific options and start recording. You’re limited to five minutes on the free plan, so don’t waste much time.

Loom Start Recording Settings

Step 5. Pause/Finish the recording

On the bottom left corner, you will have the option to pause or finish (the red square button) the recording. Before saving, you will have the options to Trim the Video, change the title (Loom | Free Screen & Video Recording Software – Day/Month/Year is by default), and make some Video Preferences.

Step 6. Share the video

Share recorded presentation

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4. How to record a presentation using Microsoft Windows?

There is also a free way to record presentations on your Windows computer. If you use Windows 10 or 11, this might be a good option.

✔️ You don’t have a record limit (as long as you have memory).

✔️ It is totally free forever.

❌ It is a very basic recording option.

Step 1. Open Game Bar

Many of you may seem surprised, but Windows has a built-in recording tool. It’s called Game Bar. To access it, you need to press the WIN + G . Of course, make sure it is enabled first.

Step 2. Click on “Capture”

The Capture button is next to the sound button. It will unlock you with the option to record.

Open screen recording function in Windows

Step 3. Click on “Record”

Click on the Record button which is the third from left to right. You can also start recording with Win + Alt + R .

Record settings in windows

Step 4. Record your clip

Now, you can freely record your clip.

Step 5. Delete or save the clip

Once you have filmed your presentation, you can either go to the folder where your file is stored, or delete it.

5. How to record a video on a Mac?

Last but not least, we have another free option for Apple users.

✔️ QuickTime is free forever.

✔️ There are plenty of recording options.

✔️ You can record an unlimited time.

❌ You are storing the files on your Mac.

❌ Not available on desktop PCs for free.

Step 1. Open QuickTime

The first thing you need to do is open your QuickTime.

Step 2. Click on File -> New Screen Recording

Once you’ve opened QuickTime, you have to select File -> New Screen Recording .

Step 3. Select what portion you would like to be recorded

There are several options that you can choose from.

record screen settings in Quicktime

Step 4. Start recording

After you have selected what portion of your screen you will record, you are free to start recording your screen. You have plenty of options for convenience, such as a timer, built-in microphone, where to save the recording, etc.

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6. Other recording tools

Of course, these 4 are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many more apps that also deserve attention but couldn’t rank higher on our list. Let’s see which they are:

  • Zoom  – Zoom is one of the most popular presentation software on the market, and the only reason it doesn’t appear here is because of its significance. We have prepared a separate tutorial on how to record a presentation in Zoom .
  • AnyMeeting  – it’s a very powerful presentation recording software. However, over the past few years, it lost some of its sheer power and it got passed by different platforms that offer much more versatility at more affordable prices.
  • Camtasia  – what we love about Camtasia is that you can create a next-level video experience. The cross-platform functionality is a great addition. However, it seems too hard for small tasks and the $300 purchase is not the value we are looking for here.
  • OBS Studio  – it’s a top solution for cross-platform live streaming. It has high-end functionalities and it is open-source. That’s great but there’s a catch – it’s too complicated for the average user.
  • Debut – Debut is a great free tool that allows webcam recording and presentation recordings, too. However, it’s not compatible with any other OS than Windows, and the user interface looks dull.
  • Screencast-O-Matic  – it’s a very simple and effective tool but you need to pay a decent amount of money to get value out of the app. The free version doesn’t support HD recordings which limits its capabilities a lot.

Many people wonder how to record a presentation on Google Slides. Fortunately, there are many programs, and you can easily switch to anything you want. We have found that QuickTime and the Game Bar are amazing options for unlimited recording which also comes for free. However, if you’d like to upload your content online with a click of a button, you might fight Panopto and Loom better.

If you liked our presentation about screen recording, you can find these tutorials helpful, too:

  • How to Write Scannable Content? Step-by-Step Guide
  • How to Convert Your PowerPoint Presentation into Google Slides
  • How to Start and End a Presentation: 10 Practical Tips to Grab Attention and Make an Impact

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How to Record a Presentation on Google Slides

Recording a presentation can be an excellent way to share information asynchronously, ensure consistent delivery, or prepare for a virtual audience.

While Google Slides is a widely used tool for creating presentations, it does not have a built-in feature to record presentations directly. However, there are effective ways to record your Google Slides presentation, including narration, using various tools and techniques.

This guide will walk you through the process and share some best practices to ensure a professional and engaging recording.

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Step 1: Preparing Your Google Slides Presentation

Ensure that your presentation is complete with all the necessary content, animations, and transitions. It’s important to rehearse and familiarize yourself with the flow of the presentation.

If you plan to include narration, use the speaker notes section at the bottom of each slide to jot down key points or a script for your presentation.

Step 2: Choosing a Screen Recording Tool

Since Google Slides does not natively support recording, you will need to use a screen recording tool.

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Choose a screen recording tool that suits your needs. Popular options include Loom , ScreenPal , and OBS Studio . Many of these tools offer free versions with basic features.

Before recording your presentation, spend some time getting to know the screen recording software. Learn how to start and stop recording, how to include your webcam (if desired), and how to capture audio.

Step 3: Setting Up for Recording

Proper setup is crucial for a high-quality recording.

Check Your Microphone and Webcam

If you are including narration or a video of yourself, ensure that your microphone and webcam are working properly. Do a test recording to check the audio and video quality.

Eliminate Distractions and Interruptions

Record in a quiet, well-lit room. Turn off notifications and other potential interruptions on your computer to ensure a smooth recording.

Step 4: Recording Your Presentation

Now you’re ready to record your presentation.

1. Open Your Presentation

recording google slides presentation 1

Launch your Google Slides presentation and open the screen recording tool. You may have to sign-in to your account, depending on which screen recording tool you use.

2. Start Recording

recording google slides presentation 2

Begin the recording following the screen recorder’s instructions. For example, when you open Loom, it gives you an interface with several options for recording your presentation.

You can choose whether to record fullscreen or a specific window, include your webcam, and much more.

Once you hit the Start Recording button, it will even give you a countdown to begin the recording. But that feature is only available in Loom.

It’s usually a good practice to wait a few seconds before starting your presentation to ensure the recording captures everything.

3. Deliver Your Presentation

Go through your slides at a steady pace. Use your speaker notes as a guide, but try to sound natural and engaging.

4. End the Recording

Once you’ve reached the end of your presentation, pause for a few seconds and then stop the recording. Save the file in your preferred format and location.

Step 5: Editing and Sharing Your Recorded Presentation

After recording, you might want to edit your presentation for a polished look.

Edit the Recording

Use video editing software to trim the start and end of the recording, remove any mistakes, or add additional elements like music or text overlays.

Free video editing apps like Clipchamp and CapCut are perfect for these simple projects.

Share Your Presentation (Optional)

Upload your recorded presentation to a video-sharing platform like YouTube, Vimeo, or Google Drive, and share the link with your audience.

Some screen recording tools, like Loom, allow you to host your videos and share directly from the platform as well.

Tips for a Successful Google Slides Recording

1. practice makes perfect.

Before hitting the record button, practice your presentation several times. This will help you speak more fluently, maintain a good pace, and reduce the number of pauses or errors during the actual recording.

2. Control Your Speaking Volume and Speed

Speak clearly and at a moderate pace. Avoid speaking too quickly, as this can make it difficult for your audience to follow along. Also, modulate your voice to emphasize key points and keep the presentation dynamic.

3. Test Audio and Video Quality

Do a trial recording to check the audio and video quality. Make sure there’s no background noise, and the microphone is picking up your voice clearly. If using a webcam, check the lighting and camera angle.

4. Utilize Editing to Refine Your Presentation

Post-recording editing can significantly enhance the quality of your presentation. Use editing tools to trim unnecessary parts, correct errors, or add additional visual elements like captions or transition effects.

5. Be Conscious of File Size and Format

Larger video files can be difficult to share and may not be easily accessible to all audience members. Optimize your video for a smaller file size without significantly compromising quality. Also, choose a widely compatible video format like MP4.

6. Plan for Audience Questions

If your recorded presentation is part of a larger event, plan for a live Q&A session afterward or provide a way for viewers to submit questions, such as through a form or email.

In Conclusion

Recording a Google Slides presentation might seem daunting at first, but with the right tools and preparation, it can be a straightforward and rewarding process. By following these steps and best practices, you can create a professional and engaging presentation that resonates with your audience, regardless of where or when they view it.

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How to Record a Presentation on Google Slides?

Remote presenting is crucial in the modern business landscape, offering the flexibility to engage audiences globally. It enhances accessibility, allowing seamless communication regardless of geographical barriers. Occasionally, you may record Google Slides presentations to report data related to your teamwork when working remotely, among other uses. 

While presenting remotely, if you record a Google Slides presentation, you can use it repeatedly for various purposes. Business professionals can use the recordings to take specific notes for improvement. Teachers can share the videos with students for study purposes. You can utilize the recorded presentation as a YouTube instructional or demonstration. Participants who missed the live webinar can also access the recording. For all of these purposes, recording a Google Slides presentation is essential. This blog will help you understand how to record on Google Slides presentations from anywhere, anytime.

Can you Record a Presentation On Google Slides?

Being able to record a presentation on Google Slides itself is an effortless way to store and document data for future purposes. However, as of now, Google Slides does not have a feature that allows you to do so. Although you can record a presentation if you are working on Google Chrome Browsers, users prefer to utilize other tools. Such tools will allow you to record both audio and video alongside your face and the slide deck.

What Tools Can be Used to Record Google Slides Presentations?

It’s necessary to employ screen recording software to record a Google Slides presentation. The prerequisites include a Google account and a recording platform, with additional requirements such as a webcam or microphone depending on your device and desired audio/video quality. 

  • Screen Recorder Software: Register or download screen recorder software to capture the video or audio during your presentation. Some viable options for recording software are: Riverside (free and paid), Yawcam (free, available only on Windows), VLC Media Player (free), QuickTime Player(for MAC users), and Windows 10 users have the Windows Camera app.
  • External Mic: If your device lacks an internal microphone or you aim for higher-quality audio, consider obtaining an external computer microphone for use during your presentation. 
  • Webcam: If your device’s video quality is insufficient, invest in an external webcam or connect a DSLR camera for superior video footage.

NOTE: Each platform may have different settings and features, including editing capabilities for audio and video files, as well as options for capturing the webcam.

Follow the steps below to record a Google Slides presentation:

  • Install a screen recording extension.
  • Set up your screen recorder, open your Google Slides, and select the presentation you want to record.
  • Go to “View” and click on “Slideshow”. 
  • Go to the screen recorder and choose “Only Screen”, then select “None” to just record the screen.
  • A window will be displayed. In the “Entire Screen” > select the presentation tab > click on the “Share” button.
  • Start your presentation. You can hide the screen recording prompt by hitting the “hide” button.

TIP: If you are recording without audio, give the viewers sufficient time to read the slide before switching to the next slide.

How to Record a Presentation on Google Slides

ALSO READ : How To Screen Record A PowerPoint Presentation?

With the above steps, you can easily record over Google Slides presentation. Although Google Slides does not allow you to record audio and video, you may save the presentation using a webcam and screen recording software. 

How to Record a Presentation on Google Slides with Audio and Video?

Google Slides doesn’t have a built-in feature to record presentations with audio and video directly. However, you can use external tools and services. Here’s how to record presentations in Google Slides with audio and video:

  • Set up your screen recorder and open the Google Slides presentation that you wish to record.
  • Go to the screen recorder, choose “Only Screen,” then select “System” to record audio. You can choose any option that suits best for your presentation.
  • Go back to your presentation and click on “Slideshow,” open your screen recorder and click on “Screen Recording”.
  • A window will be displayed. In the “Entire Screen” > select the presentation tab > enable “Also share system audio” > click on the “Share” button.
  • Once you start to record over Google Slides, you can hide the screen recording prompt by hitting the “hide” button.
  • After you’ve finished recording your presentation, click on “Stop sharing,” and a preview window will be displayed.
  • View the preview, and if satisfactory, hit the “Save” button to save the recorded screen. The recorded screen will be saved in your computer downloads folder.

TIP: You can choose any other screen recorder software to record Google Slides presentation with audio and video .

How to Record a Presentation on Google Slides with Audio and Video

Knowing how to record a Google Slides presentation is useful in the age of distant communication, whether you’re a business professional, an educator, or a content creator. Seize the chance that recording presentations helps to establish a connection with your audience across distances. By being proficient in recording presentations, you can improve your capacity to impart knowledge and facilitate efficient distant communication. 

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Can you record a presentation on Google Slides?

Google Slides do not offer an in-built feature to record a presentation. Instead, you can opt for external recording software like Riverside, Clipchamp, VLC media player, etc.

Can I edit my recorded Google Slides presentation afterward?

Absolutely. You can use video editing software to trim, enhance, or add elements to your recorded presentation.

Can I share my recorded presentation with others who don't have a Google account?

Yes, the recording is usually saved in a standard format like MP4, making it easily shareable with anyone, regardless of their Google account status.

Is there a time limit for recording a Google Slides presentation?

The time limit may depend on the screen recording tool you use. Most of the software doesn’t have any time limit.

Can I record a live audience during a presentation using Google Slides?

Google Slides doesn’t have a feature for recording a live audience. Riverside is a good tool for recording videos with live audiences.

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How to Turn Google Slides Into a Video [4 Easy Ways]

  • Last updated June 5, 2023

Google Slides is a great presentation tool that offers a lot of features like auto-play  and object and slide animations. However, one feature it’s lacking is the ability to convert the slides into a video.

Converting your PowerPoint to video is a great way to preserve and share your presentation, especially if you’re doing it for an online class. Unlike PowerPoint, Google Slides doesn’t allow you to export the slides as video.

However, it is possible to do it, and in this tutorial, we’ll show you how to turn Google Slides into a video in 4 different ways.

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How to Convert Google Slides to Video

Here’s how to save a Google Slides presentation as a video:

  • Use the keyboard shortcut  Win + G to open the screen recorder settings
  • Click on the mic icon to unmute and be able to record the sound.
  • Open your Google Slides presentation in a web browser.
  • Adjust the browser window size to fit the desired video dimensions.
  • Click Slideshow and go into Presentation mode.
  • Use the keyboard shortcut Win + Alt + R  to start the screen recording.

Make sure that the mic is not muted so that you can record sound.

  • Start your presentation by going through each slide as you would during a regular presentation.
  • Click the Square icon to stop the screen recording.
  • Go to your file explorer to access the video.

How to Turn Google Slides Into a Video

In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you 4 methods for how to make Google Slides into a video:

  • Using the screen recorder
  • Exporting to Powerpoint
  • Using the Creator Studio add-on
  • Using a video editor

Method 1: Using the Screen Recorder

For the first method, you can use a screen recorder to convert your Google Slides into a video. Most devices come with an inbuilt screen recorder, and you can access this in the Start Window or by using the keyboard shortcut Win + Alt + R for Windows.

You can also record sound with your screen recorder, but you might need to set it up first. If you want to turn your Google Slides presentation into a video using screen recording, follow these steps::

Step 1: Use the keyboard shortcut Win + G  to open the screen recorder settings

Step 2: Click on the mic icon to unmute and be able to record the sound.

Click on the mic icon to unmute and be able to record the sound.

Step 3: Open your Google Slides presentation in a web browser.

Open your Google Slides presentation in a web browser.

Step 4: Adjust the browser window size to fit the desired video dimensions.

Step 5: Click Slideshow and choose Start from the beginning to go into Presentation mode.

Click Slideshow and go into Presentation mode.

Step 6: Use the keyboard shortcut Win + Alt + R to start the screen recording.

Screen recorder bar

Step 7: Start your presentation by going through each slide as you would during a regular presentation.

Step 8: Once you have finished recording the entire presentation, Click the Square icon to stop the screen recording.

Stop the recording

Step 9: Go to your file explorer to access the video. Usually, after stopping the recording, a green bar will appear that should take you to the video, but if you miss this, you can go to your file explorers and open the video. You’ll most likely find the video in the folder named Captures .

Make sure to speak clearly and confidently, providing narration or explanations as you go through the slides. Use the screen recording software’s editing capabilities to trim the video, remove any unwanted sections, or make any necessary adjustments.

Once you’re done editing, you can export the edited video in your preferred video formats , such as MP4.

Method 2: Using Powerpoint

Unlike Google Sheets, Microsoft Powerpoint can actually export a presentation as a video , so if you have your presentation in Google Slides, you can convert it to Powerpoint  and then export it as a video.

Here’s how to turn a Google Slide into a video using Powerpoint:

Step 1: Open your Google Slides presentation in your web browser.

Step 2: Go to File > Download and choose Microsoft Powerpoint .

Download as PPTx file

Step 3: Open Microsoft PowerPoint on your computer.

Step 4: Go to the File >   Open and locate the file on your PC.

Step 5: Once the file is open, go to File >   Export .

Once the file is open, go to File > Export.

Step 6: Set the video setting, then click Create Video .

Set the video setting, then click Create Video.

Step 7: Specify the file name, location, and format for your video.

Step 8: Click Save  to start the conversion process.

Step 9: Once you’re done, you can use a video editor to add voiceover to the video.

Related: how to convert PowerPoint to Google Slides

Method 3: Using the Creator Studio Add-On

The Creator Studio add-on is a powerful tool designed to enhance your experience with Google Slides.

Follow the steps below to download Google Slides as video:

Step 1: Go to Extensions >   Add-ons.

Step 2: Click  Get add-ons.

Click Get add-ons.

Step 3: Type Creator Studio in the Google marketplace window to search.

Type Creator Studio in the Google marketplace window to search.

Step 4:  Click Install .

Click Install.

Step 5: Allow permissions for Creator Studio by signing in to your Google account.

Permissions prompt for Creator Studio

Step 6: Go to Extensions.

Step 7: Click on  Creator Studio  and choose Create Video.

Click on Creator Studio and choose Create Video.

Step 8: Input the setting for the video, and if you have pre-recorded audio, you can add it by choosing the option Video with audio .

Creator studio side bar in Google slides

Step 9: Click Go .

Step 10: Once the video has been rendered, click the download icon to download it to your device.

Click the download icon to download it to your device.

Voila! You now have your Google Slide converted into a video on your device. However, keep in mind that the option for Video with Audio is a paid-for option and will be unavailable once the trial period ends.

Method 4: Using a Video Editor

This method will require you to download your Google Slides as images. You can use any editor you’re familiar with or have access to. Some good video editors include Adobe, Da Vinci, and Shotcut.

You can download any one of these video editor tools

Here’s how to make a video with Google Slides using a video editor:

Step 1: Go to File >   Download.

Step 2: Choose either the JPEG image  or Png image format.

Choose either the JPEG image or Png image format.

Step 3 : Choose the file location and save. You can also create a new folder for the images.

Find the File

Step 4:  Repeat the process for all the other Slides.

Step 5:  Record the voice-over for the presentation using your device’s recorder and save the file.

Step 6: Open your video editor. In this tutorial, we’ll be using Shotcut.

Step 7: Import your images into the video editor. In Shotcut, you can simply drag and drop the image files.

Image files in Shotcut video editor

Step 8:  Import your audio into the video editor.

Audio in Shotcut video editor

Step 9:  Align the images and the audio. You can also play around with effects and transitions.

Step 10:  Export the video.

Export file window

Although this method is probably longer than the other methods and may require some editing skills, it’s also more customizable, and you can play with things like transitions between your slides and effects depending on the video editor you’re using.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to turn a google slides into a video with voiceover.

To save Google Slides as video:

  • Use the keyboard shortcut  Win + G to open the screen recorder settings.

What Is the Best Way to Convert Google Slides Into a Video?

The best way to turn Google Slides into video is by using the screen recorder. You can start your presentation as usual and turn on the screen recorder to record the whole presentation on your screen. Make sure to turn on the mic so that the screen recorder can record your voice as well.

This method is easier than exporting the slides and adding the audio later. However, the quality might not be the greatest.

Can a Google Slides Presentation Be Used as a Video File?

Not directly, but with some manipulation, yes, Google Slides presentations can be used as video files. While Google Slides does not have a direct built-in feature to export presentations as video files, you can still convert your Google Slides into video format using the other methods listed in this article.

Wrapping Up

Converting Google Slides into videos expands your options for sharing and presenting your content dynamically.

It also allows you to preserve your presentation and share it on Youtube and other places. In this tutorial, we’ve shown you how to turn Google Slide into a video in 4 different ways.

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If you're using Google Slides on a computer browser, you can easily insert videos using the "Insert" menu. You can put videos from YouTube, Google Drive, or a non-YouTube video from a different website. Here's how to add videos to Google Slides on your desktop computer.

Things You Should Know

  • To add videos to a Google Slides presentation, click "Insert" → "Video" → copy and paste a link or search YouTube.
  • You can also click "Google Drive" to browse and insert a video from your Drive.
  • While you can't add videos on the Google Slides app, you can still insert images and photos.

Step 1 Open a project in Google Slides.

  • If you aren't already logged in, click Sign in to do so now or create an account .
  • This feature isn't available on the mobile version of Google Slides. However, you can still add photos on the app.

Step 2 Click a slide.

  • You can also search for YouTube videos directly in the field; just enter some keywords. [1] X Research source
  • Alternatively, click Google Drive to insert a video file saved to your Drive . Select a file, and then click Insert .

Step 6 Select the video and click Insert.

  • If you want a specific part of the video to play, enter the Start and End time.
  • Click and drag the video to move it to a different location.
  • Click and drag a corner to resize the video.

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How to Insert Video into Google Slides: A Step-by-Step Guide

Inserting a video into Google Slides is a simple process that can add a dynamic element to your presentation. With just a few clicks, you can embed a video from YouTube or upload one from your computer directly into your slide. This can be a great way to engage your audience and illustrate your points more effectively.

Step by Step Tutorial: How to Insert Video into Google Slides

Before we dive into the steps, it’s important to know that adding a video to your Google Slides can enhance your presentation by providing visual and auditory stimulation for your audience. It can also help to break up the monotony of text-heavy slides.

Step 1: Open your Google Slides presentation

Open the presentation where you want to insert the video.

This step is pretty straightforward. Just make sure you’re logged into your Google account and open the specific presentation you’re working on.

Step 2: Select the slide where you want the video

Click on the slide where you want the video to appear.

You can add a video to any slide in your presentation. Just click on the slide in the left-hand sidebar to select it.

Step 3: Click on the "Insert" menu

From the top menu, click on "Insert".

The "Insert" menu is where you’ll find all the options for adding different elements to your slides, including text boxes, images, and, of course, videos.

Step 4: Choose "Video"

Select "Video" from the drop-down menu.

After clicking "Video," you’ll have the option to add a video from YouTube, by URL, or from your Google Drive.

Step 5: Insert the video

Choose a video from YouTube, by URL, or from your Google Drive and click "Select".

If you’re inserting a YouTube video, you can search for it directly in the dialog box, or paste in the URL. If you’re uploading from your computer, navigate to the file you want to use and click "Open."

After you complete these steps, the video will appear on your selected slide. You can click and drag to move it or use the corner handles to resize it.

Tips: Optimizing Video for Google Slides

  • Make sure your video is in a supported format, such as MP4 or MOV.
  • Keep your video file size manageable to avoid slow playback.
  • Check the video’s audio levels to ensure it’s not too loud or too quiet.
  • Use videos that are relevant and add value to your presentation.
  • Test the video playback before your presentation to avoid any technical difficulties.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do i play the video during the presentation.

Click on the video in your slide, and then click the play button that appears in the middle of the video.

Can I trim the video in Google Slides?

No, Google Slides does not currently have a feature to trim videos. You will need to edit the video before uploading it to your slide.

What video file formats are supported?

Google Slides supports most video file formats, including MP4, MPEG, AVI, and MOV.

Can I add a video from my Google Drive?

Yes, you can insert a video that’s stored in your Google Drive.

Can I use a video that is not from YouTube?

Yes, you can use videos from other sources as long as you have the file and it’s in a supported format.

  • Open your Google Slides presentation.
  • Select the slide where you want the video.
  • Click on the "Insert" menu.
  • Choose "Video".
  • Insert the video.

Inserting videos into Google Slides can really spice up your presentation and keep your audience interested. Whether it’s a clip from YouTube, a video you’ve created, or something you’ve found online, it’s a great way to add multimedia elements to your slides. Just remember to check the video format and file size before you add it to your presentation, and always check to make sure it plays properly. With these tips and steps, you’ll be able to enhance your Google Slides presentations with dynamic video content that captivates your audience. And remember, if you have any issues, the frequently asked questions section might just have the answer you’re looking for. Happy presenting!

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How to record audio on Google Slides

Google Slides is an excellent tool for creating presentations fast and sharing them online. If you want to jazz up your presentations and make them a little more interesting, then knowing how to record audio on Google Slides can make the process a whole lot easier.

What You Need

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If you are looking for a way to automatically start an audio file for a particular slide, you may have noticed that Google Slides has no quick built-in recording option. But with the right online tools, you can still put one together quickly to help with demos, voiceovers, description sounds, and more. Here’s how.

How do you record your voice on Google Slides?

If you’ve never used Slides before, you can visit this webpage to get started quickly. Choose the blank slide to begin a new slideshow, or access another Slides presentation that’s been shared with you in Google Drive. When you’ve navigated to a slide that needs an audio effect, you’re ready to begin.

Step 1: Slides doesn’t have a built-in audio recorder, but that’s not a huge concern when the internet is filled with free recorder tools. As long as you have a mic, you can create an audio file to use in Slides.

If this is a one-time audio recording for a presentation, we suggest using the super-speedy Rev Online Voice Recorder , where you simply select Record , give the site permission, and start talking. If you’re going to be creating a lot of audio files over time, then you may prefer to install the ChromeMP3 Recorder extension from Hablacloud.

If you aren’t recording something but rather using an existing clip, make sure it’s in a common format like MP3.

Step 2: To upload your audio file to Google Drive, log into Drive, select New , and select File upload . Find the audio file on your local storage, typically in Recent downloads , and select it. Google with automatically upload it to Drive.

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Step 3: On the slide where you want to add audio, select Insert , then select Audio in the drop-down menu.

Step 4: In the new window, you’ll see all the audio files you currently have in Drive. If you haven’t cleared out your Drive files in a while, you may need to use the Recent or search tools to help you locate it. When you find it, choose the file and then Select .

Step 5: You will now get a small icon on the slide to let you know there’s an audio file there, and a new menu on the right with your Audio playback options.

Spend a little time in the audio menu to make sure the sound is playing like it should. You can choose to have it play on click or automatically, and adjust the volume for when the audio plays. You also have the ability to choose to loop the audio if you want and whether or not you want the audio to stop playing when you move to the next slide.

Step 6: With the settings configured, your slide should now be able to play audio the way you had in mind. You can repeat this process for any slide that needs audio in your presentation.

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Looking to make a professional, engaging presentation video that leaves a lasting impression on your audience? Well, you’re in luck because all you need is a computer and a screen recorder!

Whether you’re making a video presentation for your team, a step by step for your clients, or an explainer video for your online audience, a bit of prep goes a long way. We’ve got you covered with the tips you need to prepare, record, edit, and share your presentation.

Let’s get started!

How to make a great video presentation:

Prepare for the screen recording, start recording your presentation video, edit your video recording.

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First, let’s get your webcam setup (a.k.a. your lighting, camera, audio, and computer screen) in order! Just follow these tips:

Face your light source

A window provides excellent natural light during the day. Just make sure they’re in front of you, not behind you! If the lighting feels too harsh, soften it with curtains, blinds, or even a bedsheet to ease those intense shadows.

Speaking of intense shadows, avoid overhead lighting if you’re using artificial lighting. Use a lamp or two, and be sure to keep them at least an arm’s length away. You can even go a step further and buy a cheap smart LED bulb with adjustable color temperature and brightness for the perfect balance.

In either case, it’s probably best to go ahead and turn off that ceiling fan — unless you’re aiming for that “helicopter reporter” vibe in your presentation.

Set your webcam at eye level

Whether you’re sitting or standing tall at your desk, you need to keep your webcam at eye level to get the best shot of your face.

If you’re using your laptop’s built-in webcam, you can prop it up with a stand or that stack of books you’ve been meaning to read someday.

For a higher-quality recording, consider using an external webcam or even just your phone! We crowned the iPhone as the best webcam on the market for videos like this. Just be sure to have a way to mount it at eye level so no one’s looking down at you or staring up your nose.

Use a reliable audio source

Great audio is crucial for a presentation video — everything you say should be clear and understandable. More often than not, you can get away with using your built-in microphone on your laptop or plug-in headphones.

We don’t recommend using Bluetooth wireless headphones (looking at you, AirPods) since the quality can be severely affected when you’re recording and monitoring audio at the same time.

The best bet (and investment) is to grab yourself a USB microphone like the Elgato Wave 3.

Clean up your digital space

Look, we’re marketers — we get it! Having at least a dozen tabs open at once and a desktop full of screenshots is part of the game. But for our audience’s sake, let’s tidy up that screen before you hit record.

Close any tab you’re not going to use for the presentation. Hide those bookmarks, plugins, and any AI tools you may be using for video production , too.

Okay, everything looks good, so let’s make this thing! To get started, you’ll need a webcam and screen recorder .

You don’t need to look far because Wistia has a pretty great one — for free. It has everything you need to confidently and quickly deliver your presentation from start to finish. Using it is as easy as one, two, three:

1. Open your screen recorder

In Wistia, select Record Now from your home screen.

Set your audio and video recording sources, and then do a quick camera and mic test .

When recording your screen, share only the tab or window you’re working in unless you need to show the audience your entire screen. This is a great way to keep things clean when recording slide shows.

2. Use the built-in teleprompter

Don’t worry about memorizing lines! Add your script or even just a basic outline with talking points to the teleprompter, and it’ll help you stay on track while recording.

Not quite sure what to say? No sweat. You can generate a script with ChatGPT or have our AI write a script in your brand voice.

3. Nail your presentation

You’ve got this! Give yourself a moment to run through your presentation and make sure your slides are working perfectly.

Remember to be clear, concise, and engaging when delivering your key points. It’s not always easy to stay upbeat when speaking to a webcam, but try to smile and keep your tone friendly and conversational.

Let’s do this! Hit that record button!

When you’re done, stop recording! Now, let’s polish this up.

Ready to send your recording to a freelance editor? Hold that thought! Wistia’s got a built-in online video editor you can use to polish up your recording. Let’s take a look at several things you can do with it:

Edit your video clips

In the editor, you can see all the recorded clips you made, all neat and tidy and ready to edit.

You can trim, split, or delete those clips. And you can edit your video just like you would a text document. That’s right — text-based editing! Highlight what you want to cut and hit Delete to say bye bye to those bumbling line readings.

Change up the visual layout

Choose between showing just your webcam, slides, and both at the same time.

Switching between all three layouts is great for viewer engagement. Start off with yourself for a quick intro to the video, switch to a split-screen to start the presentation, and go full screen on a slide when you want to emphasize the content. Switch back to just you when you want to provide insight or commentary.

Add in other media elements

Wistia’s video editor makes it easy to stitch in other videos you have, like an animated logo intro that will give the video that professional touch.

And Wistia has some great background music to choose from! Once you find the perfect song, we’ll automatically adjust it to the length of your video. Don’t want the song to play the whole time? Just set it to be an intro and outro song — talk about a nice way to bookend your presentation video.

Share your presentation video

Once your video’s done and ready, you can customize it, share it, and watch those sweet video analytics roll in.

Customize the thumbnail

Nothing says “click me!” like a good video thumbnail. Upload a custom image or select a great still from your recording.

Add a timeline action

Speaking of clicks, you might want your audience to take action after seeing your video presentation. Adding annotations, a call to action ( video CTA ), or an email capture form to your video can increase your engagement and conversion rates. Show ‘em where to go next!

Share it with your audience

Embed the video on your web page, send a link in an email, or publish it to social media. Wistia offers lots of sharing options!

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After your first recording, it only gets easier. Pair your confidence with Wistia’s video creation tools, and you’re set for success. Whether you’re making a presentation video, a promotional video, or an in-depth product demonstration, our tips will help you put your best video forward.

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