PowerPoint’s New Recording Studio Helps You Tell Your Story in Your Words

PowerPoint’s new recording studio now gives you an enhanced recording experience and more options when recording your presentation.

Recording studio in PowerPoint lets you tell your story, in your own words, helping you deliver more impactful and engaging presentations. Click Record in the top right corner in PowerPoint – and you will be taken to a personalized view that you can customize. Once you’re ready to start the recording, click the red “Record” button for a countdown to start speaking. You can also annotate on your slides as you go, using ink and laser pointer.

Whether you write high-level notes, or script every word, PowerPoint notes can help you stay on track while recording. We understand everyone is unique and may have different preferences for viewing their own content, so we’ve created three new recording studio views to choose from:

1. Teleprompter view: This is the default view you’ll see when you click Record. It is ideal for many recordings, as it helps you to focus on getting your points across successfully. Instead of fumbling with a printout of your notes or juggling two laptops to read notes from one, you can simultaneously look at the camera and read your notes.

2. Presenter view:  Do you feel more comfortable when you can be reminded of what’s coming up in a presentation? Choose this view and on the same screen, you’ll see the slide you’re presenting and your note on the right side of the pane, along with thumbnail views of all upcoming slides so you can be prepared. This view is similar to our PowerPoint Live presenter view.

3. Slide view: Perhaps you’re a minimalist and want to focus on the slide you’re presenting. Or, maybe your slides are so loaded with useful content that you don’t need notes and you like to speak spontaneously. This view is also recommended if you plan to make annotations on the slide as you go and need a larger canvas.

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