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Narration timing problems

Postby awood1 » Thu, 09 Feb 2006 08:12:28 GMT

I  would like to use the narration function of PP 2003 to record
presentations as they are being given in a Management Meeting.

I'm running into a problem regarding the timing of the narration.  It
seems to cut off the last second of audio when a slide is forwarded.
Does anyone know how to remedy this so that when I capture the audio in
power point it gets the entire clip instead of cutting off the last
bit?

thanks.


Narration timing problems

Postby awood1 » Thu, 09 Feb 2006 08:12:28 GMT

I  would like to use the narration function of PP 2003 to record
presentations as they are being given in a Management Meeting.

I'm running into a problem regarding the timing of the narration.  It
seems to cut off the last second of audio when a slide is forwarded.
Does anyone know how to remedy this so that when I capture the audio in
power point it gets the entire clip instead of cutting off the last
bit?

thanks.


Re: Narration timing problems

Postby Geetesh Bajaj » Thu, 09 Feb 2006 12:15:30 GMT

That's a typical behavior - and it's called truncation. To get over it,
always record two seconds of silence after the narration for each slide.


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