It’s Back!!

Via: office.microsoft.com

Note To you use this feature, you must have installed the April Office updates and be using IE 9 (MS12-037) or IE10 or later (recommended). You can view a complete list of requirements and supported formats.

You can insert or link to a video on YouTube, and then play it during your presentation.

If you know the name of the video hosted on YouTube, do the following:

  1. Click the slide that you want to add a video to.
  2. On the Insert tab, click Video > Online Video.

Insert an online video

  1. In the Search YouTube box, type the name of the video that you want to insert.
  2. Select the video from the search results, and click Insert.

Note If your video doesn’t insert correctly, double-check that you have installed the required Office updates.

If you don’t know the name of the video hosted on the YouTube site, do the following:

  1. In YouTube, find the video that you want to insert.
  2. Below the video frame, click Share, and then click Embed.

Click Share > Embed

  1. Right-click the iFrame embed code, and click Copy.

Copy the iFrame embed code

  1. In PowerPoint, on the Insert tab, click Video > Online Video.
  2. In the From a Video Embed Code box, paste the embed code, and then click the arrow.

Note If your video doesn’t embed correctly, double-check that you have installed the required Office updates.