Video is more attractive to audiences than picture and text. That's why more and more presenters like to embed videos to their slides.
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to embed a video in Google Slides step by step. Besides, we’ve also introduced you to a free useful video presentation maker, just in case you need to make a video presentation online.
How to Insert Videos into Google Slides
How to Embed a Video in Google Slides
• Type your video keywords into the YouTube search box, then select the video you want to add to the slide and click the Select button.
Image Board: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Google Slides - From Search
• Click By URL, paste a YouTube video link into the blank box, and you'll get a video preview. Just click the Select button to insert the video into the slide.
Image Board: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Google Slides - From URL
Image Board: How to Embed a Non-YouTube Video in Google Slides - From Google Drive
Image Board: How to Embed a Video in Google Slides - Edit Inserted Video
Bonus: How to Make a Video Presentation Online for Free
FlexClip is a free online video presentation maker with no watermark. It comes with a number of pre-made video templates that are easy to edit and customize and millions of royalty-free media resources that can improve your video content. Designed to be super easy to use, FlexClip allows you to create a video presentation in your browser in minutes. No experience is necessary.
Depict Video: How to Create Video Presentations Online with FlexClip
Inserting videos into Google Slides does help you engage your audience, but make sure that your videos are short and relevant to your content.
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