PowerPoint How-To: Create a Composite Video Effect (Video Tutorial)

In this “Three Minutes Max” video, Jole Simmons shows how to create a composite of multiple videos to create one coherent scene right inside of PowerPoint. By playing with shading, masking, and edge effects, he blends the multiple elements into one and gives his slide added visual interest.

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