How to Record a Speech While Playing PowerPoint?

Isabella Garcia Isabella Garcia 2022-01-10 05:35:07 Tag:

Here is the tutorial to show you the easiest way to record a speech while playing PowerPoint.

Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful slide show presentation program. Usually, we use PowerPoint as a way of presenting reports when studying or working because you can insert text, pictures, charts, music, etc. in PowerPoint according to your needs. If you often need to make a speech when playing your PowerPoint, do you want to record it and save it for further use?  As a teacher, you can record the lecture content and the PPT presentation into a video at the same time to share with your students. As an employee, you can record product presentations with PowerPoint and send them to partner companies and teammates. As long as you have the need to present PowerPoint while giving a speech, then you are in the right place. In this tutorial, we will show you how to record a speech while playing PowerPoint on your PC step by step.

How to record your speech while playing PowerPoint with RecMaster?

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To record your speech while playing PowerPoint, you just need a reliable and powerful screen recorder to help you. RecMaster is an easy-to-use video & audio recording tool that allows you to record your computer screen and your microphone synchronously. Before we show you the detailed steps to record your presentation, you can get RecMaster by clicking on the buttons below. RecMaster has two versions: the Windows version(Windows 11/10/8/7/XP) and the Mac version(Mac OS X 10.11 or above).

 

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Step 1: Launch RecMaster and choose a recording mode

Step 2: Set the recording settings and open your PowerPoint

Step 3: Press the Alt key +1/ Click on the REC button to start the capturing

Step 4: Pause/ stop the speech recording

Step 5: Rewatch & edit your recorded video

Step 1: Launch RecMaster and choose a recording mode

First of all, launch this user-friendly presentation recording software. RecMaster has seven recording modes, here we choose the Full-Screen mode as an example. By using this mode, you can record your entire desktop with the computer system sound and your own voice.

Click here to know more about other useful recording modes in RecMaster.

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Step 2: Set the recording settings and open your PowerPoint

The next step is to confirm the recording settings before starting. RecMaster allows you to record the system sound(sound from the PC) and microphone sound. You can also record your webcam synchronously.

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Tip: Test the sound before the speech to make sure your recording is successful. In RecMaster, you can click on the white small triangle icon>> Advanced. Then, the Sound Settings window will appear. Just hit the Test button to check if the sound is ok.

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Step 3: Press the Alt key +1/ Click on the REC button to start the capturing

Now, RecMaster is ready to work for you. You can open the PowerPoint you want to show and get started with the speech recording. On the interface of RecMaster, you can see a big red REC button. To start the capturing, you can click on it or press the Alt key + 1. The recording will begin after the three-second countdown.

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Step 4: Pause/ stop the speech recording

During the recording, you can move your cursor to the top of the screen. You will find a mini toolbar. If you want to add some annotations such as numbers, letters, arrows, line segment, etc. Just click on the pen icon on the toolbar/ press the hotkey Alt key +h and the Annotation tool will show up. This will help you to speak more logically and it will be easier for people watching your video to know where you are focusing. If you need to pause your recording, you can click on the Pause icon. When your speech is over, you can click on the Stop icon to finish the recording. RecMaster also allows you to take a screenshot while capturing. Can you see the little camera icon? That’s it!

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Step 5: Rewatch & edit your recorded video

The recorded speech video will be saved in the recording list automatically. In the list, you can rewatch your recordings and change the name. Don’t forget to change the “space” to “-“, or the name change will fail. RecMaster is a feature-rich recorder, so it enables you to do some basic editing on your video. You can click on the folder icon to locate your file.

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Tip: To use the editing tool of RecMaster, you can click on the scissors icon in the recording list. On the Editing window, you can cut/ trim/ add subtitles/ remove the logo/ delete the video.

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Conclusion

Now, you should know how to record a speech while playing PowerPoint on your computer. It’s really easy with the help of RecMaster. Rewatching your videos can help you evaluate your performance. And you can also learn from the video and summarize the experience when you give other speeches in the future. It’s also great for sharing videos with people who can’t watch the presentation live. So, don’t miss this excellent recording software. Download and install it. You can be a recording master too. RecMaster has many advanced features waiting for you to explore!

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Isabella Garcia

Isabella Garcia

Isabella Garcia is an experienced editor for RecMaster, She currently concentrates on writing articles about gameplay recordings and also, How-to guide to regular recordings. Her article aims to provide users with more instructive information.