ADD AUDIO TO GOOGLE SLIDES:
How To Add Music To Google Slides You can link or add audio to Google Slides now that you’ve captured your audio using one of the resources mentioned above. Two factors have to be true for the records to do this:
- The audio recordings or files should be on your Google Drive, because if you have stored them somewhere else on your device, such as the Current directory, you would need to upload the files to your drive. To make it easier to navigate, and to help with another step, you can place all the documents in the Drive folder.
- Then, the music files should have to be shared so they can be played by someone with a connection. fThis can be completed file by file, but actually modifying the sharing permissions for the whole archive that holds the recording files is much simpler.
With those procedures done, how to insert or add audio to google slides from your Google Drive as wants to follow:
- Select “Insert” on the top menu bar when your Google slideshow opens.
- Select “Audio”from the drop-down menu bar..
- This will launch the “Upload audio” button, that you can check for music files stored in your Google Drive or scan for them.
- To embed it into your slideshow, pick the best file you like, and then press ‘Select’.
- You must edit many suggestions for it, include volume, autoplay, and repeat, after the audio file has been attached to your slide. This is how:
- To pick the audio file button, click on it.
- Then, in the upper toolbar, press the Format options tab.
- Finally, on the side panel that activates, press ‘Audio Replay’.
You can change the settings here, also including:
- Started playing “On click” or “Automatically”
- you can Set the “Sound level”
- “Loop audio” When you need it to resume playing after it stops.
- And if you would like the audio to finish (or continue) when the user transitions to the next screen, “Stop on slide change”
Insert Audio Using a Music Video Streaming service into Google Slides:
How To Embed A Video In Google Slides If you have detected a web-based sound file that you’re using in your presentation, insert a link to the file that you would like the audio to play on the slide. On audio streaming sites like YouTube Music, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Google Play music, you’ll find connections to audio files. You may have to start and stop the audio during the presenting while playing audio content from a music streaming site, and the device you use needs to be wired to the network connection.
Step by step Insert A Link From A Soundcloud File Into A Presentation Of Google Slides:
- In a web browser, opening SoundCloud and go over to the page which contains the soundtrack you would like to use.
- Choose Share option in showed display.
- Copy the soundtrack’s URL in the displayed in screen.
- Open the presentation on Google Slides where you’d like sound track file to be played.
- Choose the slide where the sound file is played.
- Pick an icon or text for the connection on the slide.
- Navigate to Insert > Link in left side in screen.
- In the Link search box, put the link, and choose Submit.
- Select Present option to test an audio file to ensure that it runs.
- Please select the text or picture that contains the link.
- A new browser tab with either the SoundCloud audio file page begins.
- Click Play option.
- To come back to your presentation, minimise the browser size.
- Return to the website page for the soundtrack anytime you wish to finish the audio and click Pause.
HablaCloud’s ChromeMP3 Recorder:
The first instrument we’re going to start looking at is by far the easiest of the bunch: HablaCloud’s ‘ChromeMP3 Recorder’ web application. However, this platform is a software browser, not a webpage, meaning it only runs on Chromebooks, not other devices, such as PCs or Macs.
This is a wonderfully convenient tool to use when you’re on a Chromebook, however. This is how it works here:
- Firstly, load the web app “ChromeMP3 Recorder” Upon this HablaCloud platform, you might get the Chrome Web Store reference links.
- If the software application has been enabled, when needed, you may open it all from the Chromebook application launcher.
- When the application launches, to begin recording, simply press the red “Record” button.
- If required, you can press the ‘Pause’ button when filming.
- Press the ‘Stop’ option when its finished.
- The software will now question you where you would like to store your Google Drive MP3 file. To make it easy to find later, you can also named the document at this stage.
It’s that! This method contains no other tools for editing. Just an easy way for someone on a Chromebook to capture and store audio.
A Voice Recorder Online:
You can used the “Online Voice Recorder” webpage if you’d like a method that’s almost as easy but works on Chromebooks, Desktop computers, and Macbooks. If I’m not on a Chromebook, this app is typically my “go to” to record some fast audio on the web whenever I need to. This is how it operates here:
- First Go over to OnlineVoiceRecorder on the website.
- In order to start capturing, press the mic button.
- Note: The very first time you using the platform, you would need to give your microphones approval to use it.
- When done, press the ‘Stop’ button.
- Now you might get a monitor where you can preview the audio of your speech.
- If required, to eliminate any extra void spaces, you can trim the start and end of the music.
- Select “Save.” once its done.
- It can download the MP3 file to your computer!
- Note: When you’re using a Chromebook, you might save the files directly to your Google Drive by modifying the “Downloads” option in your Chromebook settings.
How to inserting a video into Google Slides via URL:
If you’ve a video link you would like to use, the By URL tab is helpful. Copy your link into it’s Paste YouTube URL box marked here. Then press Pick and your slide will reveal the video.
When do you need to add videos to your Google Slides?
When designing the show, the explanatory power of video should not be ignored. A video could add tremendous value to your post, if you’ll be presenting a demo or an ad.