Synchronizing your PowerPoint animations with your audio narrations is easy to do using Articulate Presenter. Basically, it’s just a matter of plugging in a mic, talking, and hitting the next animation button. In fact it’s so easy a monkey could do it. Here’s your proof.
OK…maybe a monkey couldn’t do it, but you can. Just watch the tutorial below and try it yourself.
The tutorials show you how to:
- Add animations to your PowerPoint slide objects
- Record audio narration and animations with Articulate Presenter
- Sync animations to recorded audio
- Fine-tune animation timing with the Timeline Audio Editor
By using the custom animation options in PowerPoint and publishing with Articulate Presenter you can create effective and memorable presentations and elearning courses. In fact, with some practice, you can create animations that look like they were built in more sophisticated animation tools.
If you want to learn more about using PowerPoint to build animations, check out the blog post that I did for the Rapid E-Learning Blog: How Walt Disney Would Use PowerPoint to Create E-Learning.
And, if you still want to know more, join the user community forum and see what others have to say.