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BA3000: Arts Edge Guide: Digital Presentation Tools


This page contains help files for PowerPoint and iMovie video creation tools. You don't have to limit yourself to these options for your BA3000 digital presentations; there are many other free video tools available online. Scroll down for two (unrelated to BA3000) example student video presentations. Neither is perfect. What do you like (and want to emulate) or dislike (and want to avoid) about them?

PowerPoint video presentations

When you make a recording of a PowerPoint presentation, all its elements (narration, animation, pointer movements, timings, and so on) are saved in the presentation itself. In essence, the presentation becomes a video that your audience can watch.

Extract from Microsoft Support

Video 'how-to' files recommended by Microsoft Support

Microsoft Support text 'how-to' files

Student PowerPoint video example

You'll need to turn up the volumne to hear this student.


If you don't have iMovie on your iPhone or iPad, you can pick up the iMovie app for free from the Apple App Store.

Video 'how-to' files

Skip the ads and scroll through the tutorials to find the help advice you need.

Apple iMove Support text 'how-to' files

Student iMovie video example

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