When you export a scribe directly to PowerPoint, the VideoScribe logo is included as the first "frame" in the slide/video. It effectively is a title image for the PowerPoint slide. Is there a way to suppress the logo from the export? The workaround is to export to a MOV file (which doesn't include the VS logo) and then import that video into PowerPoint. But that's extra steps. Much easier/faster to export to PowerPoint using VideoScribe's built-in export capability. However, as is the function effectively makes each slide in a presentation an advertisement for VideoScribe. It's also a visual distraction from the focus of a slide presentation.
Even with a Pro accoun t? Very odd that they would include the logo in that export...
There is no way to control this but if you feel that it is a distraction then you could add a post to Ideas and Feature Requests and our development team will consider it.
I vote for this feature as well.
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The VideoScribe logo is inserted as the 'poster frame' in the PowerPoint presentation. This is a little like the thumbnail that gets displayed when you upload a video. To change it follow these steps:
-open the presentation in PowerPoint
-click the video area in the main window to select it ('video tools' appear at the top)
-select 'format' under 'Video Tools'
-select 'poster frame' and choose one of the following:
--Current Frame (first play the video to an appropriate spot then choose this option to make that spot your thumbnail)
--choose from file.. (select an image of your own)
--reset (uses the first frame of the video)
Excellent workaround, thanks! Learned something new regarding embedded videos in PowerPoint. I never really used it for videos (but see potential with VideoScribe) PPT certainly is packed with some powerful tools. I use it to create custom, 3D arrows and other graphic shapes and objects. Much faster than using Adobe Illustrator or a photo app. Secret to custom shapes and objects is the "Edit Points" function.