PowerPoint is a very powerful slide-making software that is also very powerful in multimedia access. But PowerPoint's ability to control sound and video is not very strong, but it doesn't matter, but by using PowerPoint's own PowerPoint triggers, you can easily play, pause, and stop music (or video) during music (or video) playback.
① opens the PPT, enters the editing window, enters "play" "Pause" "stop" with the method of inserting the text box respectively.
② click "Insert"------"movie and Sound"-------"sound in File", select the sound you want to insert in the dialog box that pops up, then click OK, and then decide whether to play the sound automatically or when clicked.
After the sound is inserted normally, a speaker will appear on the page.
③ point "slide Play"----"Custom Animation", open the Custom Animation settings window
④ first click on the small horn in the page, and then in the "Custom Animation Settings Window" Midpoint of the "Add Effect" (Warm tip: No click on the small speaker before the Add Effect button is gray, not operable, click on the small horn, add Effect button is activated, you can operate it, in the pop-up menu midpoint "Voice operation", Then, as needed, point to play, pause, and stop, and in this case I added three effects, that is, play, pause, and stop as I said before.
After you add the effect, customize the Animation Settings window as shown below, and then make more specific settings individually.
⑤ the trigger settings. Set Playback first!
As shown below, click on the small triangle behind the Play, pop-up dialog box, and then click the "Effect Options" in the dialog box.
In the Play Sound dialog box that pops up, click the Timing tab, then click Triggers, select Start effects when clicking on the following objects, and point to the small triangle after, select "Play" Last point "OK" in the pop-up dialog box, and the sound playback settings are complete.
Then set pause and stop in the same way, and then test to see the difference between pause and stop.
The same way, you can also control the video playback, you can try.