Adding audio to your Google Slides presentation can help breathe life into a presentation. Audio can also be used to add emphasis to certain points or to provide background music for your presentation.
Luckily, adding audio to Google Slides is a relatively simple process. In this article, we’ll show you how to add audio to your Google Slides presentation in just a few simple steps.
Here are the steps you need to follow to add audio to your Google Slides presentation:
You cannot directly upload audio on Google Slides. So, the audio needs to be uploaded to Google Drive first.
To upload the audio, open Google Drive and click on the “New” button. From the drop-down menu, select “File upload”.
Now, select the audio file that you want to upload.
Once the audio file is uploaded to Google Drive, it’s time to insert it into your Google Slides presentation. To do that, open your presentation in Google Slides and click on the “Insert” tab. From the drop-down menu, select “Audio”.
This will open a new window with all the audio files that are present in your Google Drive account. Select the audio file that you want to insert and click on the “Select” button.
Now you will see the audio file inserted in your presentation. You can edit the audio settings by left-clicking on the audio file and selecting “Format options”.
In the new window, you can edit the playback settings for the audio file. You can choose to play the audio automatically or when you click on it. You can also loop the audio, hide the audio icon while playing, and stop the audio as the slide changes.
And that’s it! These are the simple steps that you need to follow to add audio to your Google Slides presentation.
No, you cannot record audio directly from Google Slides. However, you can use other apps like Audacity to record audio and then insert the recorded audio file in your Google Slides presentation.
You can follow the same steps mentioned above to insert the recorded audio file in your presentation.
If you’re having difficulty inserting audio in your Google Slides presentation, it’s likely because your audio file is not in a compatible format. Google Slides only supports the following audio formats: .mp3 and .wav.
So, if you’re trying to insert an audio file that is in a different format, you will need to convert it to one of the supported formats first. There are many online and offline tools that you can use to convert audio files.
Once you have converted the audio file to a compatible format, you should be able to insert it into your Google Slides presentation without any issues.
Audio can be a great way to add life to your Google Slides presentation. And as you can see, adding audio is a fairly simple process. Just follow the steps mentioned above and you’ll be able to add audio to your presentation in no time.
We hope this article helped you learn how to add audio to your Google Slides presentation. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments below.