I have two powerpoint presentations, both including audio, that both automatically sync the audio with the page being displayed.
One works on all the required computers; the other only on some. I cannot easily determine what's causing the audio to fail. In both powerpoints, the audio is embedded (not linked). Re-recording the audio on the broken one is possible, but I'd prefer to avoid that expense if necessary.
Using FixLinks pro, I was able to get a report of the embedded audio; interstingly, they appear to be embedded differently:
Slide ShapeName Mouse Status Link Type ===== ========= ===== ====== ========= 1 Audio 8 M/C N/A embedded media object 2 Audio 7 M/C N/A embedded media object 1 ~PP2822.WAV M/C N/A embedded media object 2 ~PP839.WAV M/C N/A embedded media object
The first two lines are from the file that works on some computers (bad), the second two lines are from a powerpoint that works on all computers (good). Anyone know how the audio was embedded in the first PP, how I might extract it or re-encode it to be embedded properly?