How to Crop (not trim) a Video with Windows10 and PowerPoint (photo editor does not do it)

If you are looking to crop a video on Windows 10 using PowerPoint, you are in luck! PowerPoint has a built-in video editing feature that allows you to crop your video without the need for any additional software. Here’s how you can do it:

1. Open PowerPoint and create a new presentation.
2. Click on the “Insert” tab and select “Video” from the “Media” section.
3. Choose the video you want to crop and insert it into your presentation.
4. Click on the video to select it and then click on the “Video Tools” tab that appears.
5. Under the “Video Tools” tab, click on the “Crop” button.
6. Use the black bars that appear around the video to crop it to your desired size.
7. Once you have cropped the video, click on the “Play” button to preview it and make sure it looks the way you want it to.
8. When you are satisfied with the crop, save your presentation and export the video as needed.

It’s important to note that cropping a video will remove any content that falls outside of the cropped area, so make sure you are happy with your crop before exporting the video. Additionally, if you need to make more advanced edits to your video, you may want to consider using a dedicated video editing software.ConclusionWith PowerPoint’s built-in video editing feature, cropping a video on Windows 10 has never been easier. Follow the simple steps outlined above to crop your video to your desired size and export it as needed. Remember to preview your video before exporting to ensure that it looks the way you want it to. If you need more advanced editing options, consider using dedicated video editing software.

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