Save the sounds embedded in the PowerPoint slideshow

Contents
  1. Copy an embedded audio file to use in another presentation.
  2. Extract Embedded Sounds in Powerpoint 2016, 2013, and 2010
  3. Extract Embedded Sounds from PowerPoint 2007 Slideshows
  4. Sort files by type
  5. Extract Embedded Sounds from PowerPoint 2003 Slideshows
  6. Sort files by type

Copy an embedded audio file to use in another presentation.

Music or other audio objects embedded in a PowerPoint slide show can be extracted for use in another presentation or for any other purpose. How you extract the audio file depends on your version of PowerPoint.

Extract Embedded Sounds in Powerpoint 2016, 2013, and 2010

As of PowerPoint 2010, sound files are embedded in presentation files by default. This sound file extraction method works with .pptx files in PowerPoint 2010, 2013, and 2016 for Windows.

You must have Windows Explorer set up to display file names with extensions to follow this process.

Then:

  1. Select .pptx presentation file in the conductor.

  2. To copy the file, right click and select To copy or use the hotkey Check C

  3. Right click and select Insert or use the hotkey Check V

  4. Rename the presentation copy.

  5. Change the file extension of the copied file from .pptx on the .zip

  6. Click Input † Then click Yes , Get on. The file icon changes to a folder icon.

  7. Double click on the folder ZIP to open the list of folders in it.

  8. Double click on the folder ppt in the folder list.

  9. Double click on the folder named multimedia † To copy sound file to another place. (If you’re not sure which one, copy the entire media file and find out later.)

Extract Embedded Sounds from PowerPoint 2007 Slideshows

To extract an embedded audio file in a PowerPoint 2007 presentation:

  1. Open PowerPoint 2007. Do not double-click the file icon to open PowerPoint and a presentation in PowerPoint 2007. You want to be able to edit the file, so you must first open PowerPoint and then open that file.

  2. Press the button Office and locate the presentation file on your computer. It has the following format: FILENAME.PPS.

  3. Open the presentation file.

  4. Press the button again Office and select Save as …

  5. In the dialog box Save as click drop down Save as type and select Web page (*.htm; *.html)

  6. In a text box file name The file name must match the original file.

  7. Click Save

PowerPoint creates a file with a new file name and a .htm extension. It also creates a new folder called yourfilename_files One that contains all embedded objects in the presentation. At this point, you can close PowerPoint.

Open the newly created folder to see all the audio files in the list, as well as any other object inserted into the presentation. File extensions of the same type as the original sound file type. Sound objects have generic names such as sound001.wav or file003.mp3.

If the new folder contains many files, you can sort the files by type to quickly find those sound files.

Sort files by type

  1. Right-click in an empty area of ​​the folder window.

  2. Select Arrange icons by tipu

  3. Search for files with WAV, WMA or MP3 file extensions. These are audio files embedded in the original PowerPoint presentation file.

Sound files must be embedded in order to extract them. You cannot extract related files.

Extract Embedded Sounds from PowerPoint 2003 Slideshows

To extract an embedded audio file in a PowerPoint 2003 presentation:

  1. Open PowerPoint 2003. Do not double-click the file icon to open PowerPoint and a presentation will open in PowerPoint 2003. You want to be able to edit the file, so you must first open PowerPoint and then open that file.

  2. Locate the presentation file on your computer. It has the following format: FILENAME.PPS.

  3. Open the presentation presentation file.

  4. Choose from the menu File Save as web page… or select File † <. strong> Save as …

  5. Click drop-down list Save as type and select Web page (*.htm; *.html)

  6. In a text box file name the file name must match the original file. The file extension depends on the method you choose.

  7. Click Save

PowerPoint 2003 creates a file with a new name and a .htm extension. It also creates a new folder yourfilename_files One that contains all the built-in objects in your presentation. At this point, you can close PowerPoint.

Open the newly created folder to see all the audio files in the list, as well as any other object inserted into the presentation. The file extension is the same type as the original sound file type. Sound objects have generic names such as sound001.wav or file003.mp3.

If the new folder contains many files, you can sort the files by type to quickly find sound files.

Sort files by type

  1. Right-click in an empty area of ​​the folder window.

  2. Select Arrange icons by tipu

  3. Search for files with WAV, WMA or MP3 file extensions. These are audio files embedded in the original PowerPoint presentation file.

Sound files must be embedded in order to extract them. You cannot extract related files.

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