How do you upload videos to Google Slides?

Can you add a video from camera roll to Google Slides?

First, go to Google Drive and upload the video you want to use. You can do this by clicking the “New” button followed by “File upload,” or dragging the video file into the browser window. Once it has finished uploading, go back to Slides and click “Insert” followed by “Video …”

How do I upload a video to Google Slides?

Add a video to a presentation

  1. On your computer, open a presentation in Google Slides.
  2. Click the slide where you want to add the video.
  3. Click Insert. Video.
  4. Select where to get your video from: Search YouTube. By URL. Google Drive.
  5. Choose a video.
  6. Click Select.

How do you put videos from your camera roll into Google Slides on iPhone?

Upload & view files

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Drive app.
  2. Tap Add .
  3. Tap Upload.
  4. Find and tap the files you want to upload. To upload photos or videos, tap the photos and videos you want and tap Upload.

How do I insert a non YouTube video into Google Sheets?

To embed a non-YouTube video:

  1. Find the mp4 file you want to include in your slide in your Google Drive.
  2. Take a screenshot of the video to serve as a hyperlink placeholder to your mp4 file.
  3. Go back to Google Slides, and find the slide you want to add the video link to.
  4. Insert the screenshot you just took.
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How do I insert an mp4 video into Google Slides?

To insert an mp4 file into Google Slide, simply upload it into your Google Drive account, then go to the Google Drive tab on the Insert Video window. Select the video you want to insert and it will appear on your slide.

How do I upload a video from my computer to Google Drive?

Add video in Google Docs

  1. In the Google Docs document, click on the “Insert” menu and select “New” from the “Drawing” option.
  2. Press Ctrl+V keys to paste the video link inside the drawing tool and click on the “Save and Close” button.
  3. This will add the video inside the Google Docs document with a full preview.