Semi-transparent black bar at bottom of powerpoint.

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How do I fix a powerpoint recording so there isn't a semi-transparent black box at the bottom of the screen?

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Zach Getson

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Mike Curtis, Employee

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Hello Zach,

Thank you for the example. I see what's happening. The video was produced with overlay captions, even though I don't think you have captions in your video.

I'm not sure how you are producing your video, but here's what I'd look for.

In Camtasia Studio, click Produce and Share. As you go through the steps, look carefully for something like "Options" or "Flash Options". You should be able to disable overlay captions.

I hope this gets you pointed in the right direction. If you need more help, please describe what method you are using to produce the video and I can step you through it.

Sincerely,
Mike Curtis
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Zach Getson

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Ah! Thank you! Such a simple mistake! i just figured since I didn't have any captions I didn't have to worry about it.

I appreciate it!

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