Insert the YouTube video with an "embed" code

  1. In YouTube, find the video that you want to insert.

  2. Below the video frame, click Share, and then click Embed. (If you neglect to click Embed, you'll end up copying the wrong code.)

    Click Share, and then click Embed
  3. Right-click the iFrame embed code, and click Copy.

    Copy the iFrame embed code

    If the highlighted text that you copy begins with "http", STOP. It's the wrong code to copy. Return to step 2 and click Embed:

    To work correctly, the code you use to embed your video must begin with either "iFrame" or "<object".If your embed code begins with "http", your video won't be embedded successfully.
  4. In PowerPoint 2016, click the slide that you want to add a video to.

  5. On the Insert tab, click Video > Online Video.

  6. Paste the video URL in the white box and click insert.

  7. A video rectangle is placed on your slide, which you can move and resize as you like. To preview your video on your slide, right-click the video rectangle, select Preview, and then click the Play button on the video.