If you can add a video to a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro, adjusting its perspective can be easily done with the Corner Pin tool. A video demonstration sent to me was recorded, and the camera wasn’t facing the subject matter directly. It was at a bit of an angle. I used the Corner Pin tool to adjust the perspective.
Once the Corner Pin effect is added to video, you’ll see blue points at each corner. You can click and drag those as needed to get the video positioned as desired. I demonstrate how in the video below.
In a Google Slides presentation, click on the File menu and choose Publish to the Web. On the dialog box that appears, click on the
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