(BTW, a key trick was to put the vid in the same folder with the presentation. A PDF of the presentation, is a useful backup -- one can also use the slide notes feature to put in what to say stuff, just in case. [I then put the folder on a USB memory stick, then passed it over to the church's laptop for projection. I had my NIV Study Bible and Netbook on the pulpit, and signaled the projectionist. Worked pretty well.])
PPPS: Real Media's Real Player has a useful convert capacity that was very helpful next time around to go from YouTube Flash to editable WMV. Also, look at the WinX video Converter Flash to WMV (etc.) conversion utility.