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You could try opening the odp with something like 7-zip then edit the content.xml so the href to the movie rather than ../path/to/file.extension it is Video/file.extension Then create a folder in the odp with 7-zip, call the folder Video, and place any file you have referenced in the content.xml in there. I am still testing this method myself, I'll let you know how I go once I get home to my Linux laptop and its libre office install.
Edit: Annoyingly that trick works to make your odp portable, but it doesn't work when you convert that ODP to a pd. Unfortunately this feature doesn't appear to be available on Impress at the moment. There is this guide, but it doesn't work for me; http://user.services.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=333
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Asked: 2012-06-02 21:46:36 +0200
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Last updated: Jul 12 '12