Online Preview Reviews 0 Download Book Description Engage your audience visually with stunning Prezi presentation designs and be the envy of your colleagues who use PowerPoint with this book and ebook About This Book Turns anyone already using Prezi into a master of both design and delivery Illustrated throughout with easy-to-follow screenshots and some live Prezi examples to view online Transform your standard PowerPoint presentations into an engaging and memorable Prezi Who This Book Is For If you use Prezi in business and want to take your presentations to the next level, or if you want to become the office Prezi master, this book is for you. What You Will Learn Insert sounds into your Prezis for narration or for use in online delivery Differentiate between Raster and Vector imagery to optimize your Prezi design Develop consistent branding in your Prezi Design Prezis for use online without a presenter guiding the audience Collaborate with colleagues overseas using Prezi Turn company slides into non-linear Prezi presentations Create custom menus for embedded Prezis In Detail Prezi is a tool for delivering presentations in a linear or non-linear format.
Vector images will always have good compression so file size is extremely small. Quality vector images will not show up in the Prezi image search feature detailed.
You'll be able to zoom into a vector image without any loss of quality or pixilation. Vector images do not look like real life photographs, and this can sometimes be a distraction to anyone viewing your Prezi.
It is possible to take a raster image and "vectorise" it to get all of the benefits mentioned previously. I am hoping that by now you have started to understand the benefits listed previously, and may be in favor of either raster or vector.
If not, then keep on reading and I'm sure you'll come to a conclusion very soon. Where can you find great imagery? One thing we all struggle with when creating presentations is finding the right image to deliver our message.
You know exactly what you want to say, and if you could just find the right image to accompany your words, then your whole presentation will have a much bigger impact on its audience.
The problem is, of course, that we all have tight and usually unrealistic deadlines to meet, and we are probably trying to work on several different projects at once.
There isn't enough time in the day to spend it looking at images, but you do want your Prezi to look great. Following are a few ways of finding the right images, starting with the least time-consuming methods. If you live on some strange planet other than earth, and have the luxury of time to seek out the perfect images, then you'll definitely want to take a look at the latter half of this section.
For the rest of us earthlings to whom time is precious, I'm sure you'll find some useful tips at the start. There are two parts to the Insert image dialogue box, but as we're focusing on the least time-consuming method for finding and inserting new imagery, let's look at the bottom part titled From web.
The From web feature allows you to run a Google image search by entering a keyword or phrase into the search panel. Pre-licensed images tick box The tick box marked Show only images pre-licensed for use in Prezi should remain ticked.
Removing it will allow copyrighted images to appear in your search. These images cannot be used unless you gain permission from the image owner — usually at a cost! You'll then see a series of images linked to that keyword which you can scroll through and select as shown in the following screenshot: The zoom test If you see an image that you like, then select it but don't click on the OK button just yet.
Before you fully insert it into your Prezi, move over to the left of the Prezi screen and use the zoom button to take a closer look at the image. If you zoom in a little and the image starts to lose quality and is pixilated, then it has probably been saved at a very low resolution.
Always zoom in and check the quality of the image first, especially if you know you're going to zoom into it at some stage in your Prezi.
Limitations of the Insert From web function There's no doubt that using the Insert From web function is the fastest way to find images for your Prezi, but it does have its limitations.
Here are some things you won't be able to do: If so, here are some tips that will definitely help. Advanced image search Most "Non-Masters" will simply go to the Google images home page, type in a keyword and click search.
Those of us in the know, however, will normally always click on the Advanced search option to the right of the screen and fine-tune our search before selecting an image. This can actually save your time in the long run because you can be very clear about what you want to see.
Some options I would definitely take advantage of in the advanced image search are:Mastering Prezi for Business Presentations Jul 25, by Anderson-Williams Russell. Paperback. $ $ 44 99 Prime.
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