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Academy: Inserting Animations in Prezi

Best practices on how to use simple flash animations in combination with prezi Path and Frames - to achieve a strong narrative.
by Balázs Turai on 30 March 2010

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Transcript of Academy: Inserting Animations in Prezi

Kablam
Even the most minimal movement can endow
an image with life.
A few tips:
1.
In Prezi, the viewer can explore time and space freely.
So it's best to create animations that can be viewed again and again, going on forever.
Think in terms of LOOPS.
2.
It's okay to keep it SIMPLE.
You can be as precise as you like, but most movement ideas can be expressed with just 2 or 3 images.
3.
fig. 1
fig. 2
Use the Path to create
CAMERA MOVEMENTS.
You can create special motion dynamics if you play around with the angle and placement of images that follow each other in a path.
4.
ZOOM around.
It's Prezi's speciality, and great for visual games.
...and most
viewers
identify themselves
easier with
living things.
Also, you don't actually have to draw in order to create an animation.
Just use simple shapes, or drag a photo sequence into Flash.
Animation in Prezi
Loop
Zoom
Here, the trick was to turn the bottom image upside down.
(Rotate using the Zebra.)
The resulting movement on the Path creates a feeling of
falling over.
Here, the illusion of speed is created by placing marks with various spacing along the Path between two frames.
Surprise your audience with
unexpected changes
in ratio, optical illusions and
hidden details.
It's easy to load
.swf files into prezi!
...and don't forget:
there is a lot to
explore in Prezi
so be on the
lookout for
new ideas!
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