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Official prezi transitions tutorial v02

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Transcript of Official prezi transitions tutorial v02

First get your content into frames
Look how happy he is!
Transitions happen when a prezi moves from one path point to the next
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Where and how you position your content on the canvas determines your transitions.
For help with adding content click here:
For help with paths and frames click here:
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Objects placed close together mean smooth transitions.
Objects placed further apart mean fast, abrupt transitions.
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For smooth transitions, create path points that are close together.
Small rotations (0-90 degrees) result in smooth transitions.
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Big rotations (90-180 degrees) can result in some pretty scary spinning.
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Small rotations avoid confusing and disorienting transitions
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Try not to scatter your content all over your canvas.
It's best to use rotation only when it adds to your message
Proximity
Rotation
Scale/Zoom
Scattered objects that you have to zoom in and out to see mean fast transitions
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Logical structures of different sizes results in smooth transitions, and the audience can see the relative importance of your content
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This is based on three factors:
Rotation
Scale/Zoom
Overview
(this is an invisible frame)
Placing objects at different distances can be used to convey different types of movement
These objects are close together.
Rotation can convey a change of direction.
For example:
John is about to walk up a hill.
But then he has to walk down the hill.
He is going on a journey!
He is walking at a steady pace.
Unfortunately, John now has to jump over this shark infested puddle.
These objects are further apart.
What a giant leap!
We know this because there is a short distance between John's path points.
We know John is a great jumper because we put a greater distance between the path points.
Remember John?
This is John.
These rotations are small but effective.
For example:
John has finally reached his destination.
We can see just how happy he is by zooming in on his face.
John's friends are also happy he has arrived.
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use scale to hide objects
until it is relevant to reveal them.
Let's have a look at how far John walked.
Scaling objects to different sizes gives your prezi context.
John has had quite the journey, and we can see it all now that we zoomed out.
You can zoom out to recap.
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When you move your content, the path and transitions adjust accordingly
Then add a path.
A path means transitions...

Using
different layouts and transitions
effectively can help you in
communicating the key ideas
of your presentation.
Now try it yourself!
Happy zooming!
Click here for a copyable version of this tutorial:
http://href.prezi.com/diy-transitions
http://href.prezi.com/frames-and-paths
http://href.prezi.com/inserting-content
: Controlling your transitions...
(How the "animation" of Prezi works)
Click here for a copyable version of this tutorial:
http://href.prezi.com/diy-transitions
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