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Prezi tips and tricks
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Prezi Tips & Tricks
A flip-through guide to show you how to create good prezi!
1. throw in
2. Scales up
press the arrow below
or right cursor key
use a path, but pan away life
what else to mention?
How to show time
The Major idea
minimize minor ideas
3. Cluster into topics
Your prezi should make sense from a distance
Your Audience will love
that have an overview too!
What's coming, what we've
In practice. this means that you
need to scale up section titles, so they can be read from a distance. Also, think of arranging all these
into the overview in your path a lot (which is simply a large frame)
If you leave enough empty space
around a text, or image, PTREZI can
focus on it easily.
For a moment of silence in your
To hide a detail
or create surprise:
make it tiny
Use scale to show relations
Use rotation to give an emotional touch
Use lay out to talk about group relations
A Free Path
Add a path to your prezi to
create the main narrative.
Help a lot when on stage!
Use a remote presenter!
But you can derial any time, zoom out
show something related, respond to a
comment-and return to your path by
simply clicking next!
or click on another path
element to continue
Giving the talk?
Download your PREZI and use the
offline player to be rock solid, not
network dependent. The offline player
also support keyboard shortcut in
full screen mode!
or if you want to add comments
live, show your typing skills live,
open links from PREZI, be brave,
to hide the menu and let
them all be amazed!
And the tricks......
offers great narratives
Yeah we do have
So you can make
Of important points
That look alike
And are smaller that the title
And so on....
What we mean.....
Ok-the real reason for bullet points in PREZI is that we can make fun of
them, or you can make fun of the other presenters at the conference.
Talk about time?
create a timeline and zoom into segment and details.
Use a dedicate editing program like Adobe Flash,
Illustrator, inkspace, etc. export as PDF or SWF, and
upload to prezi-then just add frames to create a path or
clickable focus region.
You have something to add?
come over to
..... and please comment! We will add your ideas here....
*footnotes are not needed! Just
place comments and references
inline-it really helps that your
eyes don't need to jump around