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In this course, author and sought-after presenter Lisa Larson-Kelley introduces Prezi, a cutting-edge tool for creating dynamic presentations. Discover how to add layers of meaning to static presentations with multimedia, spatial relationships, and movement.
The course demonstrates the features and benefits of an effective Prezi presentation, shows how to navigate the user interface, and explains how to create, animate, share, and publish a prezi. Plus, Lisa shows how to present your prezi to a remote audience, via a web browser or your desktop.
You can present Prezis that are hosted on prezi.com right in your browser. There are a couple of gotchas that may crop up if you present this way though. If you're presenting from a projector, your screen resolution may change when you plug it in. Make sure you make your browser window smaller before you plug in the projector, then go to fullscreen after your screen resolution re-adjusts. That way you're not fumbling for controls that may have been redrawn beyond the edges of your display. Now when you're presenting in the browser, you're using Flash player's fullscreen mode. You can see this here, this black bar.
You can say Allow and it disappears. For security reasons, Flash disables most keyboard input when you're in fullscreen mode. And this means that many of Prezi's keyboard shortcuts are unavailable. If your browser has a fullscreen mode called Presentation Mode in Chrome, you may want to try to use that instead. To do so, you first open the Prezi in the editor, click Present. Minimize the presentation, so it's not using Flash fullscreen mode. Then switch the browser to Presentation Mode. Presenting Prezi from within the browser is a good way to quickly show off your Prezi.
Or to present to remote audiences in real time.
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