Learn how to play your presentation to rehearse timings for each slide. This helps ensure that the audience will have enough time to absorb the content on each slide before it automatically moves on to the next.
- [Instructor] So we previewed our presentation.…We know that many of the slides will require…automatic timings.…A certain amount of time for the viewer to read the text…and look at the pictures before it moves on automatically…to the next slide.…There are a handful of slides however…in our presentation.…Where the viewer will be required to click something.…For example if we go over here to slide five…and look at the bottom,…we have buttons here.…So in this case, we wouldn't want any slide timings…being used,…we want to wait for the viewer to interact.…
Also, if you were following along in the previous movie,…we saw that there was a video…and the video itself took up a certain amount of time…before the transition or timings kicked in.…So if we go to slide eight over here for example,…and look at that video,…you can see when you click it,…that it's selected, there's a play button…that we can click to play,…and we can see the timings here as well.…It's quite a long video.…In fact, we probably want to trim some of it.…
- Explain the importance of storyboarding a project.
- Describe branching and why you might use it.
- Cite the process for adding video to a presentation.
- Explain how to animate slides with transitions.
- Name the commands that allow you to preview your presentation.
- Describe what timing is and how to add and rehearse timings.