Learn how morph can create continuity through an intro sequence in PowerPoint.
- [Instructor] So one of the things that can really make…your presentation sing and ultimately,…keep your audience's attention…is creating a nice, continuous flow.…You can create a flow in a few different ways.…But one of the easiest ways I've found to create it…is to use a morph transition and have elements…like a logo or product flow from one slide into the other.…You have to be careful with it and not overdo it.…But when done right, you can really create a nice effect.…So let's create a nice intro sequence…for a lighting company called Litebrite.…So the first thing we're gonna do,…and I have some things laid out here already,…is we're going to use a nice, high resolution photo,…which I have here.…
This is a boardroom with a screen.…And we're gonna move this just perfectly.…I'm looking over at my preview window over here.…And we're gonna put their logo right on that screen.…Scale that up a little bit.…And we're gonna go ahead and draw a nice white box…perfectly with the screen.…It's a blue box right now, but we'll make it white.…
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