Learn how to use video in a presentation and considerations for a smooth experience.
- [Instructor] I've got three simple nuggets of wisdom … for you when you're including video in your presentation, … and to keep in with the theme, … let's count them down. … Thirdly, only include video in your presentation … if it helps the audience to understand, … and I know I've said that a lot throughout the course … if it helps the audience to understand, … but that is the primary thing you need to consider. … Only use anything if it helps them to understand. … The second thing is, … set the video to auto-play on the slide it resides upon … to prevent that awkward moving to the play button … and oh, where's it gone moments. … The number of times I've seen people struggle … to actually get a video to play from a slide. … There is an auto-play, use that, … it will make it easier for you … and you're unlikely to spin out … because something's gone wrong. … And the first one is, … if you get a chance before your presentation, … run the video if possible on your machine. … I just helps I'm sure with frame caching, …
- Outlining your topic
- Creating a storyboard
- Developing your design ideas with moodboards
- Exploring slide typography
- Using colors, words, and images effectively
- Using charts and graphs
- Effectively using animations and transitions
- Beyond the presentation
Skill Level Beginner
Presentation software2m 12s
1. Developing Your Ideas
2. Design Essentials
3. Charts, Graphs, and Tables
4. Transitions and Animations
Using animation1m 45s
5. Finishing Touches
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