Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding 3D backgrounds, part of Prezi Essential Training.
- Now that we've talked about how the Prezi canvas…is a 3D space and how you can change the stacking order…of objects, I'd like to show you a cool feature…that really takes advantage of this space.…For this exercise, I'll create a new Prezi…and this time, I'm going to start with a blank Prezi.…Let's zoom out a bit and I'm just going to…delete this default frame, here.…I'm also going to come up to the settings menu…and change the screen ratio to six to nine…for the monitor I'm currently using.…Now, so far, we've been mostly working with templates…and we've seen that each template…usually has a background image.…
Let's take a look at how to place our own background image.…I'll come up and click Customize…and here's where we can set our background image.…I'll click Choose File and I've copied…a folder to my desktop called 3D Backgrounds.…If you have access to the exercise files for this course,…you can work along with me.…Otherwise, you can just do this with your own images.…I'm going to select the red phone booth_bg,…
The course also explores how to collaborate with others on a prezi, publish it, and present it remotely on computers, tablets, and other devices.
- Planning your presentation
- Creating a new prezi
- Using the theme wizard
- Adding text, images, links, and more
- Aligning, layering, and grouping elements
- Adding video and audio to a prezi
- Collaborating on a prezi
- Printing a prezi
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Prezi
Planning your presentation4m 12s
2. Getting Started
3. Working with Basic Content
4. Arranging and Zooming
5. Working with Multimedia Elements
6. Presenting Your Prezi
7. Sharing and Publishing Your Prezi
Next steps1m 33s
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