Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Use interstitial frames before zooming, part of Prezi Classic Tips and Tricks.
- [Instructor] In the previous video,…I talked a bit about resisting the temptation…to use extreme zooms and rotations in your prezis,…as they can be disorienting to your audience.…In this video, I wanted to offer another quick tip…to help keep your audience visually oriented…to where you are on your canvas and in relation…to the other objects and frames on the screen.…I'm still working with the prezi…I started in the previous video.…Now, there's a point in the navigation path where…we jump from a closeup of the circle…and then zoom right into this next large circle.…Sometimes, though, it can be helpful…to add an interstitial or intermediary frame…between two close zooms to give some context to where…you're coming from before you head into the next zoom.…
So I'm gonna zoom out a bit so I can see…all three of these circles here on the right.…And I'm gonna create an invisible frame…to place around them.…Like so.…And I'm gonna move this frame so that it happens…before the closeup of the large circle.…So now when I go back,…
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