By Lisa Larson-Kelley | Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Prezi, if you haven’t heard yet, is the hot new presentation tool that’s sweeping the screens at events like TED and SXSW. It’s an alternative to boring PowerPoint presentations, it’s free to use, and you can present live or host your presentations on Prezi.com for the world to see.
While Prezi’s zooming and panning features bring your presentations to life, using video can add even more richness, engagement and meaning—and it’s simple to do.
Two ways to add video to a Prezi
You can add video to your prezi in two ways: link to a video on YouTube, or upload a video file directly from your hard drive and embed it into your prezi. In both cases, the video player is placed right on your canvas, and you can resize and place it wherever you like in your presentation.
By Crystal McCullough | Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Adobe is presenting a free webinar to introduce its Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) 1.0 this week, on Wednesday, June 9, 11:00 a.m. PST. The webinar will be led by Flash expert and Adobe Community Professional Lisa Larson-Kelley, and will cover what OSMF is and what can be done with it. OSMF is a free, open source ActionScript-based media player and playback tool designed to help simplify the process of building media-rich applications for developers and content providers.
For more information on OSMF, go to the official OSMF site. The Adobe Developer Connection site has information on OSMF background and goals, key benefits, and more. Register for the free webinar at Adobe.
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