Archive for the ‘Animations’ Category

How to Insert SWF Animations in Prezi

Friday, May 31st, 2013

If you are a fan of ours, and love creating dynamic presentations, you may want to explore Prezi, a free online presentation format that allows users to zoom in and out of presentations.  Not sure how to add our content to your Prezi presentation?  Never fear, this tutorial will help you get started!

Which of our animations are available as SWF/Flash files?  All of them! Download our animations here.

Some popular uses of our animations in Prezi include subtle animations such as our customer service image:


Customer Service Sample Animation

Or, be a bit more exuberant exclamation:

Check Mark Celebration

Check Mark Celebration Sample Animation

Once you start to see just what you can do, the sky is the limit!


Custom Animations with PresenterMedia

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Last month we created a selection of animations with custom text fields for our subscribers. Below is a video showing how to create one of these unique pieces.  Please note, in the beginning of our video we are working in PowerPoint with the PresenterMedia Add-In, available for download here.

To view our collection of custom animations, click here.

Custom Text GIF Animations

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

The past year, so many things have changed here at PresenterMedia, we thought we’d keep the trend going through 2013!  This week we are proud to introduce animations with customizable text.

Flipboard Discussion Text

What this means for you is a whole new variety of animations, designed around text that you choose.

Smart Phone Message

To view our newest custom animations, simply click on our Animations tab to the left, or you can simply click here.

Motion Paths in PowerPoint Tutorial

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Have you ever wondered how images fly across a screen, only to loop back around during a presentation?  Today we are looking at the most basic concepts of Motion Paths in PowerPoint 2010, just enough to start getting a feel for some of the capabilities of the software.  Keep an eye out for additional advanced tutorials for PowerPoint products.


E=mc what?

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Welcome back to our PresenterMedia fans!  This past week was dedicated to the creation of science clip art and animations!  Our artists have delved deeply to unearth images from the fun, to the fictional, to the functional and back in order to provide the highest quality artistry available.

Gyroscope Item # 8958

Above, our gyroscope spins on its endless cycle.  Remember, our animations can have a specific number of loops (rather than infinite) by simply customizing them in the box below their large preview.

Microscope and Molecules Item # 8944

For our molecular biologists, chemists, researchers and enthusiasts, we bring to you a series of laboratory equipment, specifically microscopes, molecules, beakers, droppers and more!

Science Book Item # 8978

Finally, for our geneticists and other fans of DNA, we have brought several DNA strand images and animations for your use, as well as the original templates and animations already present on our site.

DNA Under Magnifying Glass Item # 8959

Don’t forget to check out all of our latest content available at every week!