Archive for the ‘Video Backgrounds’ Category

Game Show Tool Kit

Monday, August 17th, 2015

This PowerPoint tutorial contains instructions on how to build your own PresenterMedia interactive game show board. This PowerPoint template is set up in a similar style to Family Feud, allowing the presenter to keep score of wrong answers and uncover the right answers at the click of a button.

Our tutorial focuses on how to add and remove the question and answer buttons.

Shark Facts for Shark Week

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Shark Facts (more…)

PresenterMedia Artist Puzzle Creations

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Our artists have created a fantastic collection of Puzzle Creations. Browse our site to create your own content using the tools provided to rebuild and download using your own message.

Using PresenterMedia Video Backgrounds

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

A short video tutorial showing how to use video grounds in PowerPoint. This tutorial will illustrate how to download a PresenterMedia video background and explore how to use our video backgrounds.

Due to limitations in older versions of PowerPoint, video backgrounds are designed to be used in PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2013, or PowerPoint 2011 (Mac) or Keynote 09 (Mac). PowerPoint 2007 and older will not allow text or objects in front of a video background. In these cases, we have provided areas for text and other content.

Downloading your first PowerPoint Animation

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Here is a short video tutorial of how to download a PresenterMedia Animation using PowerPoint. This is a simple but important process to avoid any problems and to make your animations run smoothly.

Covered in this video:

  • For PowerPoint, always download the largest animation available.  This yields the best quality.
  • After clicking the download link, always choose “SAVE” to save the image to your computer.  Choosing OPEN may end up removing the animation from the image.
  • In PowerPoint, always use the “Insert/Picture” function to place the animation in your presentation.  Inserting it as a video or copying and pasting it into your presentation can yield poor results.