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Change Color of PowerPoint Animations

Posted on: Dec, 2010 By: Art Holden
We are happy to announce a new feature added to PresenterMedia today.  We have updated our animation customization program to include the ability to change the color, saturation and brightness of any of our PowerPoint animations before you download them.

This feature will allow you to customize our animations to your company's colors or to match the theme colors of your presentation.

Here is a video demonstration of the new feature:

[swfobj src="http://www.presentermedia.com/uploads/2010/12/anim_color_changer.swf" width="450" height="606"] Press the play button above to watch the video of our new color changer for animations.

We'd love to hear how you are using this new feature.  Leave us a comment below.

Here are a couple of sample animations we made using the new color customizer:

Stick Figure carrying Toolbox animation Original Red Image

Figure with Green Toolbox Modified to Green

Stick Figure with Blue Toolbox animationModified to Blue

Try our our new color changer on any of our animated graphics for PowerPoint.

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By: Art Holden
Art Holden has been involved in presentation and animation graphic content since 1990. He had the pleasure of creating one of the very first animation websites on the internet, Animation Factory. For 13 years he managed and created media for Animation Factory. He is now a part-owner and an employee working full time at PresenterMedia. His hobbies outside of work revolve around being involved in the bicycling community in Sioux Falls, SD. He never misses an opportunity to get on his bike and enjoy a ride.

Blog Comments (Sign In to Comment):

Dec 15, 2010 -
Lindsey Bloodworth
way cool!!
Dec 15, 2010 -
Art Holden
Thanks Lindsey!
Dec 16, 2010 -
Kyle
I didn't even know that you could change colors on the clip art. This is great, thanks for sharing!
Dec 16, 2010 -
Bob Czewski
Wow! And this is just the beginning!
Dec 16, 2010 -
Michael Hofmann
Good Job.
Dec 16, 2010 -
TG
Fantastic!It just gets better. Keep up the gd work.
Dec 16, 2010 -
Nancy De Smet Van Damme
This is great. I love it!. Much appreciated.
Dec 16, 2010 -
David
WOW! This feature will add FANTASTIC value to this exceptionally HIGH value LOW cost resource. Thanks for feeding our creative juices Lindsey
Dec 16, 2010 -
James McMullen
You guys are totally awesome! TG is so right... Presenter Media keeps getting better and better. What's next - video backgrounds? I hope so! Merry Christmas everyone and have an outstanding new year too!
Dec 18, 2010 -
Educaster
This is a terrific addition to an already wonderful selection of PowerPoint accessories! This is one group I am glad to be a part of:-)
Dec 19, 2010 -
Tracy Campbell
Fabulous! Thank you!
Jan 02, 2011 -
Sean
Hello I'm a new member who never knew of this feature... a great programe just got better in my book!
Jan 05, 2011 -
Troy
Great feature! One thing I've thought (when seeing this option with the static images) is that I'd light to see the ability to enter RGB values as that is easier for me to figure out so that I can match something, whereas dragging slider makes it hard for me to get the exact color, say a few weeks later when I need to get and change another image/animation. I hope that makes sense and is constructive. :)
Jan 06, 2011 -
Art Holden
Hi Troy, that would be a great feature. I'll have to talk with our IT guy about it. I'm not sure it is possible to match colors to an exact RGB value. We are doing is shifting the hue a certain number of degrees from its current value. Since this is a relational value, shifting the hue the same amount on another image which has a different starting color would result in a completely different final color. But we are always looking to improve the performance of our tools. Thanks for subscribing! Art Holden PresenterMedia.com
Jan 06, 2011 -
Troy
Art, Thanks for the clarification. So, to keep in step with what is implemented right now, it would be good to be able to key in (type in) a value, so if I find the color I like and it has values of: HUE = 44 Saturation = 98 etc. I can just type those in and get the same look every time. No need to guess or "eyeball it" and hope I'm not off by a little. :)
Jan 18, 2011 -
Byron
Excelente sitio, muchas gracias por los videos de ejemplo.

Your presentations are going to be amazing!

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