Prezi, a presentation tool with a zooming canvas, has unveiled a whole new line of presentation effects today. The Prezi team hopes the new effects will help professionals make business slideshows and presentations even more dynamic and captivating through increased visual appeal and creative tools.
The new line of effects includes 3D and fading animation tools. Prezi’s slide-free style allows presenters to zoom in on the canvas to display details or zoom out to focus on the big picture. With the new features, Prezi users can integrate 3D background images to add depth to presentations or fade-in animations to add dynamic reveals for new details or information.
Business owners and professionals who use Prezi can already expect a drastically different presentation style from tools like PowerPoint, which uses slides to present information in a step-by-step format. Prezi gives design-minded presenters an entire line of different options for sharing information with colleagues or giving clients an appealing view of what your company has to offer.
Currently, Prezi offers free presentation service online, which includes some core features and 100 MB of storage space. But the company also offers a few paid options for $59 or $159 per year, which include even more features, support, and storage space. Each of the upgraded plans comes with a 30-day free trial period as well.
Additionally, Prezi offers a Desktop version and an iPad app for viewing and presenting.
Prezi can also create custom templates that incorporate your company’s logo, colors, and other branding guidelines so that each presentation is customized with your business in mind. In addition, the software offers the ability to import and edit presentations from PowerPoint, and also to share your presentation with others online and to give them the opportunity to add to or edit your project.
To learn more about Prezi’s new and existing features, visit Prezi.
Nice to see the features getting more and more awesome!
I was looking for some inspiration for a new client. Thanks for providing some great ideas.