Prezify your presentation! It’s all about zooming, panning, and tilting your slides around a single zoomable canvass. Prezi is not just an alternative presentation but it’s the ultimate content presentation that makes your show dynamic.
Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that goes beyond the linear sequences of slides in powerpoint presentation. It has also a desktop application for offline creation of prezis. I’d done one offline prezi and two online prezis for my mass communication class lectures. Click here to view myPrezi
You can register an account with you email address or Facebook account. Login to your account is as easy as one-click with your FB account.
This is a finished Prezi with several elements on my presentation filled the canvass. On the top tool menu are the Save button that manually/automatically save your work; There's an UNDO and REDO buttons while MEETING button allows other Prezi user to simultaneously edit your canvass with you; and PRINTing is only possible in the editor screen. Each path shall be considered one page in PDF file. On the upper left corner is the main interface of the software. Click INSERT if you want to add a content on your canvass. At the right side of the canvass is the Home button and zoom controls. The lower right corner shows the SHOW now button.
Clicking PATH of the main menu at the left corner allows you to connect each path according to your sequence.
While editing Prezi, you can turn or tilt any object or text on the canvass. The video playback is seamless and uploads any video formats including Flash video.
Learn Prezi by navigating to the main page.
There are premium and free accounts in Prezi. The desktop application trial is up to one-month while online free access is unlimited but your Prezi goes public. Prezi was launch in 2009 in Budapest after eight years of its first conceptualization by Founder/Head of design–Archt. Somlai-Fischer.