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Getting Started with Morph in PowerPoint

June 1, 2021

Every new release of PowerPoint brings forth new features, and some of these features have made people sit up and take notice. The most popular of these features has been the Morph transition effect. So, what exactly is Morph? Morph is a transition effect that you will find on the Transitions tab of the Ribbon. When you use the Morph transition, you get a total of three options in the Effect Options drop-down gallery.

Get started with the Morph transition effect in PowerPoint.

PresenterMedia’s HD Video Backgrounds: Conversation with Judd Albrecht

May 31, 2021

Judd Albrecht has always been a creative person, from when he was young all the way up until now. Some ways he satisfies that need to be creative are animating, creating graphics, writing/playing music and playing with his kids. He went to school and graduated with a degree in 3D animation. Along with a background in animation, he developed many more skills that have made him a well-rounded digital artist. The thing he loves most about being an artist at PresenterMedia is being able to create content that will help people better express their message and help bring their presentations visually to life. In this conversation, Judd talks about HD Video Backgrounds from Presenter Media.

Read the conversation here.

AKVIS Refocus AI 11 Plug-in Review

May 31, 2021

AKVIS Refocus AI 11 is a standalone program as well as an Adobe Photoshop-compatible plug-in that improves the sharpness of out-of-focus images. AKVIS Refocus is best suited for images that are a wee-bit blurred while being clicked, probably due to camera shake. Using AKVIS Refocus on these images, you can create special effects and draw attention to certain details, so as to create selective focus.

AKVIS Refocus 11 is AI-powered for focus adjustments and includes the new Motion Deblur AI mode.

PowerPoint and Presenting News: May 25, 2021

May 25, 2021

We bring you the next part of our Presentation Management series, where AlexAnndra Ontra and James Ontra explore why short and memorable presentations are more successful. We also look at how to set up a storage pool, a collection of two or more drives to store data on a NAS device. PowerPoint 365 for Windows and Mac users can learn how to play a sound across specific slides. We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.

The Most Popular Tricks to Do Your College Presentation on PowerPoint

May 24, 2021

College assignments and projects are crafted using an extensive curriculum that sets students ready for choosing their career paths and to learning skills that are key for their future. PowerPoint presentations are an important part of college assignments. With the many available tools, designs, and preparation formats, a few tricks and tips can help you make decks that look presentable and formal that help you get the good ranks that you are aiming for.

Read more here.

Set up Storage on the Synology DS920+

May 19, 2021

If you came straight to this post, we have already covered getting started with the Synology DS920+ NAS device. Additionally, we have also installed the DSM operating system on the NAS. Now it’s time to set up the storage pool, a collection of two or more drives to store data.

Read more here.

Wondershare DemoCreator PowerPoint Screen Recorder: The Indezine Review

May 14, 2021

What if you want to record some onscreen activity such as a PowerPoint presentation, along with both the narration delivered by the speaker and also a video of the speaker recorded via a webcam? Plus, what if you want to also record non-PowerPoint activity alongside such as a demo in another program, or even some real-time screen drawing or annotations? Now, let’s take this even more further; what if you want to do some basic editing in the resultant recording, like removing some unwanted parts? What if you could achieve all these results with just one program? Our review product, DemoCreator can fulfil all these requirements. How does it fare? Let’s find out.

Read the review here.

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