Video slide templates: for modern interactive presentations

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Video & text slide - animated title
Interactive video slide - Timeline
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video and text - light bg slide template
Video slide - Array with videos
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Interactive tabs slide with video - Horizontal template
Interactive tabs slide with video - Horizontal
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 Video slide with CTA - Dark background slide template
Video slide with CTA - Light background
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Video slide - Light background
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What is a video slide?

A video slide is a presentation slide that features a video. Video slides can be a useful way to add visual interest and engagement to your presentation, and they can be used to explain complex with visual aids or make personal words more relatable by delivering them directly from a real life person.

Why PowerPoint is not suitable for video slides?

To create a video slide in PPT, you will need to insert a video file into the slide. You can upload a video file on your computer or insert a video from a website using the embed code. But his format rarely works well and may cause technical problems after being sent.

Unline PowerPoint, interactive web-based presentation makers don’t have this problem, and they can even tell you if your video has been viewed or not.

What makes a good video slide?

  1. Keep the video relevant: Make sure the video adds value to the presentation and enhances the points you are trying to make.
  2. Use a high-quality video: Poorly shot or low-resolution videos can be distracting and take away from the overall impact of the presentation.
  3. Keep the video short: Long videos can be tedious and lose the audience's attention. Aim for a video that is no longer than a few minutes.
  4. Choose an appropriate video format: Some formats, such as MP4, are more widely supported and are less likely to cause issues during the presentation.
  5. Test the video before the presentation: Make sure the video plays smoothly and that the audio is clear. This will help ensure that the video doesn't disrupt the flow of the presentation.

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