Custom AutoPlay time delays per whole Prezi or better individual slides.

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On an AutoPlay Prezi that I am posting on my web site, how can I set a custom time delay either to every slide in the Prezi or if possible to individual slides?

The 4 sec. is OK for most of the slides but too short for at least one slide.

I need to lengthen at least one slide in particular that is an embedded video.

Thank you.
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Hi servvant,

It is possible to change the time to all the slides as a whole. To do this, when in show mode, click and hold the forward arrow. This will cause a menu to appear above the arrow with "4 sec" "10 sec" and "20 sec" options. Just select how long you would like in between each transitions.

Hope that helps,
Travis
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Travis,
I have a similar question.
I will be doing the presentation in Manual mode, but would love to make few slides auto-play themselves when I get to them. Is that possible?
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Hi issergeev,

Unfortunately this is not currently a feature in Prezi.
Let me know if this helps and I am happy to assist you if you have any other questions.

Happy zooming,
Travis
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Thanks, Travis! That would be a cool feature!
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Ahmed Hassan

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Just wondering, if I were to achieve the full version of prezi - as in the $13.25 per month plan - will I be able the extend the duration of slides (especially for 2-3 mins videos)?

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Hi Ahmed,

Unfortunately this feature is not currently available in any version of Prezi.

However, we are always releasing new requested features to help our users share their ideas.

Please visit http://prezi.com/learn/new-features/ to see any new feature releases in the future.

Let me know if this helps.

Travis
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Travis..

I elaborately planned out 14 sec delay per slide with the hidden work around frame mentioned in an other forum and recommended by you.

So, I have my slides at pre-set lengths after taking much time to set them, yet when I auto-play my prezi, it sets every slide at a length of four seconds?!?

What do you recommend?

Thank you in advance for your sound advice,
steph
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not supported by Prezi but might offer an alternative
http://www.slidedynamic.com/prezi-aut...
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Steph

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SHWING! This worked!! Thanks so much!
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Ron Doerfler

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Hi All,

I'd like to announce the release of PreziFly version 1. 2. PreziFly is a free software tool for auto-playing online or downloaded Prezis. Among other new features, this release is required to work with the latest changes to the Prezi button layout.

Using the PreziFly graphical interface, you record and edit custom slide times in milliseconds as you advance through your Prezi. Then PreziFly will build an executable player file to play your Prezi automatically. PreziFly can also play an audio track of background music or narration or both, bridging the transitions between path stops and providing a seamless experience.

You can distribute the player file and audio track to users or use the player file to auto-play and auto-loop your Prezi at trade shows or conventions. Full support for pause and resume is provided.

See http://www.myreckonings.com/prezi for more details and to download the software. There are also new video tutorials there on using PreziFly.

Cheers,

Ron Doerfler
http://www.myreckonings.com/prezi
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you can make a custom timing on each slide by adding a sound (silence too) wich should last as long as you wish.

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