How to convert a PREZI into a VIDEO

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How to convert a PREZI into a VIDEO

1) Download FREE SCREEN CAPTURE (Safe link: http://free-screen-capturer.softonic.... )
2)Install it by following the steps
3) open it, select FULL SCREEN (recommended if you will play your prezi from the web) or REGION(recomended if you are going to play the PREZI from a file). Also you can select other types of recording, but i prefer the ones I mentioned
4)Select ANIMATION(to create the video)
5) Select MOVIE FILE
6) Select the NAME and place to save it, and NO AUDIO
7) Acept
8) Prepare the PREZI, and PLAY IT(try to play it slowly, so that people could read it all in a confortable time)
9) When you finish, select STOP
10) Then go to a VIDEO EDITOR(such as WINDOWS LIVE MOVIE MAKER)[SAFE LINK: http://windows-live-movie-maker.softo...] and edit it, cuting it, so that It'll be nice
11) Add music, effects, sound, voice, etc (Take care if you ARE going to UPLOAD it to YOUTUBE, VIMEO, etc because of COPYRIGHT LAW)
12) SAVE IT in the better kind of file you want(Ex: FULL HD, .avi, to burn a CD or DVD, phone, etc)

That's all.

Here is one PREZI of MINE I converted, and uploaded to YOUTUBE:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XTDSY...

The PREZI: http://prezi.com/lntezlu_nybp/hunting...
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Thanks Gaspar Mura

John
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vinay

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Hey Guys, please check my recent prezi to video conversion for the company named Nokero
check out the video
http://youtu.be/suaiGaGSv0g

Let me know if I could be of any help.

Vinay
vinay.dutta@hotmail.com
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Jason Vitug

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awesome video!!!
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Hayley Shaw

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Hey Vinay I really like this video. How much would it cost to convert a 3-4 minute prezi that has a video or two embedded within the presentation itself? i.e. there would be a general voice-over, which stops when you get to the embedded videos, and then starts again once they are finished.
Thanks,
Hayley
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vinay

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Hi Hayley, why dont you shoot me a mail at vinay.dutta@hotmail.com
..lets talk over then.. :)
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it worked great except that i couldnt record sound. I have vids in my prezi and when i capture it, the sound wont be recorded i tried "no audio" "microphone" and "line in" .For microphone it worked but well it recorded from speakers to microphone, and the quality of course is not good at all. Im i doing something wrong? or it is just not possible to do it?
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Camtasia Studio has a 30-Day Free Trial that I recommend for those doing a one-off conversion. Camtasia Studio includes a screen recording tool as well as video editing software and is relatively easy to use.

If you'd rather just pay someone a one-time fee to have your Prezi converted, check out convertprezitovideo.com where you can get it done for $39.
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Michael Mahoney

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I really like the solar light idea and video.
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Roberta Simões

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Guys, I have Screenium software on my computer but the recording quality is now very good probably because I'm doing something wrong. The Free screen capture software is only for PC and I have a Mac.
Could someone help me?
Thanks
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Guys,

I also recommend Camtasia, we have good experiences.

Zoltan, www.prezimagyarul.hu
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Billerwell Daye

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i have a mac also and used the 30-day free trial of Snagit. it works a treat.
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Eric

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I am using quicktime to do a screen recording. Is there a better way to get higher res?
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Eric

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Is there a better option than using quicktime for a mac? It comes out with so so quality
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Sara

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screenflow is good for mac users http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/...
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Roberta Simões

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I just got ScreenFlow, it's perfect for me!
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Moises Becerra

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are we incurring in any COPYRIGHT violation if we upload, a video created from a prezi presentacion, to Youtube or Facebook ???
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Melody Smith Jones

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Has anyone answered LilyFlowers comment about also capturing the audio? I added voice overs to my Prezi, and I want the audio captured as well.
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Roberta Simões

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Hy Melody, I use ScreenFlow and it captures audio as well. It's perfect for me.
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Melody Smith Jones

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Thanks Roberta! I've also learned that Voila on Mac also records audio from the computer as well.
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Andrew Nadeau

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I also know that when using Camtasia, there is an option for "Record system audio" which will record any sound that comes through your computer speakers. You can also add audio tracks (voice overs, background music, etc) after you capture the Prezi, which is sometimes easier.

Andrew
convertprezitovideo.com
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Alice Wang

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Thanks, yeah, I can use a screen recorder to save Prezi into a video.

Here is an article to show you the steps:
http://www.apowersoft.com/convert-pre...

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