Partitioning a larger image

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Assuming I have a pretty large image, imported as a single graphic file.
Is it possible to first zoom to the entire image at once and then zoom to single fragments of it? My aim is to dive into details after having shown an overview first.

Can you shortly describe how?
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Oh, I think I have found the answer already; I can just put some hidden frames "over" the image to zoom around...
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Hello Der teddy,

You are correct, the way to zoom into your photo would be using the hidden frames. Just make a smaller frame where you need to zoom into and add that frame into your path, then when you get to that part, it will zoom in.

If you wanted to learn a little more on prezi and frames: http://prezi.com/learn/create-frames/

Also watch the three videos at prezi.com/learn they will teach you everything else.

Thank you,
Ryan Mahan
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Ok, so it is really a valid option to draw a very large image in Omnigraffle and move through it using hidden frames only, i.e. using no other function from Prezi?

Hopefully zooming won't end up with "pixelized" views on the image.
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Hi Der Teddy,

Yes. Incase you zoom very far into the image, you will still get pixelation. A trick to avoid this is to upload a picture in sections, then assemble them in Prezi. That way you have highly zoomable content.

Hope this helps,
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