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it would be possible. I also like the idea. And in the next generation of prezi (we are working on it) it'll be much more easy to do. Imagine a hyperprezi with search function! I'd like it! You have all of your course content in one prezi and you can jump back to the content of previous lession.
So be please be patient. And help us on the specification of the infterface! How do you think subprezi should be added? How to edit multiple path?
Another thing: When you are dealing with a hyper-prezi then a sub-prezi must be somehow merged into this path and might also contain multiple paths. I would say that a merging of a sub-prezi's path into the path of a super-prezi just connects the last point of the sub-prezi's path with the next point in the super-prezi's path. The multiple path issue could be dealt with in two different ways: the first way could be that as soon as you're diving into a sub-prezi you have to choose the path which you like to follow. The second way could be that the hyper-prezi can define a default path which is taken unless the presenter/audience likes to choose a different one.
But we are working on it.
Ideas for the user interface: have a simple visual scroll menu of the projects in your account where you can just click and connect to that project, copy and paste different areas of the presentation into a larger one. Basically, taking parts of presentations to create a larger more comprehensive one. and maybe even a build in open source copyright function where everyone can use different materials from other presentations by just clicking an agreement button?
1) Each prezi's starting frame (path point 0) is currently used to create a thumbnail for that prezi. The thumbnail is used as it is now - for listings of unopened prezis.
2) Use the same view to also make a full frame screenprint - created either on a 'save and close' or the first time the prezi is inserted as a subprezi using the method below.
3) Add to the media bubble menu - a new item called Media - Prezi. Clicking on it opens a selection window that allows a prezi to be selected from the list of existing pezis and on selection, the full size screenprint is inserted as an image along with the URL or relative path to the sub-prezi - this way a path can go from screen print to screen print viewing the 'preview' of each sub-prezi. A second zoom-in click on a subprezi's image drills into the sub-prezi, in essence loading it in the same viewport without loading a second instance of the viewer.
4) A 'back' icon placed in the top or bottom left now appears and is used used to keep track of and reload the parent (calling) prezi by remembering the URL and path node number of the screenprint, putting the user back in context in the top-level prezi. Also, the designer could circularly link back to the so called 'parent' prezi using the same method - the 'index' or parent prezi as simply one media image and link in the subtopic prezzi that the designer can place as the last view in the path.
I would love the idea of hyper-prezis as for instance for a company you could have 1 'mother'prezi, with the basic information about the company which is suitable to every body, and depending on who you present for you can click on the 'child'presi of your choice...
but it would be great to have it work with downloaded prezi's to make sure that it all goes quickly... and to bypass the browser inconveniences, such as no shortkeys etc.
I've seen a Prezi with a link. How can I put it?
maybe we could split the canvas into different regions (or territories) and, beyond having multiple paths, have multiple colors and fonts for each region.
No one from the company has responded to this thread in a year...What is the status of this "consideration"?
When you reach this path point you would be able to "play" the video of your choice, that choice being a Prezi. This might be a workable "workaround" until we have the ability to choose an interactive path withiin an exisiting Prezi. what think?
I've taken a handful of the prezi's on Prezi's website and embedded them into a powerpoint slide (its an automated process). One prezi for each slide (they can be sized up) and then applied the Powerpoint non linear visual navigation. You can easily switch between prezi's and they will remain at the point you left them until you return.
This is how you embed a prezi using our add-in. You just repeat this process.
This would also solve a problem I'm having.
I wanted users to have the option to go to a more detailed prezi at different frames of a prezi I was making, but then I realized there's no way to do it in prezi. It would be very useful if the audience could nicely tranisition deeper into "sub-prezis".
My suggestion on how to accomplish this in Prezi would be to have an entity called a prezi-link that are visible in a prezi similar to links in web-pages. And when users click on those links they transition into a sub-prezi (maybe at a given frame). When navigating to a sub-prezi there should always be a prezi-link back to the "parent" prezi they were in before they navigated to the the sub-prezi.
These gives prezi creators control of how much detail to present at each prezi and gives a prezi a possibility to grow like a wiki or web page. Which would be really awesome. What do you think?!
I really like the product and concept. Just wish there was more response from the company other than trust us - then no evidence. Just sayin.
I have an idea for a very ambitious presentation. It would basically follow the prezi format, but the presentation would need to be different in two ways:
First, it needs to be nonlinear, with multiple paths-- essentially an 'idea web,' or like one of those choose-your-own-adventure books.
Second, the presentation needs to be 3d, a little like the original Desperate Housewives opening sequence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DozfGx...
I know that neither of these features is available with Prezi, but my question is this: does anybody know what software DOES have these features? After Effects seems like the obvious choice for the 3D part, but I don't think it has nonlinear capabilities. Flash, on the other hand, would probably work for the nonlinear part, but I don't think it has 3d capabilities.
I don't know if this even belongs on a Prezi forum. Thoughts?
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