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Getting started with VideoCom Presenter

In this guide, you will learn the basics of using the app. We have put together a number steps which will help you make the most out of VideoCom Presenter, from preparation to presentation.

Connecting your existing presentation slides
Adding sources to your presentation
Recording your presentation
Prepare with presenter notes
Make it more obvious with annotations

Connecting your existing presentation slides

VideoCom Presenter allows you to connect your existing presentation files from PowerPoint, Google Slides, and PDFs via the Connect Presentation Menu.

"Connect Presentation" and "Add Slide" buttons in VideoCom Presenter

Adding sources to your presentation

Personalize your slides and make them feel more dynamic by adding cameras, videos, images and other elements to your presentation. These elements can be added as Presenter slides by going to the Add Slide Menu, or via the Overlay Element Menu to add them as an overlay within an existing slide.

Expanded "Overlay Element" dropdown in VideoCom Presenter

Recording your presentation

Once you're happy with the look and feel of your presentation slides, you can record your presentation by using the Record button. We'll show a countdown to ensure your ready and by default, your recorded presentation will be available in our secure cloud and available to share easily.

Present and Record button in VideoCom Presenter

Prepare with Presenter notes

When performing your presentation, you may need additional context to make sure you don't forget what to say. We have an interactable Presenter notes section where you can see your presentations existing notes but also write new ones.

Presenter notes section in VideoCom Presenter

Make it more obvious with annotations

Annotations allow you to draw over the top of your presentation. This makes it easy to show your viewer exactly what you're talking about. On top of that, there's also a laser pointer tool which is less permanent and can be used to draw your viewers eyes to a particular area of your slides.

Annotations buttons in VideoCom Presenter

Updated on: 10/10/2022

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