You recorded your video, now it’s time to spread the word. Prezi Video allows you to share your masterpiece with the world in several ways. You can send it as a link, download your video and share it via social media, embed it on a website or even live stream it to present your work in real time. So, which one is it going to be?
Sending a link
The easiest way to share the videos you create online is to send them as a link to others.
The videos created online are either unlisted or public. Unlisted videos do not show up as results in search engines and only people with a link can view them. Public videos however can be viewed and reused by others. These videos will also appear on the Prezi Video Explore page where users can browse through public and reusable videos made by others.
From your Prezi Video dashboard, you can click the arrow in the thumbnail of your presentation and choose Share to return to the privacy settings and the sharing options.
Embedding on the web
You can embed your video on any website with the embed code you can find on your video's view page. For more information, please check this article.
You can also connect the Prezi Video desktop application with several streaming apps and present your video in real-time. First, change the camera settings of your preferred streaming app and make the Prezi Video Virtual Camera the default camera. Then, go back to the Prezi Video app and after adding your content, click on Video Conference instead of recording to start streaming your video.
Sharing on social media
Once your video is good to go and ready to be shared with the world, download it as an .mp4 file and upload it to Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn, Twitter or anywhere on the world wide web.
If you are recording in the desktop app, you can also optimize the file size for social media or for phones before exporting the video.