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Getting started with Prezi Video

Welcome to Prezi Video, a brand new way to create that puts you right alongside your content as you live stream or record, for a seamless and personalized experience that keeps viewers hooked. Read more below for some helpful tips to get started.

Installing and getting started

Prezi Video is available online and as a desktop application for Windows or Mac. The installation of Prezi Video desktop requires about 200-300 MB. Since you’ll be creating full HD videos, it’s advised that you have at least 2 GB free space on your computer. You’ll also need a built-in or external camera to record your videos.

Learn more about the system requirements →
Learn more about enabling your camera →
Learn about installing the Prezi Video desktop app →

Creating a video

There are multiple ways you can create and record videos using Prezi Video. You can either use the online application to create a video from one of our templates, reusing the content in another user-created video, or you can use the desktop app to convert your existing Prezi presentations or PowerPoint slides to record or live stream.

Learn more about using Prezi Video online →
Learn more about using the Prezi Video desktop app →

Saving a video

Once you’re done with recording and you’ve made the final touches to your masterpiece, you can download it as a .mp4 file or save it to your Prezi Video dashboard where you can access all your videos to view, download, or share as a link (don’t worry, if you have to stop halfway through creating your video, we will save it as a draft that you can also access from your dashboard).

Learn more about saving your video →

Sharing a video

Once you’ve created your video, it’s time to share it. You can easily download the recording as a video file that you can upload to social media, embed it on a website, or send it via email. Moreover, you can also live-stream your video from the desktop application to present your content in real-time.

Learn more about sharing your video →

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