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Downloading your content in Prezi Design

You've finished creating your design and now want to download it? No problem, you can download the whole project or specific parts of it as PNG, JPG, or PDF files, and you can also kick it up a notch and create GIFs and MP4 videos.

Paid feature: Downloading in Prezi Design is available for users with a Plus or higher Prezi plan. Luckily it's a breeze to upgrade your license and get access to this and all the other great features our Prezi plans have to offer.

Downloading the entire project

  1. Click the mceclip0.png Download button in the top right corner of the editor.
  2. Choose one of the available options:
    Note: Use the panel on the right to enable Transparent background or increase the file quality in the Quality/Size multiplier dropdown and make additional adjustments to your GIF and MP4 downloads.
  3. Click the Download button on the right and wait for the file to export.

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Downloading a selection of pages

If your project consists of multiple pages, you can choose which ones you want to download.

  1. Select Download in the top right corner of the editor.
  2. Use the panel on the left to select the pages you wish to export in a single file.
  3. Select Download on the right and wait for the file to export.

Downloading a single object

  1. From the editor, right-click on the object you wish to download.
  2. Select Export as… and choose the format you wish to download: PNG, JPG, PDF, GIF, or MP4.

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Note: If you're downloading a map or chart with several tabs as a PNG, JPG, or PDF file, select the tab you wish to appear in the downloaded file.

Downloading a selection of objects

  1. Select the objects you wish to download by dragging the mouse cursor over them on the canvas.
  2. Right-click on your selection and choose Export as…
  3. Then select one of the available options (PNG, JPG, PDF, GIF, or MP4) and wait for the file to export.

If you want to share your content online, check out the articles on changing privacy settings in Prezi Design and embedding your Prezi Design content.

 

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