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Adding an image to your video from Google Drive

Need to record a video urgently but you don't have your own computer with you where all your most used visual assets are stored? Don't worry, Prezi Video and Google Drive got you covered! With our Google Drive integration, you can easily access your image files from the cloud and add them directly to your video so you can record or live stream anywhere, any time. 

Please know: Adding images to your video directly from Google Drive is currently only possible when using the Prezi Video online editor.

Adding images to a video from Google Drive

You already chose a template for your video, it's time to add your content! You can add text and one image per slide by either searching for a visual by keyword in our image library, by uploading it from your computer or selecting a file from your Dropbox, One Drive or Google Drive account. 

To add an image file to your video directly from your Google Drive storage, select Google Drive under Add visual

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If you haven't already, choose the Google account you'd like to use. Then, you'll be taken to your Google Drive. Just select the folder where your visual is stored and click on it to add it to your video.

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To add another file to your video, you first need to add another slide and then repeat the steps above. To remove the image, click Remove image above the search bar. 

Want to learn more about Prezi Video and its features? Check out our dedicated Knowledge Base!

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