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17 fun presentation ideas (with video!) to wow your audience

17 fun presentation ideas (with video!) to wow your audience

  • 30 Mar 2023

So you want to be the next Steve Jobs. Or Martin Luther King. Or any other dazzling orator you look up to. But you need a little something to add to your presentation ideas – you don’t want to bore people to death with Powerpoint.

Whether you’re creating a sales presentation, an event presentation, or just showing your travel video to Uncle Ron, we’ve compiled some of the best ways to get your audience seriously hyped up about your message.

Biteable offers online video presentation software, so we know a thing or two about making engaging presentation videos. In this guide, we share some of our favorite video presentation inspiration and show you some of the different types of presentations you might consider.

When you’re ready to make your own video presentation, head over to  Biteable  for hundreds of brandable templates, video scenes, and workplace-ready animations. With Biteable, making a video presentation is as easy as making a PowerPoint – only a whole lot more fun.

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Types of video presentations

If you’re looking to win over your audience with a presentation, videos are the best way to do it. According to Insivia, viewers retain  95% of a message  when they see it in a video, but only 10% if they have to read on-screen text.

When you’re making your presentation, you could either make your video the whole presentation, or just a part of the whole. Did you know, for example, that you can  embed a video in a Powerpoint document?  Either is possible with our video templates and it can be interesting to mix things up once in a while.

There are four main types of presentations:

  • Informative
  • Demonstrative
  • Inspirational

Picking the right one will ensure you’re onto a winner with your video presentation. For example, if you’re onboarding some new employees, you might choose a video template that’s an informative presentation like this one:

Or, if you want to show off how something works, a demonstration presentation might be what you want to create:

A persuasive presentation would involve creating a video more like this charity infographic example:

And if you want something a little more inspirational, try something like this positive quote video template.

But that’s not all, folks! If you’d like to check out more awesome Biteable video templates, visit our  templates page here .

Creative (and fun!) video presentation ideas

You’ve now picked the type of presentation you need. But how do you get creative with your video?

First of all, it’s important your video is top-notch. Without high-quality graphics and production value, your message may fall by the wayside. Choose online  video presentation software  that’s easy to use and makes great-looking videos. That’s where Biteable comes in.

Whatever the topic of your presentation, your video format and design need to match the overall tone and message.

Delivering a corporate presentation on climate change? A fast-paced, wildly colorful template with upbeat music is going to feel a little off-message.

To identify how to design your presentation, think about the feelings you want to evoke in your audience. Want them to be crying with laughter? Moved to tears? Motivated into taking action? Pinpointing the emotions behind your presentation will help you choose the right template and make the best video possible.

17 great video presentation ideas

Now you’ve nailed down the type of video presentation you want to make, it’s time to master the finer details. Here’s just some of the ways you can make your message sing.

1. Start with a bold statement

A bold statement can capture your audience’s attention right from the get-go. Your statement should offer something slightly unusual and maybe even a little controversial. Something to make people sit up and take notice.

2. Tell a story

One of the best ways to get your audience’s attention is to tell a story – it’ll hit them right in the feels.

A personal, human story works because it the audience can relate to it on a personal level. Think about some stand-out examples of human stories that relate to your business or idea, and tell that story so people will connect with the central character. The bigger the emotion the better: love, longing, overcoming obstacles, things we’ve all had to deal with at some point in our lives.

Think about the  ‘story arc’  – how will you frame your message so the audience immediately empathizes?

If you’re selling trainers, perhaps you’ll talk about someone who’s training for a marathon. If you’re lobbying for women’s rights, perhaps you’ll tell a story of when a passing comment affected you deeply. Maybe you should think back to the decision that started your business, and start your presentation with that.

Here’s a great example of storytelling from one of the world’s top brands:

3. Use music

Music has great power to support and enhance the emotion in a video presentation, and has been proven to sustain an audience’s attention and aid in information retention. Music is used in movies to suggest an emotional state to the viewer, so why not in a video presentation?

Modern, up-tempo music will snap people to attention at the right moment, while slow, minor-key sounds relax the brain, which is useful for reviewing content so it can slip more easily into long-term memory.

It can be a struggle to find good quality  royalty free music , but here at Biteable we have a selection of great royalty free tracks (or you can upload your own if you’re that way inclined).

Music is one of the most critical (and often overlooked) aspects of any presentation. Here’s a good example of a Biteable template where the music does a great job of supporting the message.

4. Visual metaphor

Research has shown that combining pictures and text is one of the best ways to help people engage with and retain information. There’s something about how our brain works that makes text by itself far less memorable, so if you can combine something visual with your message, you’ll keep people’s attention longer and they’ll remember more of your presentation.

Talking to a group of people about taking action on something that scares them? A picture of someone diving or bungee jumping could work. Telling your boss how important that company retreat is next year? Show them an image of happy, relaxed people with their toes in the sand.

It doesn’t have to be obvious and clichéd, either. Closed doors, wide open roads, and lighting a candle all have subconscious messages that you don’t really need to explain. (Whatever you do, just don’t use the ultimate cliche: the overused  ‘water ripple’ .)

5. Use questions

Questions can be a great way to open a presentation, because they encourage the audience to think for themselves. It opens them up to a realm of critical thinking, which is perfect when you’re gonna sock it to them with your impactful message.

‘Did you know 15 billion trees are cut down each year?’

‘Have you ever considered what life would be like if you didn’t have to save money?’

The art of asking questions in a presentation means you can incorporate them into your video as a great lead-in. Combined with some appropriate music, it can really get your audience thinking about the issue, and then you’ll go on to explain exactly what your solution is.

Having a laugh can really do a lot to win over an audience. There’s no need to be too serious, and even if you’re dealing with a heavy topic, lightening the mood can work wonders.

Whether you’re looking to create a funny sales video, an event presentation, or a presentation for an interview — one thing’s for sure, you can’t go wrong by including humor.

7. Repetition

Simple. Effective. Powerful.

Repetition can be used in several ways: by offering several one-word sentences in a row (the repetition is in the rhythm), or by repeating a word or a key phrase several time throughout your presentation.

In his famous Stanford speech in 2005, for example, Steve Jobs concluded by saying  “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”

Repetition is powerful. It drives home your key message and strengthens your position.

8. Motion Graphics

Motion graphics  are basically animation with text as a major component, and is a staple of what we do at Biteable.

When you use moving graphics in a presentation, it instantly captures attention. If your audience is just taking their seats, or are halfway through hearing your story, there’s no doubt they’ll sit up and take notice if you introduce some cool motion graphics, like this Meeting Tips example.

Although they can sometimes feel clichéd, quotes are a great way to impart a message in a presentation. Want your audience to understand something complex? A quote from Einstein should do it. Or would you like to say something meaningful and poetic? A couple of lines of Shakespeare should convey some wisdom.

10. Audio narration

Narration can give a different mood to your presentation, especially if the voice is powerful and the words are heartfelt. Use it to change the tone or pace of your presentation and it will certainly keep your audience hooked if there’s a danger of them losing interest.

11. Go bright with color

Color can have a huge effect on how your video comes across. Don’t be afraid to experiment. The contrasts of black and white can be extremely effective, but you can also grab people’s attention with some carefully-chosen primary and secondary colors, like in our Motion Graphics template.

12. Use illustrations

Illustrations are a great way to communicate information, especially if you’ve got lots to say. Whether you want to create a crowd of people or a cool depiction of some new fancy gadget, illustrations can draw the eye and make your presentation more interesting.

13. Infographics

When you utilize infographics, you can pack in a huge amount of data and information without confusing your audience. Think pie charts, digital numbers, and ascending animated graphs. These can show your audience boring data in an exciting way.

14. Create interesting transitions

The one advantage of video over a standard presentation is that you can do all types of funky things with transitions, like a whip pan transition, when the camera quickly pans between scenes. It’s a bit like a wipe, but much faster. Check out our full article on transitions  here .

15. Make it look cinematic

Adding a cinematic touch can help your audience feel receptive to your message because subconsciously, they will associate these elements with being at the cinema, eating popcorn, and generally having a good time.

16. Go retro

A cool, retro look for your presentation will make it hard to ignore. By going retro, you add a little bit of cheeky style to your message. You don’t need to go  quite as retro as the template below, but taking a step back in time is a sure way to add a little bit of zing to things.

17. End on a meaningful note

Your presentation will only give your audience a lasting impression if you end it right.

It’s important to let the audience know what you want them to do next: to visit a website for more information, to ponder an idea or new direction, or to take action toward a particular goal.

An attention-grabbing visual will work really well here, along with a meaningful end to the music – a change of pace, volume, or pitch.

What’s the takeaway message? A strong CTA (call to action) will ensure your presentation is memorable and much more likely to be talked about.

Video brings your presentation alive

Of course, we’re a little biased here at Biteable, but we’ve also sat through enough mind-numbingly dull presentations to know that video offers a delightful treat for your audience. It brings your message to life in a way no other medium can.

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11 Easy Video Presentation Ideas (For Your Business)

Jul 1, 2022

There are a lot of ways in which the remote workforce has changed the way we do business, for better and for worse. Surprisingly, one thing that hasn’t changed is how people present. Powerpoint has followed us from the office to Zoom and unfortunately, the new meeting space doesn’t make these static presentations any more exciting. Video presentations help presenters clearly and dynamically share information in a way that resonates with their audience. In fact, viewers claim they retain 95% of a message when learned via video according to Social Media Week .

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In a time when the Millennials’ attention span can be measured as little as 12 seconds, how can we create genuinely engaging presentations? Is continuously changing slides the answer these days?

A skilled presenter has to master different techniques; therefore, we will examine the potential for video presentations. Join us to discover what video presentations are, the reasons why you should use them amongst your presentation tools, and exciting tips on how to drive engagement from them. 

Table of Contents

What video presentations are

Video presentation stats to consider, different types of video presentations, why should you use video presentations, what are the components of a winning video presentation, the role of accessibility: advanced research on video presentations, 5 tips on how to make your video presentations engaging.

  • How to create a video presentation

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Closing thoughts.

Presentations are a crucial part of business and academic environments. Thousands of presentations are delivered each day in different environments; still, many are doomed to fail. Although we can blame this on a lack of proper presentation skills , reality tells us there’s a change in how people prefer to see the content.

As a general rule, consider 10 minutes the Goldilocks Zone for traditional presentations in what comes to audience engagement . Inspirational presentations like the ones we see on TEDx don’t follow this rule, as the objective here is to share a compelling story as detailed as possible so the audience can relate. In some cases, academic presentations of the thesis defense style remain loyal to a specific format. Still, trends are also changing, and video presentations have much to offer in terms of exposing complex concepts more plainly.

A video presentation can be represented in multiple formats: as a compendium of animated slides in video format, video files and audio sources packed on a single video file, a video recording made in interview format, a video documentary, etc. Although this definition may sound redundant, the concept behind a video presentation is that they don’t require a presenter to change between slides or windows to browse different assets . Hence, the importance to create a story behind the video presentation, so the various elements don’t feel segregated without logic.

We can say people use the video format to convey information in courses, job training, edutainment, conferences, and any kind of message-sharing purpose that requires connecting with the audience for engagement.

Before dwelling on the specifics of building a video presentation, here we share some video presentation stats that speak about the importance of video presentations these days from a marketing perspective.

  • Online search continues to be the most common way (45%) for users to find instructional and informational video content. ( source )
  • The most commonly-created types of videos are explainer videos (72%) , presentation videos (49%), testimonial videos (48%), sales videos (42%), and video ads (42%). ( source )
  • 57% of consumers said that product videos make them more confident in a purchase and less likely to return an item ( source )
  • Millennials’ attention span can be measured as little as 12 seconds ( source )
  • A minute of video is worth 1.8 million words in terms of information retention ( source )

As you can see, the effort of building a video presentation is well-paid in terms of consumption and content information retention from the audience.

Depending on the requirements of the presentation itself, we can classify video presentations as follows:

In-Company Video Presentations

These video presentations belong to the business and corporate world, but their purpose is to distribute information among coworkers or to coach the personnel for a specific requirement. In-company video presentations are used in workspace training, as part of internal recruitment processes, or other kinds of internal presentations.

In-company video presentations usually carry the company branding; they have restricted access for people outside the organization, so their distribution methods happen in meeting rooms dedicated to these purposes. 

Business Video Presentations

Business video presentations are used for a variety of business purposes: business pitches, workspace training, advertisement, product releases, recruitment, and more. Business video presentations also include the ones dedicated to  B2B or B2C relationships. 

Like In-Company Video Presentations, they carry branding to identify the video presentation’s author quickly. They are shared through official mediums for the company (like a brand’s social media channels and website), during corporate meetings with investors or potential business partners, and through 3rd. party channels.

Example of Product Launch Video Presentation by Xiaomi

Examples of these kinds of videos are product launch sessions, much like what tech giants like Xiaomi do.

Another kind of business video presentation is the explainer video. Explainer videos can be defined as short online marketing videos that are used to explain the company’s product or service. Explainer videos are commonly used for sales, marketing, and training purposes. Here is a real example of a 1-minute video presentation introducing SlideModel.com.

Another application of business video presentations is when sponsorship deals are involved, as brands can present their value to influencers through short reels.

Resume Video Presentations

This is a relatively recent but incredible turn of resume presentations. In resume video presentations , the candidate offers a detailed introduction of their capabilities, skills, interests, and potential value to the employer in a visually engaging format.

Unlike traditional CV presentations, the video format gives little room for anxiety, answering most of the interviewer’s questions or even driving admiration for the effort and dedication to this job-hunting adventure. 

We recommend the usage of resume presentation templates for this purpose, as they save tons of time in crafting a high-quality resume video presentation. 

Educational Video Presentations

This category can be divided into three different sub-categories:

Academic Video Presentations

Intended for University-level presentations or post-Doctorate work, these presentations follow strict format guidelines. They are mainly designed to distribute data comprehensively, with proper documentation backup. Animations usually don’t take part in these video presentations.

Despite being commonly associated with business events, conferences also belong to the academic video presentations category, as the live sessions are recorded to spread the message about important research discoveries. 

Teaching & Training Video Presentations

Teachers introduce the presentations to their students on various topics to understand abstract issues better. Chemistry, Physics, and Geography are typical examples of subjects that use video presentations. However, subjects like History and Philosophy can save countless hours of whiteboard sessions by using educational video presentations. 

Webinars fall under this category, either being released to the public or in-company webinars, as they share common aspects in their structure. Do keep in mind that educational content recorded as video presentations is not the same as a webinar, as the latter requires the presence of a live audience, a moderator, and usually a Q&A session at the end of it. If we talk about educational content being recorded and released as a course platform, then we can say it is a workshop.

According to recent studies, visualizations through video presentations and video-based learning can enhance understanding. It is demonstrated that students who watched learning videos on Statistics, influenced engagement and motivation positively .

Student Video Presentations

Finally, students also make video presentations as requested by their teachers to present a lesson or project exhibition. These presentations vary as the students grow older, becoming less dependent on animated effects, setting the bases for future work or academic presentation formats.

Informal Video Presentations

If you remember seeing videos in situations like 50th birthday parties, baptisms, wedding anniversaries, etc., then you have already experienced informal video presentations. 

These informal presentations are free from any format restriction. As the term implies, they are used for any kind of meetup, making it simpler to share a story rather than to tell a lengthy story.

Inspirational & Motivational Video Presentations

The final category belongs to the video presentations with a strong emotional component. They are built to connect, to empathize with the audience in specific situations or problems. Examples of this are TEDx , Evan Carmichael, or similar influencing platforms.

In general lines, motivational video presentations are recordings of live events shared with the purpose of getting the message to the biggest audience possible (internet consumers). Another possible format for these presentations is recorded interviews or testimonials intended to speak about a person’s contributions to society. An example of this, from an organization’s point of view, are the videos produced by the UK’s NHS to highlight and thank their medical personnel for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Inspirational video presentations share common aspects with motivational speeches. A list of requirements for these video presentations would be:

  • Have a clear purpose
  • Make it personal
  • Get the message tailored for the target audience
  • A strong conclusion

Compared with traditional presentation methods, such as presentation slides or speaking in front of an audience, video presentations can offer a series of advantages. 

For starters, as you write the “ story ,” you are also rehearsing the points to be covered. In that way, anxiety or shyness won’t trigger you to forget about essential points or lose track of time. The length of the presentation can be predetermined, depending on the external requirements of the organization party, or how comprehensive or concise you need it to be. 

In the case of people struggling with camera shyness , an animated video presentation with voiceover is the answer to deliver quality work. Since psychologists and doctors agree the common point on fear of public speaking is the delivery of the presentation itself, video presentations shall reduce work-induced anxiety to a great degree. Since psychologists and doctors agree the common point on fear of public speaking is the delivery of the presentation itself, video presentations shall reduce work-induced anxiety to a great degree. You can also convert images to video online using video editor platforms to easily create video from images and voiceover on video.

Video presentations can be persuasive thanks to the usage of graphics and audio. It is far easier to convey emotions through video presentations than to put them in the presentation design. Also, research by Dr. James McQuivey proved that a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words in terms of information retention.

Regarding engagement, the popularity that both TikTok and YouTube gained among the younger generations reflects the behavioral changes in content consumption . It has come to the point that even professionals use TikTok to demystify health hoaxes and help users worldwide. Therefore, using video format for presentations can help to boost your presentation performance, making it attractive for your audience and less effort-demanding. 

The most significant factor in delivering a successful video presentation is keeping the audience engaged. To ensure this, make sure the presentation doesn’t feel robotic-like but that it conveys a personal message. Don’t get this point wrong if we talk strictly about business or academic scenarios; making video presentations to deliver your personal touch can become as simple as selecting the proper color combination to enforce your message . Other solutions come from watching your voice tone not to make it too monotonous. 

Structure your presentation accordingly. In business or academic video presentations is a good idea to introduce a slide in the fashion of a table of contents . It is an extra touch that brings the audience closer to the topics due to be discussed. 

Consider the audience’s perspective as a vital element in video presentations. Check relevant examples of the topic discussed on platforms such as YouTube or DailyMotion. Compare their approach to yours and assert if you would watch your presentation as a spectator or not. This simple test gives insights into which aspects you should work on.

Winning video presentations never miss the usage of CTAs. It’s a good method to direct the audience’s interest to a specific goal.

Video presentations can become an incredible tool for driving engagement, yet there is a problem that not so many presenters address: accessibility. Think about how many times a presenter ends a phrase like “over here,” assuming the audience is watching the item being shown. But what if members of the target audience have visual impairments?

Much like we consider the importance of adding Closed Captioning (CC) to our videos, accessibility in terms of the narrative is a must. On this behalf, we want to introduce an interesting research that led to the production of a tool named Slidecho . Using state-of-the-art technology like video scene detection, AI, and OCR, Slideshow follows these very steps:

  • Step 1: Extract slide frames
  • Step 2: Selecting slide elements
  • Step 3: Detecting described elements from the slide elements
  • Step 4: Aligning slides with the speech

Therefore, Slidecho uses an algorithmic methodology to extract the visual elements from the slides, converting them to an audio reading format whilst aligning it with the original speaker’s narration. Moreover, its interface instantiates new interactions that augment the plain video interface with synchronized slide information and audio notifications to alert users to undescribed elements.

This technological advance helps the audience better understand what is being presented, regardless of the context of the presentation. Imagine an award ceremony where many references apply to visual cues. People with visual impairments get half of the message, with luck, when presenters fall into colloquial language usage, not understanding the context or having to ask for clarification. If instead, the synced narration is available, we then talk about making presentations available for everyone. This is an accurate definition of enriching an event experience.

If we talk about attending to the needs of people with hearing impairments, we have to consider the social factor as a motivator in presentations. It is a common mistake to leave slides filled with text and voiceover narration in the background providing detailed information. A study made by Stanford University speaks about the value of having the presenter’s face available through these slides, as it delivers both social cues plus helps users through lip reading. The human factor also reduces distractions since the audience must check the presenter’s input on written slides.

Example of video instruction with lecture slides in the back - Effects on information retention, visual attention and affect.

Tip #1 – Be mindful of the presentation topic

It’s not the same to create a presentation for a business audience as an inspirational presentation. The category of the presentation shall determine items like

  • Background music
  • Color theme
  • Visual hierarchy
  • Videos to include

Tip #2 – Limit the number of words to include

The whole idea behind the video presentation is to make a dynamic presentation, not having to pause every 5 seconds to allow the spectator to read.

Instead, use words to transmit powerful messages, such as quotes relevant to the presented topic, key information, or CTAs. Use the 7×7 rule: no slide should have more than 7 lines of text, and no sentence should have more than 7 words. 

Tip #3 – Voiceovers can become your best friends

The whole point behind a video presentation is not to create a boring one-person video speaking in front of the camera. Use voiceovers effectively to introduce charts, data feedback, etc., with your voice connecting the points of the entire presentation.

Be mindful of the tone. A monotonous or flat tone can divert attention and induce people to ignore your work. Your voice skills should articulate the importance of the point being discussed as well as your interest in it.

Tip #4 – The power of transitions

Adding suitable transitions and animations makes the presentation more engaging . However, this isn’t equal to adding countless effects. Less is more.

Ask a professional for guidance if you don’t have experience with animation effects. The transition can be part of the conversation, being subtle if the presentation is flowing between data sets or similar topics, or contrasting and powerful to deliver a persuasive message. You may also want to insert a transition when you’ve used a video cutter to remove an unwanted part to smooth out the video flow. Don’t abuse any of the two extremes, or the audience may find it uncomfortable.

Tip #5 – Make video presentations accessible

As we mentioned before, quite often presenters assume the audience can understand every part of a video presentation. Reality tells us to attend to the needs of people with visual and auditory impairments by making audio and video media accessible .

Subtitles or translator screen-over using sign language is a perfect opportunity to help people with auditory impairments feel part of the presentation, making the message available to them as well. 

For people with visual impairments, be mindful about how you create the narrative for your presentation, in particular, avoiding visual cues like: “over here,” “this,” and “there” and gesticulating over an object or person, assuming everyone can get the same reference information. Instead, opt to be descriptive in your speech; software solutions can help a great deal, but you can also use native PowerPoint or Google Slides tools such as voiceovers .

How to create a video presentation & recommended video presentation templates

You can create your own video presentations as easily as using Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynotes, or Google Slides.

Check these links for relevant information on how to create a video presentation:

  • How to Convert a Google Slides Presentation to a Video
  • How to Convert a PowerPoint Presentation to a Video
  • How to Embed a YouTube Video in PowerPoint

In case you feel stuck about which content to input or how to make your video presentation outstanding, a brainstorming technique can do wonders for interactive presentations and creative thinking. It is known as the SCAMPER technique .

Since video presentation templates make our life easier, we also recommend you check the following product categories to access extremely visually appealing designs created by professionals to help you deliver your message in style:

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Additionally, here you can preview some of our presentation templates that you can use to create a video presentation in PowerPoint.

1. Animated PowerPoint Charts Collection Template

Business Charts Template Slide

Present data in a visually appealing format by using this collection of animated charts in PowerPoint. Fully customizable, this template brings ease to speak about data-driven presentations; hence becoming a vital asset for any presenter in the corporate world.

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2. Animated Network Diagram PowerPoint Template

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Simplify the different streams that take part in your project or product release with the help of this animated template design. This Animated Network Diagram template can help you expose the processes that, with integrated effort, evolve into a successful outcome. It has animations applied to the objects, plus transitions to make the presentation more fluid.

Fully editable with any version of PowerPoint.

3. Free Animated Editable Professional Infographics PowerPoint Template

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Infographics are a powerful tool that every presenter must consider for their work. This Free Animated Infographics template allows presenters to communicate complex data pieces, build marketing strategies, or prepare professional-looking reports. 

You can find a broad variety of charts and graphs. These are fully editable by using the chart filter option to edit on a spreadsheet.

4. Free Animated Editable Infographic PowerPoint Slides

3D Circular Stack Diagram PPT

If you intend to present financial data or KPIs for your marketing projects, look no further: this Free Animated Editable Infographic Template for PowerPoint has it all. 

Arranged in an 8-slide deck, we find a compendium of graphic elements to represent complex data in a visually compelling manner. Fully editable in all versions of PowerPoint

5. Free Animated Business PowerPoint Template

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This versatile free presentation template for PowerPoint makes the perfect tool for more than business presentations: it works perfectly for educational video presentations and even inspirational video presentations.

With 9 fully editable slides, you can build your video presentation by using a unique combination of graphic elements, animations, and transitions. The graphics elements on this template are oriented to highlight leadership concepts.

6. Free Animated Business Infographics PowerPoint Template

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Use this free template to create powerful statements backed by data in your video presentations. With a broad selection of graphs, diagrams, and charts, this fully editable template can help presenters to discuss topics ranging from demographics, economy, marketing indicators, or other relevant research results in an easy-to-understand format.

Compatible with all versions of PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Keynote.

You also need to consider the output format of your video presentations. For maximum compatibility, you can use  MP4 or MOV. Other alternatives include:

  • MKV : The native format of most 4K videos due to being able to store multiple audio tracks. Ideal for presentations with different voiceover languages that presenters can pick from.
  • WMV : It’s a quality format for rendering videos to be shared via e-mail, although not compatible with some devices. Installing codecs is advised. 
  • WebM : This format is one of the preferred choices for online video libraries or live streaming services, but it can present compatibility issues. 

The answer to this question entirely depends on your aim for creating video presentations. For most presenters, PowerPoint and Google Slides will do a good job, allowing them to use features such as voiceovers, transitions, animations, and high-quality graphics.

If instead, you desire to make advanced effects, screen recordings, or toon-like animations with voiceovers, then you should check the following list of solutions:

  • Camtasia (Techsmith) : It is a professional video editing software, much lighter and easier to use than Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas. You can create professional transition or animation effects, work with layers to add multiple sounds or video sources and create screen recordings.
  • Adobe Premiere Pro : The industry-leading software in video editing. This often intimidating software by Adobe has all the requirements for professional video editing, plus full integration with third-party plugins or other software from the Adobe suite to enhance the video result.
  • Sony Vegas Pro : It is considered a direct competitor to Adobe Premiere Pro, less demanding in hardware requirements, and somewhat more user-friendly.
  • Final Cut Pro : For Mac users, this is the option to consider if we talk about video editing. Powerful and tailored for the hardware the Mac device has.

As we have seen in this article, video presentations are far from obsolete. It is a truly engaging method to divulge our ideas, especially if we target a younger audience. 

Take your time to write a compelling story to tell rather than spilling animations and transitions along the way. Professional-made video presentations always care about details and the takeaway message for the spectator. 

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Video is now the undisputed king of mediums in business communication. HubSpot reports that 85% of companies use videos in their marketing efforts. From webinars to demos, from sales presentations to investor pitches, and from welcome videos to online tutorials, videos are the go-to channel. Clearly, video marketing  is on the surge.

And video presentations are among the most widely used formats for video marketing. But how exactly can you create winning video presentations, to begin with?

Simply by signing up to InVideo for business where you get tailor-made template and video editing services on demand so you can spend your time running your business. Sign up for a free demo here. 

Video Presentations Q&A

Before we get into the meat of our guide, let’s quickly answer a few commonly asked questions.

1. What is a Video Presentation?

A video presentation is a form of communicating with an audience with the aid of a video or completely using a video. The video could be made of PowerPoint slides , still images, animation, or actual video footage.

2. Why Should I use Video Presentations?

Common reasons for using videos as presentation aids include:

- Overcoming space/time limitations - Using video as a visual aide to drive your point home - Video enables you to compress a lot of information into a digestible size

3. How do I make a Video Presentation?

Thanks to the advancements in technology, making video presentations has become very easy. It has also become more affordable than it was a couple of years ago. While different video makers have different steps to take when making a video , here are the basic steps to follow:

- Come up with a concept for your presentation. - Craft an engaging script . - Decide on the visual assets (and format) you’ll use. - Use a professional video editing app to bring it all together. - Promote the video.

Pro tip: To make things even easier, you could sign up to InVideo for business and get presentations made for your brand using the editing-on-demand services.  Sign up for a free demo here . 

4. How do you begin a Presentation?

You can open your presentation in 7 ways:

1. Share an anecdote or short personal story. 2. Kick-off with a provocative statement. 3. Present a startling statistic or data. 4. Tell a good clean joke that suits the audience. 5. Ask a loaded rhetorical question. 6. Show the audience a compelling visual. 7. Hook people with a fascinating quotation.

5. How do you Make a Video Presentation with PowerPoint?

Turning a PowerPoint presentation into a video is easy. Just follow these steps:

Step 1: On the File  menu, select Save  to make sure you have saved all your recent work in PowerPoint presentation format (.pptx).

Step 2: On the File  menu, select Save As .

Step 3: Select the folder location where you want to store your PowerPoint Show file.

Step 4: In the Save as type  box, choose PowerPoint Show (*.ppsx) .

PowerPoint Show Save as Options

Step 5: Select Save . That’s it.

Now that we’ve answered a few basic questions, let’s dig deeper into why videos are so powerful.

What Makes Video Presentations so Effective?

Why do they increase the impact of your message?

Well, it’s simple, really – people are visual creatures. This means we take in more information by watching than by reading. Remember the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words”? Besides that, here are 4 other reasons video is so effective:

1. Conveys emotions better

No other communication channel conveys emotions better than video. That’s because video caters to the brain’s visual and auditory systems, helping the viewer pick up on cues like body language, facial expressions, imagery, and music.

2. Cements information better

According to research , people remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read. However, they remember a staggering 80% of what they experienced. In short, visuals are easier to remember than text or audio because they help your audience “experience” your message. It makes video an essential part of creating presentations your audience will remember for a long time.

3. Makes it easier to digest information

Especially when explaining complicated concepts, video is a great way to present information in an easy-to-understand way. Not only is the format easy to take in, but it also makes breaking down concepts easier.

4. Builds relationships fast

I’m sure you know the marketing mantra: people buy from people they know, like, and trust. Nothing beats video in making prospects or your audience know, like, and trust you…   fast. Video is an instant relationship builder. It’s the next best thing to live face-to-face communication.

A video is a great tool that has made it easier to communicate thoughts and ideas with people – not just in a room, but even across the globe.

6 Types of Video Presentations You Need to Know

Video presentations come in different flavors, depending on their purpose.

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1. Educational Presentations

These are mainly used in teaching and learning sets online or in a classroom setting. These make it easier for the teacher to convey information and the students to grasp the concepts.

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2. Sales Presentations

The field of sales has evolved tremendously in the past decade. With customers being savvier, sales reps must play the game well if they’re to bag sales. One way they can do that is by creating story-based sales video presentations.

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3. Investor Pitches

Need to woo an investor? One of the best ways to do that is by using a video pitch. This will help you present your business plan in a visually appealing way so they can easily grasp your business concept.

4. Promotional Videos

Whether you’re promoting an existing product or a new one, video is your best bet for getting eyeballs on your product (or cause). People relate better to what they can see, making video the best medium for presenting your promotions (like product reviews, for example).

5. Employee Training and Onboarding

Video presentations are great for conducting employee training and onboarding. One of the main reasons for this is that video helps reduce the resources spent on these 2 important aspects of employee relationship management.

6. Informational Videos

As the name suggests, the informational/how-to type of presentation serves to pass on important information. Why video in this case? Because it’s more engaging and can pack a lot of information in a short clip.

Pro tip: You can get tailor-made templates to create any kind of presentation for your brand or business using InVideo for business . Sign up for a free demo here . 

How to create killer Video Presentations – 4 Tips

Now you know why video presentations are important and which scenarios to use them in. Now to the fun part – tips on creating killer video presentations. Let’s get to it, shall we?

Tip #1 - Know your Audience

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The most important aspect of creating a stellar presentation is to know and understand your audience. Even if you use the best video presentation maker , if you don’t target a specific, clearly defined audience, your presentation will flop. Understanding your audience will help you:

A. Communicate effectively

Effective communication involves knowing the language and examples that resonate with your audience.

B. Choose the right visuals

Certain visuals are more impactful when used on a particular audience. Study those that your audience will easily understand and relate to.

C. Connect on an emotional level

No matter the type of presentation, it’s crucial to connect with your audience on an emotional level. And to do that, you need to understand the emotional triggers to push in your video presentation.

Invest in adequate audience research. While it may be time-consuming (and a bit costly), it will pay off in the end.

Idea #2 - Brainstorm video content ideas

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Now that you have gathered enough audience data, it’s time to brainstorm some content ideas. Whether you’re creating your talk solo or as a team, 3 crucial questions will lay the foundation of your brainstorming session:

1. What do you want the video to achieve? 2. Which emotions do you want the video to evoke? 3. What will visual elements help your video achieve its goal?

The answers to these questions will help guide your ideas. They are key to creating a killer video that your audience will love.

Tip #3 - Craft engaging scripts

Craft Engaging Scripts

Audience research? Check.

Great idea? Check.

Now we get to another interesting stage of creating great video presentations  – crafting an engaging script. Whether it’s a live presentation, a webinar, or even a product review, you’ll need a great script to ensure you keep your audience engaged.

Even if you love creating impromptu videos, having a script for your video presentations is important. And no, you need not be Quentin Tarantino to produce a great video script (although it won’t hurt to learn how to become a good copywriter). Here are 3 reasons a good video script is a must:

1) Helps structure your video

To ensure your video has a smooth and progressive flow, you’ll need a good script.

2) Eliminates “dead spots”

Dead spots, or moments of inactivity, are a great turn-off in a video. They reek of unprofessionalism and can lead to your audience disengaging. The best way to eliminate dead spots is to craft a solid video script .

3) Keeps you on track

It’s very easy to get sidetracked when creating a video . However, with a script, you minimize the instances of going off-topic.

Creating scripts for your videos is a best practice that shouldn’t be overlooked. If anything, invest more in your script than the visuals as a good script can save a video with poor visuals.

Pro-tip: Once you’re confident about your script, it is time to make things even more clear. A  storyboard will allow you to break down your video visually, scene by scene, describing what is happening in it.

Tip #4 - Invest in the Right Tools

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With video, one thing you should never skimp on is the tools you use, particularly your video editing software. While there is a gazillion free video editing software on the market, it’s highly recommended that you use a professional video editor . And that means going the paid route.

Why should you spend on a video editor when there are countless free options available? Here’s why:

A. Get more (professional) features

Creating professional-looking videos requires a lot of resources and features. Most free video editors lack the features that will enable you to create professional videos.

B. Avoid branding and ads

With video editing software, free is never free. That’s because you pay through being forced to include the video editors brand in your work. In other words, you pay by advertising for them. Besides branding, some free video editors may subject you to irritating in-app ads.

If there’s one thing that’s inevitable when it comes to software, it’s that one time or another you’ll encounter glitches. This is where paid video editors have a great advantage over their free counterparts – you’ll have access to customer support.

From hardware (like cameras) to software (like video editing software), the tools you use will determine the quality of your videos. Invest in professional tools, and your presentations will sweep your audience off their feet because they’ll be more polished.

Pro tip: If you don't have the time or bandwidth to find your way around an editing tool, simply sign up to InVideo for business and get presentations created using tailor-made templates and on-demand editing services. Sign up for a free demo here . 

Tip #5 - Adopt Video Presentation Best Practices

There’s no need to reinvent the wheel when creating presentations . Most winning video presentations are based on common fundamental principles that work. Here are some you need to know:

1) Create impactful intros (and outros)

Your intro is the most important part of your presentation as it sets the tone for the rest of the talk. If you can’t engage your audience with your intro, you probably won’t get another chance to engage them.

2) Keep it short, sharp, and sweet

No matter how engaging your video is, always remember it’s not a movie. The point is to keep your audience engaged enough to pass on your information, no more no less.

3) Be professional

Don’t throw out your professional etiquette just because you’re on (or using) video. Maintain professionalism in your video presentations by, for example, using clean language and maintaining a good posture.

4) Use quality sound

Sound plays an integral part in presentations. Whether it’s music or speech, make sure it’s crisp, clear, and audible.

By following these (and other) video presentation best practices, success is inevitable. Remember, the presentation is not about you; it’s about your audience. So, ensure that your presentations provide a good user experience for your audience.

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Looking for a great Video Presentation Template? Here’s what you should consider

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Templates are lifesavers. They help you create a decent presentation in a snap, even if you are a newbie.

Here are 3 simple questions to help you determine if a template is good:

1) Is it editable? – Are you able to change things like playback speed, effects, or text, so you produce something you like? Stay away from rigid templates that don’t give you the freedom to create with ease.

2) Is it customizable? – Can you design brand-specific clips using your company’s colors, fonts, and styling? Good templates give you wiggle room to include your brand’s specific needs.

3) Is it campaign-specific? – Different videos fit different scenarios. Ideally, you want templates tailored to your current campaign.  That way, you have less tweaking to do because the templates are close to what you want.

Pro Tip: Get more tailor-made templates for your video presentations by signing up to InVideo for business . Sign up for a free demo here . 

5 Awesome Video Presentation ideas to bring The House Down

Presentation is both an art and science. Get the balance right, and you have the audience eating out of the palm of your hand. Here are some ideas to help you do just that.

Idea #1 - Tickle them with humor

Humor is a powerful learning tool.

According to studies by Physiology Org humor leads to learning because of it:

- Attracts and sustains attention. - Relieves tension and produces a relaxed atmosphere. - Enhances participation. - Increases retention and motivation. - Bonds the student and the teacher.

However, to reap all these benefits, the humor must be appropriate and on-topic. So spice up your presentation with a joke or two. The result? Your audience will laugh and learn.

Idea #2 - Use Relevant Examples

Effective presenters use timely, powerful illustrations.

The word illustration comes from the Latin term ‘illustration,’ which means illumination. So practical examples are like windows of your presentation. They let light in. They help people see or understand the material better.

Here are 5 questions to ask about your illustrations:

1. Are they relevant to the topic? 2. Are they suited to the audience? 3. Are they suited to the time limit? 4. Are they enlightening? 5. Are they well told?

Grab compelling examples from books, movies, TV shows, history, children, current events, and captivating real-life incidents. Use good illustrations ram your points home.

Idea #3 - Wield Questions like a Ninja

Questions are an integral part of learning.

Sharp questions aid learning. Plus, they keep listeners highly engaged.

Ask questions:

- At the beginning of your presentation to draw your audience in. - In the middle of the presentation to revive waning audience interest. - At the end of the talk, so the audience reflects on the material.

Also, allow the audience to ask questions. When your audience asks questions, they switch from passive spectators to active participants.

Idea #4 - Be Minimal

Have you ever sat through a presentation and felt:

- Dazed? - Confused? - Strained?

More than likely, the reason is the presenter drowned you in a blaze of inessential stuff. There was too much going on you couldn’t cope with.

Minimalism is removing all unnecessary material, leaving only the bare minimum needed to put your points across. It means using just enough text, visuals, scenes, or slides to make the point and no more. A minimal presentation is clean and uncluttered.

Simple yet intriguing. Plain but profound. Basic but punchy.

Most importantly, it makes learning easy and enjoyable.

Idea #5 - Connect emotionally with a story

Stories are speakers’ most powerful weapons. That’s because stories play a dual purpose –

- Engage intellectually - Connect Emotionally

And an emotional connection is key to bringing the house down with your presentation. Why?

An emotional connection:

- Endears you to your audience - Makes your presentation memorable - Inspires your audience to take action

By using a relevant story in your video presentation, you’ll ensure that your audience walks the entire journey with you from intro to outro.

6 PowerPoint Presentation tips to wow your audience

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No business video guide is complete without PowerPoint, the staple software for business presentations.

Here are 6 golden rules to help you nail your next PowerPoint presentation and leave your audience crying for more:

1. Keep Things Simple

Legendary artist Leonardo da Vinci once said something profound:

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication".

With the plethora of apps and templates at your disposal, you will be tempted to complicate things. Don’t. Keep things simple.

Simple design. Simple colors. Simple story.

People get swamped and confused by complicated stuff but easily absorb and appreciate straightforward material.

2. Good visual contrast

What use is your blockbuster presentation if the audience can’t see it?

You want people to enjoy your presentation, not endure it. If you use dark fonts on dark backgrounds or light fonts on light backgrounds, you’ll strain your audience’s eyes. They’ll struggle to see your lovely slides.

Classic black-on-white color contrast does just fine. You can use colors like red, blue, or yellow for headings and images. If you don’t like black and white, you can use other colors you prefer as long as the contrast of your combination is bold and strong.

3. Use a few words and animations

It’s easy to go overboard with fancy animations and a gushing stream of words. Only use as many words as it takes to get your point across and no more.

Too many words cause the audience to read rather than listen. Remember, your slides are there to compliment your talk, not substitute it. Also, a lot of words will fill up many slides that wear your audience down.

Ruthlessly cut out senseless animations that don’t add value to your talk.

4. Use excellent images

Images are to a presentation, what water is to fish. Without them, your presentation becomes bland. It lacks the needed fizz to keep your audience hooked. But only include relevant images.

Not only that. Above all, make sure all pictures are of high quality. Amateur-looking clip art causes the audience not to take you seriously.

Pro-tip: Get access to millions of stock assets and tailor-made templates with InVideo for business . Sign up for a free demo here . 

5. Smooth and fast transitions

While PowerPoint transitions can make your presentation engaging, don’t overdo them, especially the advanced ones. Not only do they quickly drain power on weaker machines, but they also distract the audience. Stick to simpler and faster transitions like wipe or slide.

6. Avoid overloading your slides

In presentations, less is more.

Having a lot going on your screen confuses and overwhelms listeners.

Cramming too much info into your slides is a big no-no. Clutter is your enemy. Strip your slides down to essential words and images. Your audience will love you for it and leave you with many takeaways.

Pro looking Video Presentations – No longer an option

With Industry 4.0 fast coming into its own, going digital is no longer an option for businesses and speakers.

And one of the most important communication mediums in the digital age is video. That’s why you can’t afford to ignore video any more. Whether you’re speaking before a live audience or seeking to disseminate information to a global audience, video presentations are the way to go.

Need a great tool to create stunning video presentations? Then make sure to schedule a demo and see just how much you can do with InVideo for business. 

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How to Pitch a Video Concept that Wins Over Clients

V ideo concepts are only as good as how you pitch them. Your video agency may have the next ‘Got Milk’ campaign on your hands, but if you go into the meeting rambling and unprepared, it won’t matter.

In this article, we’ll cover how to ace your video concept pitch meeting by covering what should go into your pitch deck.

  • Read your creative brief twice
  • Pair strategy with creative
  • Sum up your pitch deck in two sentences
  • Craft a mood board
  • Break your video concept into references
  • Show a storyboard
  • Revise, revise, revise your pitch deck
  • Practice holding your ground
  • Know the numbers

Pitch a Video Concept That Wins over Clients

1. read your creative brief twice.

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The Best Creative Brief Template For Video Agencies [Free Download] - Cover

Before you grab some Red Bull, Doritos, and break out into creative frenzy, take a look at your creative brief again.

From scheduling to target demos, your creative brief should guide you as you start your brainstorming sessions. You should always place your client needs above your own stylistic ideas and your creative brief should always guide your actions.

After all, the creative brief is what gets you a pitch meeting in the first place. While your video concept will be far more fleshed out and go into the ‘fun stuff,’ you have to make sure you live up to the promises of your creative brief.


Your creative brief is what gets you clients. Containing all the essential information about your video agency’s approach, it’s invaluable. We’ve optimized our creative brief template for video concepts and video agencies.


2. pair strategy with creative.

It’s easy to get lost in a really slick video concept. When considering your camera angles , opening shots, and soundtrack , you can lose track of why you created it in the first place.

Knowing how to pitch a concept is being able to pair a concrete benefit to each stylistic decision you make.

As you brainstorm video concepts for your pitch deck, work from strategy backwards. Back up each creative decision, whether it’s the look of a character, some dialogue , the final tagline, with a marketing strategy.

But that doesn’t mean you should only create from data. As cool and fun ideas pop up, you should find ways to make them powerful assets to your client in your pitch deck...what is a pitch deck?


Your pitch deck is the presentation you give to your potential client to sell your video concept. It's the visuals you'll pair with your well-constructed comments.

While it's tempting to just turn your creative brief for video into a slideshow , a successful agency pitch presentation should have its own life. When brainstorming how to pitch an idea, write a script first and then make the visuals to back it up.

3. Sum up your pitch deck in two sentences

While your video concept will mostly likely only last 30 seconds long (and it probably should be ), you should always be able to reduce your video concept into a two sentence story.

With every video concept you develop, you should be able to list:

  • The hero(es): the focus of your content. They fit within the demographic of the client.
  • The villain(s): the obstacle of your heroes. It’s likely the problem your client’s product solves (if you’re making a product commercial)
  • The how: how your video portrays the conflict. Does your hero win? Does the villain win? How do they do it?

Your concept video two sentence pitch should address all of these concerns. If your video has a tagline, it should be able to serves a title for these items.


Let’s say I wanted to prepare a video concept for a tanning bed company. For the sake of hypothetical, let’s say I wanted to include a series of shots of sad pale people with a final call to action: get tan today. I could easily sum this up as: Being pale sucks. The only answer is to get tan.

In those sentences, I address the hero (pale people), the villain (depression), and the how of how they relate: you can be happy with a tan.

While you can use a video concept template to harness your ideas, mastering your pitch is knowing to how to write a video concept logline.

4. Craft a mood board

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Top 14 Mood Board Apps of 2017 for Video Production [with FREE Template]

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but when discussing how to pitch an idea, the less words the better.

When you prep your video concept, the more pictures you have the better. When you go to meet with clients, carefully prepare a moodboard .

A mood board is nothing more than a collection of inspiration pictures. They can speak to the color palette, the project’s feeling, or what a character will look like.

By using a moodboard app, you can save yourself the hassle and create stunning inspiration boards that will wow your clients.

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5. Break your video concept into references

Knowing how to pitch a concept is a matter of getting clients to see your vision to way you see it.

But because your video concept will be brand spanking new, you need reference videos to describe the tone, look, and feel of your work.

If I said that I wanted to make a funny sci fi movie , you don’t really have a clear view of what I’m thinking. If I said I wanted to make a cross between Star Trek and The Office, a clearer picture begins to paint itself.

When making a production pitch, have references available for all aspects of your video concept.  If someone asks how your video concept looks, be able to show two clips that capture that.

6. Show a storyboard

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Top 11 Storyboard Software of 2017 (with free Storyboard Templates) - StudioBinder View - Browser

Sometimes people will read the first few pages of your preliminary script in a pitch meeting. While the strength of your words has weight, pairing with some storyboards takes it to the next level.

Not unlike animatic, a storyboard paired with a reading of your script paints the clearest picture for your clients. With lots of storyboard software out there, there’s really no excuse not to have one.

While you can storyboard any part of your video concept, start with the first couple frames to leave your clients wanting more.


While your storyboard slideshow fits nicely in an advertising pitch deck, creating one is often a scramble to gather your frames and then scan them into a computer. In StudioBinder, you can easily import your boards. It’ll automatically generate a slideshow, as well as, a link you can send to your clients for the pitch meeting.

7. Revise, revise, revise your pitch deck

While you assemble the inspiration you’ll need to wow your clients , practice your video concept pitch for your team and anyone who will listen.

There’s nothing worse than someone who reads directly off of the slides. Because a pitch is all about getting someone else to see the concept the way you do, revision is the bedrock of a successful sell.

Run your video concept pitch for your teammates once a week, taking careful notes. But don’t lose track of them.

By using a workflow platform , you can not only upload your pitch deck, you can also make comments and assign tasks. And the beauty of it all, is that you’ll never lose anything.

8. Practice holding your ground

After you’ve prepared your video concept, you may think you’re ready to burst into the conference room and show the boss people what you’re made of.

But the client may not love your production pitch. It happens .

In this case you have to be prepared to defend all of your project. Backtracking makes your video concept look not well thought out. By strongly and firmly understanding each artistic choice in your pitch deck (see point 2), you look stronger and more polished.

Of course, you’ll have to let your client make some alterations, but these should only be minor tweaks.

9. Know the numbers

How many characters does your video concept need? How many days will it take to shoot ?

While this should always be outlined on your creative brief , in the meeting, you should know your figures and especially budget off of the top of your head.

It never hurts to create a script breakdown report, so you know exactly all the particulars.

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Learning how to pitch video concepts takes hours of preparation. You can't just go into the meeting with a half-filled out video treatment template and spitball.

To define spitballing in this situation, it means you look flustered. By vetting and laying out your creative corporate video ideas ahead of time, you'll set yourself up for victory.

How do you prep your own video concept proposals? Drop us a note in the comments.

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How to make a show-stopping video presentation in 5 simple steps

Learn how to make a show-stopping video presentation to engage your audience, using Dropbox Capture to record your screen, voice and camera simultaneously.

Whether you’re a teacher, student, business professional or even a YouTube content creator – for many of us, delivering presentations quickly becomes a standard part of everyday life.

But what happens if you can’t be there to deliver your presentation in person, need a key point to land perfectly or you need your audience to watch it asynchronously in their own time? Have no fear, video presentations can be a great solution to all these challenges.

In this guide, we’ll cover everything there is to know about creating your own high-quality video presentations so your audience can benefit from your content whenever they need it.

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Starting from the top: What is a video presentation?

A video presentation is a method of communication through which information is delivered partially or entirely through video. In other words, it’s the process of using video to deliver a message or presentation.

Common formats for video presentations might include pre-recorded slide presentations, instructional videos, sales material, inspirational talks, entertainment or anything you can think of.

While the reaction to a video presentation will be subjective, there are a few general qualities that can be beneficial to keep in mind:

  • Make your video valuable – have a clear intended outcome for the viewer and be sure to reach it
  • Make sure your audio and video are clear – you want your audience to focus on your message, not your video quality
  • Bring your key points to life – use stories, questions and examples to illustrate key concepts and engage viewers
  • Establish expectations – use your introduction to set clear expectations, either with an agenda or teasing where the session is heading
  • Don’t rely on slides – if the slides added all the value, you could just send your audience a PDF. Ask yourself: what are you adding to the content by presenting it?
  • Keep an eye on time – don’t make your video presentation longer than it needs to be.
  • Mix it up – break the monotony and change pace at appropriate intervals
  • Don’t start again for the sake of perfection – if you make a mistake during recording, you can always edit it out later

Before you can start creating your own video presentations, you’ll first need a few basic tools.

Hardware for a video presentation

Let’s start with the basics, your tech. In most cases, you’ll have everything you need if you have a standard laptop or desktop computer.

Here’s what you’ll need to start making video presentations:

  • A laptop or PC – you’ll need something to make the presentation recording on
  • A microphone – to record your voice-over, either built-in or USB
  • A camera – if you want to include video of yourself, either as a built-in webcam or a USB camera

Video recording software

With your tech set up, you’ll need software to record your presentation. Depending on your needs, this might be something to record your screen, record your voice or record yourself with your camera.

With Dropbox Capture , you can do all three at the same time .

Dropbox Capture is video and screen recording technology, designed to make it easy to quickly capture whatever you need. All without needing advanced editing skills or specialist equipment.

With Capture, it’s easy to:

  • Record your screen, webcam and microphone simultaneously
  • Create GIFs
  • Draw on or annotate recordings
  • Automatically generate closed captions
  • Share in just a few clicks

While presentation applications like PowerPoint and Keynote have some built-in screen and presentation recording capabilities, they only allow you to record the presentation.

Whereas with Dropbox Capture, you’re free to jump between windows and applications throughout your presentation recording – giving you greater freedom on what you present. 

File storage and sharing tools

Ultimately, you’re going to want to make your video presentation available for viewers somewhere.

With Dropbox cloud storage , this is as easy as copying a link , with full control over access and permissions for your files.

We’ll now cover all the steps to create an impactful video presentation, starting from the very beginning – your plan.

1. Plan your topic, examples and intended audience

You likely already have an idea of what you’ll want to cover in your video presentation, but it can help to formally get this down on paper:

  • Presentation aim – what do you want your audience to understand by the end of the video?
  • Approach – broadly, what will you cover to help them understand this concept?
  • Resources – what examples will you be able to share to illustrate the key concepts?

To help with the planning process, Dropbox Paper has a number of pre-built templates to get your creative juices flowing, like the brainstorming template .

2. Create your presentation slides and your video presentation storyboard

If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to create your slides.

While doing this, you should also think about the overall storyboard of your video presentation – what are the key beats, how will you present them and what slides do you need?

A storyboard is a visual tool, used by video producers to map out the narrative flow of a video and the visuals that will accompany it. In many cases, your presentation will almost act as a storyboard, but it might help to get this down on paper first.

You can learn more about the storyboarding process in our in-depth guide to storyboards .

3. Record your video presentation

With your storyboard and presentation ready, it’s time to go about creating your recording.

You can record your screen first, then later record a voice-over or video narration and edit the two together. Or with Dropbox Capture , you can record your screen, webcam and microphone simultaneously. Using Dropbox Capture makes it easy to create your pre-recorded video lesson in one take. Perfect if you don’t have access to advanced video editing software.

To record with Dropbox Capture , it’s as simple as the following steps:

  • Open Dropbox Capture
  • Click Screen recording & camera
  • Choose which part of your screen you’d like to capture
  • Click the Record icon to start recording and click it again to stop recording
  • Click the Pause icon in the side panel while recording to pause or resume recording
  • Click the Draw icon in the side panel while recording to draw on your recording

4. Edit your video presentation

If you’re already happy with your recording, there is no further editing required.

In any other cases, you can use video editing software to apply finishing touches to your video as you see fit. These edits might include:

  • Editing your screen recording and voice-over together (if you have separate files) – with Dropbox Capture you can record your microphone and camera simultaneously, without the need to use editing software
  • Cut and delete unwanted sections of video – like an awkward pause or a dog barking, with Dropbox Capture you can do this directly within the app, no editing software required!
  • Remove awkward filler words – for cleaning up those pesky ‘ums’ and ‘ahs’, with Dropbox Capture you can do this automatically, directly in the app
  • Adding text overlays to emphasise key points of video sections
  • Additional flair and visual elements
  • Adding background music to create an atmosphere

5. Share your video presentation

With your video presentation finished, you’ll need a way for your viewers to access it.

If you’re using Dropbox Capture, sharing your presentation couldn’t be easier. Simply click the Share button and the sharing link will automatically copy to your clipboard.

If you’re not using Capture, Dropbox cloud storage makes it easy to share your video files with anyone and see who’s viewed your video presentation. All you need to do is copy a link to the file.

If you want to send a copy of the full video, complete with its cumbersome file size, Dropbox Transfer makes it easy to send large files securely. 

How to record a video presentation in PowerPoint

It’s worth keeping in mind that, when recording directly within PowerPoint, you can only record your slides and your editing options will be limited. The best way to give yourself complete control over what you record – and how you edit it afterwards – is with a purpose-built screen recording app like Dropbox Capture .

If you’d still prefer to record directly in PowerPoint, you can do this by following these steps:

  • Open PowerPoint and open your presentation file
  • Navigate to the slide you’d like to start recording from
  • Select Record in the top-right corner of the PowerPoint window
  • Click the red Record button, wait for the countdown, then start your presentation

With your presentation recorded, you can then save it to your Dropbox cloud storage , making it easy to share your video files with anyone and see who’s viewed your video presentation.

How to record a video presentation in Keynote

If you’re a Mac user and would prefer to record directly in Keynote, here’s how to do it:

  • Open Keynote and open your presentation file
  • Select Record Slideshow from the Play menu at the top of the screen

With your Keynote presentation recorded, you can then save it to your Dropbox cloud storage and share it simply by copying the link.

Again, your control over what you record and how the final edit turns out will be limited when recording directly within the Keynote app. To give yourself complete control over how your video presentation turns out, a purpose-built screen recording app like Dropbox Capture will be more suitable.

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Here’s How to Give the Best Video Presentation of Your Life

Your video presentation doesn’t need to bore your attendees to tears. Here are seven strategies to keep participants engaged and awake.

You’ve been asked to give a video presentation at a virtual conference. You’re excited about the opportunity to share your expertise, but you’re also worried about how you’ll manage to hold interest. 

Let’s face it: It’s notoriously tough to keep people focused during virtual presentations. 

In fact, 67% of workers say they find it easier to be distracted during virtual meetings compared to in-person ones. Even worse? 55% of respondents admit that they’ve checked their emails during those virtual sessions. 

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7 tips for video presentations that don’t make eyes glaze over

So, are you doomed to spend an hour talking to a bunch of people who’d rather be elsewhere? Will all of your time spent preparing be wasted as you watch attendees turn off their cameras and do who knows what as you ramble on?

Not quite. Rest assured, there are some tips you can put into play to deliver a compelling video presentation that keeps your virtual event participants on the hook. 

1. Curate the right environment

If you want other people to be totally tuned into the topic you’re presenting, you need to start by creating a non-distracting environment – both for your benefit and your participants’. 

There are a number of different ways to ensure you have the right setting for your virtual presentation, including:

Finding a quiet space where you’ll be free from interruptions (like barking dogs or kids who choose the most inopportune time to come in and ask for fruit snacks).

Cleaning up your background so that you’re the main focus. Taking a few minutes to tidy up is better than turning on a virtual background, as the majority of people prefer to see the actual room behind the speaker. 

Ensuring you have appropriate lighting so that attendees can see your face without shadows and glares. 

Think about it this way: Would you want to deliver an in-person presentation in a dimly-lit room with laundry baskets in the background? We didn’t think so. 

While getting your space ready for a virtual or hybrid event will take a little more work than simply showing up to a well-prepped conference center, it’s well worth the effort to curate an environment that shows you’re ready to get down to business. 

2. Check your technology 

Can you see my screen? Hold on a second, I just need to click over to my slides. Is my audio echoing for anybody else? 

Nothing derails your presentation faster than frustrating technology glitches. They’re annoying for both you and your participants, and unfortunately those delays can mean that you lose the attention and trust of your attendees before you even get to the content of your presentation.

Plus, they immediately slow you down and shake your confidence. They’re tough to bounce back from, especially when you feel frazzled and like you need to rush through certain aspects of your talk in order to make up for that lost time.

For that reason, it’s crucial that you triple-check all of your technology during your presentation rehearsals. And, it’s smart to use a video meeting platform that’s simple and intuitive. Whereby Embedded makes it easy to embed your video meeting directly within the website or app for your virtual conference, so everybody can navigate right to your session without annoying passcodes, waiting rooms, or technology hiccups. 

3. Switch up your format

While there’s a lot of debate over what our actual attention span is (you’ll hear the range of five to 10 minutes cited a lot), there’s no denying that whatever it is, it’s short.

You could present a surefire method to win the lottery, and people are probably still going to start to zone out after a few minutes of you droning on and on. And we don’t blame them – it’s tough to stay focused, particularly in a virtual environment. 

That’s why it’s so helpful to keep switching up the format of your presentation by mixing in various elements like:

Breakout sessions (more on these a little later)

Exercises and games

Questions and open discussions

Videos or demonstrations

This array of formats keeps your content fresh and your attendees on their toes. And it’s far preferable to spending an hour reading from your slides.

4. Leverage storytelling 

Imagine that you’re attending a presentation about the importance of accurate record keeping. 

Do you want to hear a bunch of statistics about why it matters? Or do you want to hear about the time a single spreadsheet error led to a synchronized swimming event being oversold by 10,000 tickets at the 2012 London Olympics?

The latter is far more compelling, isn’t it? And it speaks to the power of incorporating storytelling into your presentations. In fact, researchers have found that stories can cause oxytocin synthesis in our brains. That not only gets us more engaged, but also inspires us to take action. 

So, look for places where you can incorporate anecdotes or real-world examples. Those will hit home with your attendees far more than endless facts and figures. 

5. Remember that your visual aids should be visual

We’ve all sat through presentations where the presenter’s slides were filled with walls of text or bullet points of what they wanted to cover.

Of course, you can (and should) have your own notes to guide you through all of the important points of your presentation – but that doesn’t mean your audience needs to read along with you. Not only is it boring, but one study found that showing audiences the exact same words that were being spoken reduces audience comprehension. 

Your visual aids should be, well, visual . Rather than filling your PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi, or Google Slides with meaningless text, keep your slide deck interesting with:

Bite-sized statistics or facts

Graphs and charts

Relevant images

Even the occasional funny GIF or meme can keep your audience more engaged with your presentation (not to mention lighten the mood and inspire a little chuckle). 

6. Use breakout sessions to boost engagement 

If you have a particularly large group of attendees or a longer time slot for your virtual presentation, you’ll likely notice more participation and engagement if you break people into small groups – at least for a portion of your session.

There are a number of reasons for that, but much of it is owed to the fact that tighter groups reduce the potential for social loafing – a psychological concept that states that people put in less effort when they’re in groups than they do when they’re on their own, because they assume that other group members will help shoulder the burden.

Whereby makes it easy to start breakout sessions and groups , so you can give people the chance to connect more personally without interrupting the flow of your presentation.  

7. Invite active participation

Breakout groups certainly help people feel like they’re part of the discussion – rather than being preached to for an hour or so. But, there are a few other things you can do to fuel the feeling that virtual attendees are active participants: 

Encourage emoji reactions: Even if your attendees don’t have their own cameras on, emoji reactions give them the opportunity to share how they feel. Believe it or not, the same part of our brain that processes facial expressions also processes emojis. Whereby has live emoji reactions, by the way. 

Periodically stop for questions: While you don’t want tangents to throw your presentation off track, skipping any questions until the end of your talk can make attendees feel unheard and disconnected. Plus, stopping regularly to give people a chance to ask questions as they come up almost always leads to more productive, engaging, and insightful conversations.

Involve attendees in examples and demonstrations: This is tougher to do during a virtual event than an in-person one, but find ways to involve your audience members whenever you can. Have them act out an example scenario or ask them to share something with the group. The more you can work them into your presentation, the more alert they’ll be. 

Is everybody still awake out there?

When one in three people admit they’ve felt drowsy or even dozed off during a work meeting, the last thing you want is for the presentation you worked so hard on to quite literally lull people to sleep. 

While virtual conferences have their benefits, it can admittedly feel more challenging to keep the energy up. 

Fortunately, you can do more than accept the fact that some people will catch a much-needed snooze during your session. Use these strategies, and you’ll create a video presentation that keeps your participants engaged (and, you know, awake). 

Ready to give the best video presentation of your life? Learn how Whereby can help make it happen . 

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Create Video Presentations and Capture Your Audience’s Full Attention

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Slide presentations are like email and elephant lamps—everyone says they hate them but they’re not going away. Still, you can do better. Like creating a video presentation instead. It’s not that much more work, and you’ll wind up with something far more interesting and engaging.

What is a video presentation?

A video presentation typically refers to a hybrid media experience that combines the visual elements of a slide presentation (like the kind you’d make in Powerpoint, Keynote, or Prezi) with components like voice narration, music, and video clips. The ideal end result is a dynamic, shareable video that clearly lays out a pitch or lesson without you actually having to be there to present it.

TL;DR: It’s a Powerpoint presentation, but way better.

Different types of video presentations

The end goal of your video presentation will likely dictate what form it takes. Here are some of the more common types:

  • Educational presentations. Video presentations are a great way to teach skills or concepts. The slideshow element gives you the flexibility to hold the viewer’s hand as you move from one step to another, and you can even intersperse clips demonstrating any tricky or hard-to-explain parts.
  • Sales presentations. Let’s say you have a product or service to sell. (Congrats!) In an ideal world where everyone had unlimited time, you could travel the globe singing its praises. In reality, you probably have a life that prevents you from spending all your time doing that. The solution? Record one kickass presentation and post or distribute it.
  • Investor pitches. In a similar vein as the sales presentation, putting your pitch to investors in video form gives you the potential to reach way more possible investors than you would going from conference room to conference room.
  • Promotional videos. Since promotional videos tend to be for a larger audience than, say, investor pitches, they skew more toward the video end of the spectrum rather than the slideshow end. Nevertheless, a demo or some helpful graphics can be a welcome alternative to the same old commercial or ad. No matter how powerful the presentation software, though, you’ll still have to channel your own inner Billy Mays.
  • Onboarding videos. Save the spiel and put all the information for hirees together in one super snazzy video presentation. Especially as more people work remotely, a quality video can make newbies feel like part of the team. While this probably shouldn’t replace quality one-on-one training, it can help you save a bit of time going over the basics. 
  • Informational videos. A well-delivered lecture is all well and good, but amping up its impact with some visual aids can take it to the next level and turn a dry recitation of facts into an actually engaging video.

Why make a video presentation?

Making a video presentation may seem a bit extra compared to making a Powerpoint. Assembling those additional components is worth it, though, if not for the added benefits, then for the impression you’ll make on your audience. 

  • Video presentations can accommodate multiple learning styles. People retain information in different ways, so the more methods you can find to convey information in your presentation, the more likely your audience is to hold on to your message. You can give people assignments for tactile learners, graphics for the visual learners, etc. 
  • Video presentations offer more avenues to engage your audience. Raise your hand if you’ve ever drifted off while scrolling through a slide presentation. To be fair, not all Powerpoints are interminable slogs through text-heavy slides created by people who have no idea how to make a presentation…but a lot of them are. And even for the ones that aren’t, the added dynamism they’d get from the option of adding some music or voice work in a video presentation would still make them more enjoyable for their audience.
  • Video presentations are convenient. Instead of juggling calendars and stressing about scheduling your pitch, you can just send a link and have everyone watch your presentation when they actually want to or have time to. You’ll wonder why you ever set up meetings to begin with.
  • Video presentations are efficient. You most likely can’t fit all the information you need to on a slide (though people definitely try). By the same token, unless you’re speed-reading, you face a similar issue with voiceover. But when the two join forces, the balance is just right.

How to create a video presentation with Descript

The easiest way to create a high quality presentation with Descript is to create a video in your slideshow creator of choice and then import it into Descript for some polish. This step-by-step guide will use a presentation made in Prezi as an example.

  • Create your slide presentation in Prezi, then record it at the pace you want using Descript’s built-in screen recorder . Or Prezi’s—this is a feature on most comparable platforms nowadays. 
  • If you recorded in Prezi, download the presentation; this will turn your slides into a video. If you recorded in Descript, skip to step 5. 
  • Next, open Descript (i.e. our video editor ) and start a new project if you don’t already have one.
  • You can add your video to the timeline either with a simple drag and drop from your Finder or by clicking “Add new…” in the sidebar and choosing the video file from there.
  • Once your slideshow is in your timeline, you can make the voiceover part of your presentation by playing the video in the timeline and recording yourself reading your script as the video plays. You can then use Descript’s audio editing feature to take out any dead spots and filler words (the “likes” and “ums”) to generally tighten up the audio, making you sound super professional. 
  • Add your voiceover to the timeline, again by dragging and dropping or by selecting from the “Add New” menu.
  • Finally, it’s time to join the video and audio by matching your voiceover to the presentation. One easy way to do this is to match up the start of the audio waveform with the start of the video. Rather than working with one big piece of audio, you can break your audio up into chunks to make it easier to move pieces around to match the video.

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  • Once you’ve matched up your elements, you can export your project and publish it to your platform of choice. Mazel tov—you just made a video presentation.

You can also add captions and titles, pull in pictures or video overlays, and play around with other effects. But first, try starting simple. Once you get the hang of it, there are all kinds of modifications you can make that will elevate your slideshow into a full-on event.

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15 Video Presentation Ideas: Engaging Your Audience Like Never Before

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In today’s digital age , video presentations have become an essential tool for businesses and individuals alike. Whether you’re delivering a sales pitch, presenting a project, or teaching a class, a well-designed video presentation can make all the difference in engaging your audience and delivering your message effectively. However, coming up with innovative and captivating video presentation ideas can be a challenge. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of 15 video presentation ideas to inspire and help you create a memorable video presentation.

What is a Video Presentation?

Information, ideas, or messages can be visually represented in a video presentation. It’s a great tool for communicating difficult concepts in a way that’s interesting and accessible to the audience. There are plenty of uses for video presentations.

  • Marketing and sales
  • Education and training
  • Corporate communication
  • Entertainment

7 Steps H ow to Create a Video Presentation

Creating a video presentation can seem like a daunting task, but it is easier than you think. Here are the steps you need to follow to create a successful video presentation:

1. Identify Your Target Audience

Who is your target audience? What are their interests, needs, and preferences? Understanding your audience will help you create a presentation that is relevant and engaging.

2. Define Your Message

What is the message you want to convey? What do you want your audience to learn or take away from your presentation? Defining your message will help you stay focused and ensure that your presentation is clear and concise.

3. Create an Outline

Once you have identified your audience and defined your message, it’s time to create an outline. Your outline should include the main points you want to cover in your presentation, as well as any supporting information or visuals you plan to use.

4. Write Your Script

With your outline in hand, it’s time to write your script. Your script should be conversational and easy to understand. It should also be engaging and persuasive, with a clear call to action. You can use ChatGPT for this to make it quicker but more effective.

5. Choose Your Visuals

Visuals are an essential part of any video presentation. They help to illustrate your message and keep your audience engaged. Choose visuals that are relevant to your message and that support your key points. Custom visuals are ideal but you can also look for stock footage and images.

6. Record Your Presentation

With your script and visuals in hand, it’s time to record your presentation. Make sure to rehearse your script and practice your delivery before recording.

7. Edit and Finalize

Once you have recorded your presentation, it’s time to edit and finalize it. This is where you can add any additional visuals or effects, adjust the timing and pacing, and make any final tweaks. You can get an idea of what is missing by using computer mockups to visualize your creation.

Benefits of Video Presentations

Video presentations offer several benefits over traditional presentations, including:

Increased Engagement

Unlike traditional presentations, video presentations incorporate visuals, audio, and text to deliver a message in a more dynamic and interactive way. By engaging multiple senses, video presentations are able to captivate and maintain the attention of viewers for longer periods of time, which can help to increase information retention.

Improved Retention

Visual aids like photos, graphs, and charts can help to illustrate crucial points and make them easier to learn and recall. Meanwhile, audio can serve to reinforce knowledge and provide additional context, both of which can help with information retention. With a multitude of sensory cues, video presentations can provide viewers with a more immersive and memorable experience.

Greater Reach

Because video presentations can be quickly shared and distributed online, they can reach a considerably bigger audience than traditional presentations. This is especially beneficial for firms trying to reach out to new clients or market their products or services to a larger audience. Businesses can access new audiences and expand their reach beyond their local area by making video presentations available online. Additionally, video presentations can be included in an online catalogue , making them easily accessible to a broader audience and allowing viewers to browse through a variety of presentations at their convenience, further enhancing the reach and impact of your message

Increased Conversions

Video presentations are more effective than traditional presentations at persuading viewers to take action. This is because videos may make an emotional connection with viewers and convey a message more effectively. Video presentations can drive viewers to take action and make a purchase , join up for a service, or take any other desired action by using storytelling techniques and establishing a sense of urgency. Moreover, you can leverage videos by converting them  into shoppable videos . With the effective use of Call-To-Actions (CTAs), you can thereby increase your chances of making your customers convert even more. A study shows that with the utilization of shoppable videos, you can increase your chances of conversion by  30% .

8 Common Mistakes to Avoid in Video Presentations

When creating a video presentation, there are a number of common mistakes that you should be aware of and take steps to avoid. Some of the most important mistakes to avoid include:

1. Using too much text on slides

When creating slides for your video presentation, avoid using too much text. This can overwhelm viewers and make it difficult for them to engage with your message. Instead, use images, graphics, and other visual elements to illustrate key points and break up the text.

2. Speaking too quickly or too slowly

Speaking too quickly can make it difficult for viewers to follow along while speaking too slowly can be boring. Practice your delivery ahead of time to find the right pace that allows your audience to easily understand your message.

3. Not practicing enough

Failing to practice your presentation ahead of time can lead to mistakes or stumbles during the actual recording. Take the time to practice your delivery and become familiar with your content, so you feel confident and prepared during the presentation.

4. Not considering the audience’s perspective

When creating your presentation, it’s important to consider your audience’s interests and knowledge level. This allows you to tailor your content to their needs and make it more engaging for them.

5. Using low-quality visuals or audio

Poor audio or video quality can distract from your message and make it difficult for viewers to engage with your presentation. Make sure your visuals and audio are of high quality to keep your audience’s attention.

6. Not ending the presentation on a strong note

A strong ending is key to leaving a lasting impression on your audience. You can end a video presentation on a strong note by summarizing key points, ending with a call to action, or leaving the audience with a memorable quote or visual.

7. Failing to tailor your presentation to your audience

To make your presentation more engaging, you should consider your audience’s interests, needs, and knowledge level. This allows you to create content that is relevant to them and keeps them engaged throughout.

8. Not having a clear structure or message

Your presentation should have a clear structure and message that is easy for viewers to follow and understand. Make sure your content is organized and flows logically, so your audience can easily follow your message.

By being aware of these common mistakes and taking steps to avoid them, you can create a more effective and engaging video presentation that effectively communicates your message and resonates with your audience.

15 Best Video Presentation Ideas

1. interactive whiteboard presentation.

Create a presentation that engages your audience and invites involvement using an interactive whiteboard. This style of presentation enables you to draw, write, and add images in real time, making it excellent for brainstorming sessions or classroom instruction.

2. Kinetic Typography Presentation

Kinetic typography is a technique that uses animated text to deliver your message. This type of presentation is perfect for showcasing quotes or highlighting key points in your message.

3. Explainer Video

An explainer video is a short video that explains a concept or product in an engaging way. This type of video can be used for marketing purposes, or to teach a concept in a classroom setting.

4. Screen Recording Presentation

A screen recording presentation is ideal for showcasing software or a digital product. This type of presentation allows you to record your screen while demonstrating the product, making it easy for your audience to follow along.

5. Storytelling Presentation

A storytelling presentation uses a narrative to convey your message. This type of presentation is great for capturing your audience’s attention and creating an emotional connection.

6. Motion Graphics Presentation

Motion graphics presentations use animated graphics to deliver your message. This type of presentation is ideal for showcasing complex data or statistics in an engaging and visually appealing way.

7. Live Streaming Presentation

Live streaming presentations allow you to connect with your audience in real-time. This type of presentation is perfect for webinars or Q&A sessions, as it allows for direct interaction with your audience.

8. Testimonial Video

A testimonial video is a great way to showcase the success of your product or service. This type of video features satisfied customers sharing their positive experiences with your product or service.

9. Virtual Tour Presentation

A virtual tour presentation is a great way to showcase a physical space or location. This type of presentation allows your audience to explore and experience the space from the comfort of their own device.

10. Animated Video Presentation

An animated video presentation uses animated characters or objects to deliver your message. This type of presentation is perfect for conveying complex ideas in a fun and engaging way.

11. Product Demo Video

A product demo video showcases the features and benefits of your product. This type of video is ideal for marketing purposes, as it allows potential customers to see the product in action.

12. Documentary-Style Video Presentation

A documentary-style video presentation tells a story through real-life footage and interviews. This type of presentation is great for showcasing the impact of your product or service on real people.

13. Infographic Video Presentation

An infographic video presentation uses visual representations of data to deliver your message. This type of presentation is perfect for showcasing complex statistics or data in a visually appealing and easy-to-understand way.

14. Picture Slideshow Presentation

A picture slideshow presentation uses images to tell a story or convey a message. This type of presentation is great for personal or creative projects, as it allows you to showcase your photography or artwork in a visually appealing way.

15. Collaborative Video Presentation

A collaborative video presentation allows multiple presenters to contribute to the same video. This type of presentation is great for team projects or panel discussions, as it allows for a diverse range of perspectives to be presented.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, video presentations are an excellent way to engage your audience and make a lasting impression. With the right video presentation ideas, you can create a dynamic and memorable experience that will captivate your viewers and leave a lasting impression. Whether you’re looking to promote a product, educate your audience , or deliver a message, video presentations offer a range of benefits that can help you achieve your goals.

From explainer videos and product demos to customer testimonials and event recaps, there are countless video presentation ideas to choose from. By using a mix of visuals, audio, and text, you can create a multi-sensory experience that will help your message resonate with your audience. And with the ability to easily share and distribute videos online, you can reach a wider audience than ever before.

Overall, being innovative, entertaining, and memorable is essential for crafting a great video presentation. By adding these characteristics into your videos, you can leave a lasting impression on your viewers and keep them coming back for more. So, for your next project, why not try some of these video presentation ideas and see how they may help you connect with your audience like never before?

Q: What are some tips for creating an engaging video presentation? A: Some tips for creating an engaging video presentation include: keeping it concise and focused, using visuals to convey your message, using a clear and engaging speaking voice, and using storytelling techniques to capture your audience’s attention.

Q: What software can I use to create a video presentation? A: There are several software options available for creating video presentations, including Ssemble, PowerPoint, Prezi, and Adobe Premiere Pro. Ssemble provides you with free but user-friendly features so that you can make video presentations easily. Why don’t you sign up and try now?

Q: How long should a video presentation be? A: The ideal length of a video presentation can vary depending on the topic and purpose of the presentation. As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to keep the presentation as concise as possible while still delivering the necessary information.

Q: What are some creative ways to start a video presentation? A: Some creative ways to start a video presentation include using humor, telling a story, asking a question, or using a dramatic visual.

Q: What are some ways to keep your audience engaged throughout a video presentation? A: Some ways to keep your audience engaged throughout a video presentation include using humor, changing up the pace or tone, using interactive elements, and using visuals to illustrate key points.

Q: How can you tailor a video presentation to a specific audience? A: You can tailor a video presentation to a specific audience by considering their interests, needs, and knowledge level, and by using language and examples that are relevant to them.

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How To Pitch Video Concept: Definitive Guide [With Examples, Tips & Tricks]

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A video concept pitch is the first step in creating a compelling video that will be perfect for your client.

You may have heard other people mention this term, but do you really know what it means?

A video concept pitch is similar to a presentation, but it’s less formal — and without a PowerPoint.

The goal of the video concept pitch is to showcase what makes your business unique by using a series of slides with motion and sound effects to give the viewer a visual experience.

The video concept pitch is a powerful tool to get your potential clients interested in your brand .

By showing them how you create videos, you can show them how you can help them.

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What is a pitch video concept.

When we talk about a pitch video concept, we are basically referring to a video that is used in marketing.

Aspiring entrepreneurs have used a variety of techniques to showcase their products and ideas. Some of these techniques include making a video presentation, using a website or an app or creating a demo of their product.

Trying out different techniques before settling on one that works best for you will save you time and money in the long run. However, it is important to note that some methods are better than others.

A pitch video concept is a great way to demonstrate a product or service to investors or customers. It will help you explain what the project is all about and what the vision is for it.

What Is A Video Concept Pitch For Clients?

A video concept pitch is the first step in a video production process.

It’s where you present your client with a creative treatment, which is a step-by-step outline of what will be covered in the video.

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How To Create A Video Concept Pitch

The video concept pitch usually consists of two things: an overview and three to five bullet points, each one detailing an important point that will be covered in the video.

The overview gives the client an idea of what they can expect from your video.

It should last no longer than fifteen seconds, and it should include the main goal of the video, who it’s for, what the tone will be and why it will benefit them.

The bullets will give more detail on each point mentioned in your overview.

They should answer questions like:

  • What are three benefits that your audience will get from watching this video?
  • Why is this information important to them?
  • How does this fit into their needs?

For example, if you’re pitching a B2B company on how to create a better sales process, you might start by saying: “We are going to discuss three ways that you can improve your sales process.” Then list those three points.

Pitch A Video Concept That Wins Over Clients

Pitching a video concept can be a little tricky. You have to get your point across in the most effective way possible, while also trying to be as engaging as possible.

Telling a story is one of the best ways to capture someone’s attention. A story grabs the viewer’s attention and keeps it throughout the video by bringing them along for an emotional journey. 

It also helps to give your client some examples of what you might be able to do for them.

The key is getting to know your client first and understanding their business and how they want to portray themselves to their customers.

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How Do You Stand Up And Pitch A Video Effectively?

A question popped up on Reddit the other day regarding how you stand up and pitch a video. Here’s what I recommend, but let me know if you have any other suggestions:

Introduce yourself and your company, then ask if it’s okay to record. This is for your benefit to ensure that you can give them the best possible demo.

If they are not comfortable with this, you can either offer to show them a written proposal or come back at a later date when they are prepared for a meeting.

It’s also important to make sure that the person you are pitching knows what the meeting is about. Don’t give them a chance to say no before they understand what you plan on showing them.

Tell them how long the demo will take and make sure to communicate this with everyone in the room.

There will be someone that doesn’t want to miss his afternoon meeting, so make sure everyone knows what time is expected to end so there are no surprises.

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Start off by explaining why your product/service is better than your competitors—what makes it unique?

Next, move on to explain why they should consider using your product/service and why it will benefit their business? Finally, conclude by asking if they have any questions.

How Do You Make A Good Video Great?

How do you make a good video great?

I’ll tell you what I did.

After years of struggling to get my videos on YouTube to attract more viewers and subscribers, I decided to take a full-time course on how to make online videos that were different, more compelling and more effective.

I learned tips and techniques from several experts that transformed the way I made videos. I learned how to make better videos, faster, with higher production values , in less time.

The insights I gained from the course have helped me make better videos for the past three years. And it’s not just about making better videos; it’s about getting your message heard by the people that need to see it most.

Here’s what this course includes:

  • The top 3 ways to get attention,
  • Why your video needs a “lead,”
  • When to use animation or graphics,
  • How long should your video be?
  • What makes an explainer video work?
  • The critical importance of music,
  • The key elements every explainer video needs.

What Is The Role Of A Marketing Video?

What is the role of a marketing video? It is a medium through which you can deliver your message to your customers. You can showcase your product and convince people about its quality.

You can build brand image and increase customer loyalty .

To make an effective marketing video, you should follow a few steps. The first step to making an effective marketing video is to capture the attention of the customer.

This may not be as easy as it sounds.

One way to do this is by using animation in the video. Animation will attract more attention than other forms of media.

If you are looking for professionals who can make animations for your marketing videos, contact us today!

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Before A Great Creative Proposal Video Production

There is a reason why a video production for your sales or marketing campaign can be an invaluable business tool. A video production can tell your story in a way that is more appealing and engaging than words alone.

Telling your story with a video production can help you to clearly convey your message to anyone from investors and clients to the general public.

A video production can tell your story in a way that is more appealing and engaging than words alone.

A great creative proposal video production will combine elements of both art and science to capture, engage, entertain and persuade your target audience.

There are steps to follow in order to ensure you have the best possible creative proposal video production for your next project. Here are some tips that will help you out:

Identify Your Goal

Before even starting your creative proposal video production, you need to know what it is you are trying to accomplish.

This can be as simple as wanting to share information about a new product or service you have developed, or it could be as complicated as trying to make someone take notice of an issue that they may not have realized was an issue before they saw the video production.

Get Familiar With The Subject Matter

Video Concept Pitch Sum Up Your Pitch Deck In Two Sentences

Pitching a new video concept to your boss can be an intimidating process, especially if you work in the creative industry. But there are some simple ways to make your pitch deck more effective.

Telling your pitch story in two sentences is a great way to start. It gives you a simple framework to mentally organize your ideas and keep them clear and concise. 

If you’re doing a good job with two sentences, chances are you’re also doing well with the rest of your deck.

Concept presentation should focus on the creative challenge and its solution. You may be tempted to start with an introduction that describes the people involved in the project, but resist the urge.

Save that for later—it’s much more interesting to watch or read about how someone overcame a challenge than it is to read about who they are or what they’ve done in the past.

Make sure your presentation is visual. A pitch document doesn’t have to be full of pictures, but at least every page should have a title and number that corresponds to an image or diagram. The most important part of any pitch deck is not the text; it’s the images and diagrams that tell your story backwards by showing how it was created—not just what it is.

Video Concept Pitch Break: Your Video Concept Into Video

Are you looking for a way to create a video concept? We’ll, I have some great news for you. With this information, it will be very easy to develop your video concept.

It is almost impossible to get people’s attention in today’s world and especially with the internet. To make sure that your business stands out, you need to make sure that your video concept is unique and interesting.

If you are looking for a way to break your video concept into something amazing then check this article out. Video production is a big area so don’t expect to learn everything in one article.

It takes time to learn about video production and it’s something you will want to take on step by step.

Keep reading if you want to know how you can break your video concept into something amazing.

Start With The Script

When it comes to creating video concepts, the script is very important. Without a good script your entire video concept could fall apart and be worthless.

So, start with writing down what you want people to know about your business.

The easiest way to do this is by doing research on the internet and watching videos of other businesses that are similar to yours. 

Video Concept Pitch Pick Only The Best Ideas

You have a great idea for a video. You’ve already started to think about how you can use it to promote your business, and you’re feeling excited.

But don’t be too eager. Before moving forward, you should know that video concept pitches are not all created equal and you’ll want to pick only the best ones.

For example, let’s say that you want to create a video of your product packaging. Your goal is to show your audience what the item looks like when it arrives in the mail so that they feel confident buying from you.

This is the ideal kind of pitch for a video concept because it shows where things will be going in the future and allows customers to have an idea of what they are paying for without even having to open their wallets.

It’s also extremely easy to create this kind of pitch by using existing photos of your own packaging and using a green screen for any additional images.

The more time-consuming videos will require lots of time, hard work, and money to create. If you don’t have the funds or time available, consider getting by with something less elaborate.

For example, if you want a video showing how to use your product, consider instead doing a short stop motion animation video or a series of still photos.

Video Concept Pitch Develop A Compelling Pitch Deck

A video concept pitch is a great way to do that. It can help you create a compelling story around your product, communicate it to potential investors with clarity and excitement, and build momentum behind your startup before you even launch.

Showcasing Your Product With A Video Concept Pitch

Let’s start with a simple but still important question: why make a video concept pitch? One reason is simply because it’s fun.

You get to do creative things with your cofounders. You get to make a little movie! Another reason is that you want to show people what your product is all about.

You want them to get excited about the potential of what you’re building and so you show them through your presentation.

Your presentation doesn’t have to be more than 2-4 minutes long (you don’t have time for something longer anyway). At this length, you have enough time for one really good idea, so pick one and go deep on it instead of trying to touch on everything in your slide deck at once.

Video Concept Pitch Deliver A Passionate Pitch

The world is changing and you have to change with it. This is the exact reason why you need to keep readjusting your strategy.

One of the best ways of doing this is by hiring a video concept pitch company. You can use video marketing to help you get the right message across to your customers.

Trying to convey what your business is all about in a single picture can be a daunting task, especially if you are still new in the market. If you want to make video concept pitch, then this article will definitely help.

Take note of these tips when making a video concept pitch.

First and foremost, make sure that you have a passion for what you are doing. You have to believe in the product or service that your company offers if you want it to show through in your video concept pitch.

Good product knowledge is not enough though; you have to convince others that your product is good as well so that they would want it as well.

You may also want to think about how you are going to start off the introduction of your video concept pitch. It should be something catchy that will make people want to continue watching until the end. 

A common mistake people make when creating their own video concept pitch is thinking about themselves instead of their potential clients.

Video Concept Pitch The “pitch” Video

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Treat your pitch video like a business presentation.

Ok. I know that sounds boring and serious but trust me – it’s not!

It’s still important to look professional – firstly because you want to make an impact and secondly because you want your potential partners or customers to take you seriously. So keep the following pointers in mind when creating your video:

Know what you’re going to say – This might sound obvious but it really is important if you’re looking to create a good impression and deliver a message clearly. Write down bullet points of everything you want to cover and stick to them!

Make sure that everything has relevance and focus on the main points related to what you are trying to achieve with the video.

Know who you’re talking too – Think about who will be watching this video (e.g. potential investors).

Video Concept Pitch Pitch Video Case Study

The pitch video is one of the best ways to give potential investors an overview of your project and what you will be doing with their funding. It is also great for building a community around your project before launch.

The pitch video allows you to share your passion for your project and show some behind-the-scenes footage or images. You may even include progress shots of your product or prototype in action.

In the video, we recommend that you start off with the problem that you are trying to solve. Then go into your background and why you feel so passionate about solving this problem.

Next, share the details about your solution and how it works. Finally, share how much money you need, where it will go, what milestones you have set out for yourself, and how much time it will take to get there.

Be sure to leave room at the end of your pitch video for questions and answers. This is a great way to get feedback from viewers who want to learn more about your project!

A good pitch video will give your audience a taste of how your business operates and what it has to offer. A great pitch video will also portray a sense of the personality behind the business and give customers a deeper connection with your brand.

Pitch videos for small businesses are an easy way to put a personal face on your company. The best ones are creative, but still keep your primary message in mind.

Video Concept Pitch Pitch For Funding

If you’re like most people, you probably think of video as a tool for entertainment or news. But video is also a powerful way to communicate with your audience , spread your message and grow your business.

The concept behind creating a “Concept Pitch” is to provide an overview of what the project will be about, who it’s for and how it will solve your customer’s problems.

This information can be used in various ways:

  • As a short introduction to your project on a crowdfunding website like Kickstarter or Indiegogo
  • To email to people who are interested in learning more but are not ready to contribute money yet
  • To build buzz around your project before launching it by sending it out to friends, family and bloggers who might want to help promote it

Here are the steps for creating a Concept Pitch video:

  • Shoot an introduction video that tells roughly how long the project will be and what it will be about (30-90 seconds)
  • Shorter videos that present each of the Pitch Steps below (usually 3-6 minutes each)
  • A short Thank You video that says “Thanks for watching” and includes a link to where they can find more information (1-2 minutes).

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15 Effective Visual Presentation Tips To Wow Your Audience

By Krystle Wong , Sep 28, 2023

Visual Presentation Tips

So, you’re gearing up for that big presentation and you want it to be more than just another snooze-fest with slides. You want it to be engaging, memorable and downright impressive. 

Well, you’ve come to the right place — I’ve got some slick tips on how to create a visual presentation that’ll take your presentation game up a notch. 

Packed with presentation templates that are easily customizable, keep reading this blog post to learn the secret sauce behind crafting presentations that captivate, inform and remain etched in the memory of your audience.

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What is a visual presentation & why is it important?

15 effective tips to make your visual presentations more engaging, 6 major types of visual presentation you should know , what are some common mistakes to avoid in visual presentations, visual presentation faqs, 5 steps to create a visual presentation with venngage.

A visual presentation is a communication method that utilizes visual elements such as images, graphics, charts, slides and other visual aids to convey information, ideas or messages to an audience. 

Visual presentations aim to enhance comprehension engagement and the overall impact of the message through the strategic use of visuals. People remember what they see, making your point last longer in their heads. 

Without further ado, let’s jump right into some great visual presentation examples that would do a great job in keeping your audience interested and getting your point across.

In today’s fast-paced world, where information is constantly bombarding our senses, creating engaging visual presentations has never been more crucial. To help you design a presentation that’ll leave a lasting impression, I’ve compiled these examples of visual presentations that will elevate your game.

1. Use the rule of thirds for layout

Ever heard of the rule of thirds? It’s a presentation layout trick that can instantly up your slide game. Imagine dividing your slide into a 3×3 grid and then placing your text and visuals at the intersection points or along the lines. This simple tweak creates a balanced and seriously pleasing layout that’ll draw everyone’s eyes.

2. Get creative with visual metaphors

Got a complex idea to explain? Skip the jargon and use visual metaphors. Throw in images that symbolize your point – for example, using a road map to show your journey towards a goal or using metaphors to represent answer choices or progress indicators in an interactive quiz or poll.

3. Visualize your data with charts and graphs

The right data visualization tools not only make content more appealing but also aid comprehension and retention. Choosing the right visual presentation for your data is all about finding a good match. 

For ordinal data, where things have a clear order, consider using ordered bar charts or dot plots. When it comes to nominal data, where categories are on an equal footing, stick with the classics like bar charts, pie charts or simple frequency tables. And for interval-ratio data, where there’s a meaningful order, go for histograms, line graphs, scatterplots or box plots to help your data shine.

In an increasingly visual world, effective visual communication is a valuable skill for conveying messages. Here’s a guide on how to use visual communication to engage your audience while avoiding information overload.

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4. Employ the power of contrast

Want your important stuff to pop? That’s where contrast comes in. Mix things up with contrasting colors, fonts or shapes. It’s like highlighting your key points with a neon marker – an instant attention grabber.

5. Tell a visual story

Structure your slides like a storybook and create a visual narrative by arranging your slides in a way that tells a story. Each slide should flow into the next, creating a visual narrative that keeps your audience hooked till the very end.

Icons and images are essential for adding visual appeal and clarity to your presentation. Venngage provides a vast library of icons and images, allowing you to choose visuals that resonate with your audience and complement your message. 

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6. Show the “before and after” magic

Want to drive home the impact of your message or solution? Whip out the “before and after” technique. Show the current state (before) and the desired state (after) in a visual way. It’s like showing a makeover transformation, but for your ideas.

7. Add fun with visual quizzes and polls

To break the monotony and see if your audience is still with you, throw in some quick quizzes or polls. It’s like a mini-game break in your presentation — your audience gets involved and it makes your presentation way more dynamic and memorable.

8. End with a powerful visual punch

Your presentation closing should be a showstopper. Think a stunning clip art that wraps up your message with a visual bow, a killer quote that lingers in minds or a call to action that gets hearts racing.

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9. Engage with storytelling through data

Use storytelling magic to bring your data to life. Don’t just throw numbers at your audience—explain what they mean, why they matter and add a bit of human touch. Turn those stats into relatable tales and watch your audience’s eyes light up with understanding.

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10. Use visuals wisely

Your visuals are the secret sauce of a great presentation. Cherry-pick high-quality images, graphics, charts and videos that not only look good but also align with your message’s vibe. Each visual should have a purpose – they’re not just there for decoration. 

11. Utilize visual hierarchy

Employ design principles like contrast, alignment and proximity to make your key info stand out. Play around with fonts, colors and placement to make sure your audience can’t miss the important stuff.

12. Engage with multimedia

Static slides are so last year. Give your presentation some sizzle by tossing in multimedia elements. Think short video clips, animations, or a touch of sound when it makes sense, including an animated logo . But remember, these are sidekicks, not the main act, so use them smartly.

13. Interact with your audience

Turn your presentation into a two-way street. Start your presentation by encouraging your audience to join in with thought-provoking questions, quick polls or using interactive tools. Get them chatting and watch your presentation come alive.

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When it comes to delivering a group presentation, it’s important to have everyone on the team on the same page. Venngage’s real-time collaboration tools enable you and your team to work together seamlessly, regardless of geographical locations. Collaborators can provide input, make edits and offer suggestions in real time. 

14. Incorporate stories and examples

Weave in relatable stories, personal anecdotes or real-life examples to illustrate your points. It’s like adding a dash of spice to your content – it becomes more memorable and relatable.

15. Nail that delivery

Don’t just stand there and recite facts like a robot — be a confident and engaging presenter. Lock eyes with your audience, mix up your tone and pace and use some gestures to drive your points home. Practice and brush up your presentation skills until you’ve got it down pat for a persuasive presentation that flows like a pro.

Venngage offers a wide selection of professionally designed presentation templates, each tailored for different purposes and styles. By choosing a template that aligns with your content and goals, you can create a visually cohesive and polished presentation that captivates your audience.

Looking for more presentation ideas ? Why not try using a presentation software that will take your presentations to the next level with a combination of user-friendly interfaces, stunning visuals, collaboration features and innovative functionalities that will take your presentations to the next level. 

Visual presentations come in various formats, each uniquely suited to convey information and engage audiences effectively. Here are six major types of visual presentations that you should be familiar with:

1. Slideshows or PowerPoint presentations

Slideshows are one of the most common forms of visual presentations. They typically consist of a series of slides containing text, images, charts, graphs and other visual elements. Slideshows are used for various purposes, including business presentations, educational lectures and conference talks.

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2. Infographics

Infographics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge. They combine text, images and graphics to convey complex concepts or data in a concise and visually appealing manner. Infographics are often used in marketing, reporting and educational materials.

Don’t worry, they are also super easy to create thanks to Venngage’s fully customizable infographics templates that are professionally designed to bring your information to life. Be sure to try it out for your next visual presentation!

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3. Video presentation

Videos are your dynamic storytellers. Whether it’s pre-recorded or happening in real-time, videos are the showstoppers. You can have interviews, demos, animations or even your own mini-documentary. Video presentations are highly engaging and can be shared in both in-person and virtual presentations .

4. Charts and graphs

Charts and graphs are visual representations of data that make it easier to understand and analyze numerical information. Common types include bar charts, line graphs, pie charts and scatterplots. They are commonly used in scientific research, business reports and academic presentations.

Effective data visualizations are crucial for simplifying complex information and Venngage has got you covered. Venngage’s tools enable you to create engaging charts, graphs,and infographics that enhance audience understanding and retention, leaving a lasting impression in your presentation.

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5. Interactive presentations

Interactive presentations involve audience participation and engagement. These can include interactive polls, quizzes, games and multimedia elements that allow the audience to actively participate in the presentation. Interactive presentations are often used in workshops, training sessions and webinars.

Venngage’s interactive presentation tools enable you to create immersive experiences that leave a lasting impact and enhance audience retention. By incorporating features like clickable elements, quizzes and embedded multimedia, you can captivate your audience’s attention and encourage active participation.

6. Poster presentations

Poster presentations are the stars of the academic and research scene. They consist of a large poster that includes text, images and graphics to communicate research findings or project details and are usually used at conferences and exhibitions. For more poster ideas, browse through Venngage’s gallery of poster templates to inspire your next presentation.

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Different visual presentations aside, different presentation methods also serve a unique purpose, tailored to specific objectives and audiences. Find out which type of presentation works best for the message you are sending across to better capture attention, maintain interest and leave a lasting impression. 

To make a good presentation , it’s crucial to be aware of common mistakes and how to avoid them. Without further ado, let’s explore some of these pitfalls along with valuable insights on how to sidestep them.

Overloading slides with text

Text heavy slides can be like trying to swallow a whole sandwich in one bite – overwhelming and unappetizing. Instead, opt for concise sentences and bullet points to keep your slides simple. Visuals can help convey your message in a more engaging way.

Using low-quality visuals

Grainy images and pixelated charts are the equivalent of a scratchy vinyl record at a DJ party. High-resolution visuals are your ticket to professionalism. Ensure that the images, charts and graphics you use are clear, relevant and sharp.

Choosing the right visuals for presentations is important. To find great visuals for your visual presentation, Browse Venngage’s extensive library of high-quality stock photos. These images can help you convey your message effectively, evoke emotions and create a visually pleasing narrative. 

Ignoring design consistency

Imagine a book with every chapter in a different font and color – it’s a visual mess. Consistency in fonts, colors and formatting throughout your presentation is key to a polished and professional look.

Reading directly from slides

Reading your slides word-for-word is like inviting your audience to a one-person audiobook session. Slides should complement your speech, not replace it. Use them as visual aids, offering key points and visuals to support your narrative.

Lack of visual hierarchy

Neglecting visual hierarchy is like trying to find Waldo in a crowd of clones. Use size, color and positioning to emphasize what’s most important. Guide your audience’s attention to key points so they don’t miss the forest for the trees.

Ignoring accessibility

Accessibility isn’t an option these days; it’s a must. Forgetting alt text for images, color contrast and closed captions for videos can exclude individuals with disabilities from understanding your presentation. 

Relying too heavily on animation

While animations can add pizzazz and draw attention, overdoing it can overshadow your message. Use animations sparingly and with purpose to enhance, not detract from your content.

Using jargon and complex language

Keep it simple. Use plain language and explain terms when needed. You want your message to resonate, not leave people scratching their heads.

Not testing interactive elements

Interactive elements can be the life of your whole presentation, but not testing them beforehand is like jumping into a pool without checking if there’s water. Ensure that all interactive features, from live polls to multimedia content, work seamlessly. A smooth experience keeps your audience engaged and avoids those awkward technical hiccups.

Presenting complex data and information in a clear and visually appealing way has never been easier with Venngage. Build professional-looking designs with our free visual chart slide templates for your next presentation.

What software or tools can I use to create visual presentations?

You can use various software and tools to create visual presentations, including Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides, Adobe Illustrator, Canva, Prezi and Venngage, among others.

What is the difference between a visual presentation and a written report?

The main difference between a visual presentation and a written report is the medium of communication. Visual presentations rely on visuals, such as slides, charts and images to convey information quickly, while written reports use text to provide detailed information in a linear format.

How do I effectively communicate data through visual presentations?

To effectively communicate data through visual presentations, simplify complex data into easily digestible charts and graphs, use clear labels and titles and ensure that your visuals support the key messages you want to convey.

Are there any accessibility considerations for visual presentations?

Accessibility considerations for visual presentations include providing alt text for images, ensuring good color contrast, using readable fonts and providing transcripts or captions for multimedia content to make the presentation inclusive.

Most design tools today make accessibility hard but Venngage’s Accessibility Design Tool comes with accessibility features baked in, including accessible-friendly and inclusive icons.

How do I choose the right visuals for my presentation?

Choose visuals that align with your content and message. Use charts for data, images for illustrating concepts, icons for emphasis and color to evoke emotions or convey themes.

What is the role of storytelling in visual presentations?

Storytelling plays a crucial role in visual presentations by providing a narrative structure that engages the audience, helps them relate to the content and makes the information more memorable.

How can I adapt my visual presentations for online or virtual audiences?

To adapt visual presentations for online or virtual audiences, focus on concise content, use engaging visuals, ensure clear audio, encourage audience interaction through chat or polls and rehearse for a smooth online delivery.

What is the role of data visualization in visual presentations?

Data visualization in visual presentations simplifies complex data by using charts, graphs and diagrams, making it easier for the audience to understand and interpret information.

How do I choose the right color scheme and fonts for my visual presentation?

Choose a color scheme that aligns with your content and brand and select fonts that are readable and appropriate for the message you want to convey.

How can I measure the effectiveness of my visual presentation?

Measure the effectiveness of your visual presentation by collecting feedback from the audience, tracking engagement metrics (e.g., click-through rates for online presentations) and evaluating whether the presentation achieved its intended objectives.

Ultimately, creating a memorable visual presentation isn’t just about throwing together pretty slides. It’s about mastering the art of making your message stick, captivating your audience and leaving a mark.

Lucky for you, Venngage simplifies the process of creating great presentations, empowering you to concentrate on delivering a compelling message. Follow the 5 simple steps below to make your entire presentation visually appealing and impactful:

1. Sign up and log In: Log in to your Venngage account or sign up for free and gain access to Venngage’s templates and design tools.

2. Choose a template: Browse through Venngage’s presentation template library and select one that best suits your presentation’s purpose and style. Venngage offers a variety of pre-designed templates for different types of visual presentations, including infographics, reports, posters and more.

3. Edit and customize your template: Replace the placeholder text, image and graphics with your own content and customize the colors, fonts and visual elements to align with your presentation’s theme or your organization’s branding.

4. Add visual elements: Venngage offers a wide range of visual elements, such as icons, illustrations, charts, graphs and images, that you can easily add to your presentation with the user-friendly drag-and-drop editor.

5. Save and export your presentation: Export your presentation in a format that suits your needs and then share it with your audience via email, social media or by embedding it on your website or blog .

So, as you gear up for your next presentation, whether it’s for business, education or pure creative expression, don’t forget to keep these visual presentation ideas in your back pocket.

Feel free to experiment and fine-tune your approach and let your passion and expertise shine through in your presentation. With practice, you’ll not only build presentations but also leave a lasting impact on your audience – one slide at a time.


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So, you aspire to be the next Elon Musk or Barak Obama. Or maybe any orator who you may look up to. In order to avoid boring your audience to death with PowerPoint, you’ll need to spice up your presentation ideas a bit.

Even if you’re simply showing your uncle a trip video or a business presentation, we’ve put up some of the most effective techniques to make your audience excited about what you’ve got to say.

We at BuzzFlick also offer various video production and animation services, which have taught us a few things about how to make a good presentation video. Some of our best video presentation ideas and examples are included in this blog, as are some suggestions for the various sorts of presentations you might wish to explore.

Different Types of Video Presentations

Videos are the finest approach to keep your audience engaged during a presentation. A message is retained by  95% of viewers  when it is shown in a video, but just 10% if it is a readout on the screen.

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It’s up to you whether you want to make your video the entire presentation or simply a portion of it. For example, did you know that a PowerPoint presentation can also have an embedded video? With different video templates, you can do either, and it’s fun to switch things up every now and again. Presentations can be classified into four broad categories:

  •  Demonstrative
  •  Informative
  •  Inspirational
  •  Persuasive

You can choose any of these. However, choosing the right video presentation type will ensure that your video presentation is nothing but success.

For instance, if you want to sell your newly launched products, you might go for a video template that’s persuasive. Or, if you want to make a presentation for employee onboarding, you’ll go for an informative one.

P.S: If you want to learn how to make a video presentation, do give a read to our extensive guide on how to make a video presentation .

Creative Video Presentation Ideas

Your choice of presentation style has been made. However, how can you make your video more original, more unique, and most importantly, more creative?

To begin, make sure your video is of the highest quality possible. Graphics and production quality are essential to ensuring that your message is heard and seen properly. Choose online video presentation software that is simple to use and produces excellent-looking videos.

Regardless of the subject matter of your presentation, your video format and design must be consistent with the overall tone and message.

Doing a climate change presentation at work? Upbeat, fast-paced music and a riotous template will feel out of place.

As you plan your presentation, think about how you want your audience to feel. Do you want them to be laughing so hard they’ll cry? Weepy-eyed? Are you fired up and ready to go? Choosing the correct framework and creating the finest video are both made easier when you identify the emotions driving your presentation.

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Cool and Inspiring Video Presentation Ideas

Having decided on the general kind of video presentation you want to create, the next step is to learn the specifics. Here are just a few examples of how you can make your message shine.

1. Begin with a strong statement

The interest of your audience may be immediately piqued by making a strong remark. If you’re going to make a statement, it should be a little out of the ordinary. Think of something that will get people’s attention and can make people sit up with jaws dropped.

Get it? Let’s move to the next step.

2. Tell your compelling story

Telling a story is a great approach to engage your audience since it hits them straight in the feelings.

The appeal of a human narrative is in the ability of the audience to identify with it on an emotional level. Tell a tale about a human being that is relevant to your business or idea, and allow your audience to identify with the main protagonist. Love, desire, and overcoming hurdles are all things that we’ve all had to deal with at some time in our lives.

In other words, how will you structure your presentation such that your audience feels a sense of connection with your message?

As a salesperson, you may talk about a marathon-training customer. Anecdotes on how a seemingly innocuous statement affected you can be used to advocate for women’s rights. Perhaps you might begin your presentation by recalling the choice that sparked your company’s existence.

From one of the world’s most well-known businesses comes an excellent example of storytelling:

3. Add some music and sound effects

Video presentations benefit greatly from the use of music, which has been shown to hold an audience’s attention and help memory recall. Why not utilize music in a video presentation to evoke an emotional response from the audience?

Modern, fast-paced music will get people’s attention at the correct time, while slow, minor-key sounds calm the brain, making it easier for content to be retained in long-term memory by allowing the brain to rest.

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4. Use visual metaphors

One of the most effective methods to get people interested in and remember information is to use a combination of images and text. If you can mix your message with something visual, you’ll be able to maintain your audience’s attention for longer and help them remember more of your presentation.

Invoking fear in the minds of a group of individuals is a terrifying prospect. It could be possible to use an image of someone scuba diving or bungee leaping. Making a case for the importance of next year’s business retreat to your boss? A picture of cheerful, carefree folks with their feet on the sand will do the trick.

As far as clichés go, it doesn’t have to be apparent and overt. It’s unnecessary to describe the meanings of closed doors, broad open roadways, and lighting a candle. The ultimate cliche: the overused “water ripple” should be avoided at all costs. Finding high-quality, royalty-free music can be a challenge.

Music is one of the most important components of any presentation, but it is often disregarded.

5. Ask questions

To get the audience thinking, start a presentation with a series of open-ended questions. It allows people to think critically, which is ideal for when you deliver your powerful message.

A staggering 15 billion trees are felled each year, according to this fact. How much more fun would life be if you didn’t have to worry about saving any money at all?

You can use the skill of asking questions in a presentation as a wonderful lead-in for your video. Once your audience has contemplated the problem, you may go into detail about your remedy with the help of some appropriate music.

6. Add some ice, spice, and humor

In order to win over an audience, all it takes is a good chuckle. There’s no need to be too serious, and even if you’re dealing with a heavy topic, lightening the mood can work wonders.

One thing is for sure: You can’t go wrong with including comedy in your presentation, whether it’s for a sales video, an event, or an interview.

7. Keep repeating

Powerful, effective, and simple.

One approach to employ repetition is by repeating a word or phrase numerous times in your presentation (the repetition is in the rhythm) or by repeating several one-word phrases together.

Steve Jobs famously finished his 2005 Stanford commencement address with the words, “Stay hungry. In other words, don’t be an idiot. The power of repetition cannot be understated. It emphasizes your main point and bolsters your argument.

8. Leverage the power of motion graphics

Animated text is a significant component of motion graphics, which is a core part of our work at BuzzFlick.

Using moving visuals in a presentation is a certain way to get your audience’s attention right away. Motion graphics like the one in this Meeting Tips sample will grab the attention of an audience that is just taking their seats or midway through your tale.

9. Use quotes to be authoritative

Using quotations in a presentation can help convey a point even if they seem cliched at times. If you want your audience to grasp a difficult concept, use these tips. An Einstein quotation should suffice. Then perhaps you’d want to express something lyrical and meaningful? There is wisdom to be found in a few words of Shakespeare.

10. Don’t forget audio narrations

A compelling voice and sincere words in the narration can change the tone of your presentation. As a result, it will keep your audience engaged even if they begin to lose interest in the subject matter.

11. Use all the bright colors

If you want your video to stand out, you need to pay attention to the color. Be open to new experiences. You may use stark black-and-white contrasts to great effect, but you can also use carefully picked primary and secondary colors to great effect, as seen in our Motion Graphics template.

12. Take advantage of illustrations

When you’ve got a lot to say, illustrations are a terrific method to get your point across. Illustrations may capture attention and spice up your presentation, whether you’re trying to show a crowd or a clever new device.

13. Incorporate infographics

Use infographics to convey plenty of facts and information to your audience without overwhelming them. Imagine a variety of pie charts as well as digital numbers and escalating animation graphs. These may be used to present facts in an entertaining way to your audience.

14. Make engaging transitions

A video’s one benefit over a normal presentation is the ability to perform all kinds of wacky things with transitions, such as a whip pan transition, where the camera swiftly moves between scenes. Similar to a wipe, but considerably quicker.

15. Give it a cinematic look

It’s easier to get your audience’s attention when you incorporate components of a movie theatre experience since they’ll automatically equate these features with a good time at the movies and eating popcorn.

16. Relive the ’80s

Your presentation will be impossible to miss if it has a classic, stylish appearance to it. You may add a dash of sarcasm to your message by going vintage. You don’t have to go as far back in time as the example below, but it’s a certain way to give your project some more oomph.

17. Give a positive closure

If you don’t wrap up your presentation well, no one will remember what you had to say.

If you want your audience to do anything specific, such as check out a website for additional information, consider an idea or new direction, or take action toward that objective, you need to make it clear what that action is.

Both a visually arresting image and a musical shift in speed, loudness, or pitch function effectively in this situation.

What is the main point to be made here? In order to ensure that your presentation is talked about and remembered, you must have a powerful CTA (call to action).

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Well, we all have been making presentations since grade 5, and we’re pretty much good at it. But today nobody likes to watch those boring presentations we used to make.

The trend has changed, and now people are using video presentations to grab the attention of their audience and retain it.

But making one call for a lot of time and effort. If you don’t have either, you can simply  hire a video production company  to do the job for you. If you’re in search of one to get your video presentation project done, hire BuzzFlick.

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In a Nutshell

Video presentations are very useful in real life. They help in explaining your ideas and messages in an innovative, engaging, yet informative way.

If you’ve ever sat through a dreary presentation, you know that video is a welcome change of pace for your audience. No other media can match its ability to bring your message to life.

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Some useful creative ideas for video presentation are:

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  • Add striking visuals
  • Choose bright and attractive colors
  • Use audio and sound effects
  • Include beautiful animations

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Spice up learning with a video presentation.

As the world shifts toward the virtual classroom, teaching and education tools are moving into digital spaces, as well. With video presentations, students and educators alike have a powerful resource to make learning exciting and fun.    

For educators, a video presentation can help introduce topics visually and hold the attention of a class longer. For students, video presentation projects draw on creative and analytical skills that they’ll use throughout their lives.

Go beyond simple PowerPoint slides and explore how Adobe Premiere Pro can help any video presentation maker create their own videos and live presentations that compel audiences with video, animation effects, and more.

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In a virtual learning environment, students are exposed to limitless knowledge with the drop of a link. Videos offer digestible amounts of information that students can rewatch later to help retain new knowledge.

For teachers, video presentations add variety to teaching materials, which can help keep eyes on the lecture screen instead of the phone screen. Making video presentations can help both students and teachers express themselves, share ideas, and make meaningful learning progress.

 Expand the possibilities of virtual learning for students.

 Some subject matters lend themselves better to a video presentation than other teaching formats. For example: 

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Make teaching more accessible and engaging.

Keeping students interested can be a challenge, especially in a virtual classroom setting. Try using videos to change up your course content — and give you a break from lecturing. But, entertaining as videos may be, there are lots of other good reasons to use them in the classroom:

  • Inclusivity: Online video presentations with subtitles can accommodate all audiences, including students with hearing impairment. Subtitles can also help students who are learning a new language better understand their teachers.  
  • Information retention: Smaller chunks of information tend to be easier for learners to remember. Engaging visuals can help overcome learning curves so students can grasp concepts more easily.   
  • Time efficiency: A brief  explainer video  or short clip can save you time with lesson planning and help share information from experts in their fields.   
  • Effortless studying: Students can revisit and rewatch videos outside of the classroom and have time to reprocess the course material.

Types of video presentations.

There’s no limit to what you can create with your video presentation, from a video of you dancing the cha-cha to an animated infographic, or even funny GIFs for a dose of comic relief. Here are a few types of videos you can make yourself — or find online — to use in the classroom:

  • Personal narratives: As a class assignment, a personal narrative video can help students learn about themselves and each other. Or, share a personal narrative of people related to the subject you’re teaching.   
  • Instructional videos: Step-by-step tutorials are a versatile way to break down complicated topics. Try making a how-to video on linear algebra, novel writing, or even a DIY art project.  
  • YouTube videos: Try using a YouTube video in your presentation slides to connect with younger students in their own language. Many YouTube stars cover educational topics . Or, within a larger video presentation, pop in a short video or two from credible YouTubers to help students stay attentive.

The makings of an engaging video lesson.

Whether you're a student with a video project assignment or a teacher looking to change up your lesson plan, a solid outline will help you or your students create a cohesive video presentation. Start by writing an outline that includes the following:

1. Introduction of your topic:

Hook your audience with an exciting story, fact, or anecdote about your topic.

2. Agenda or overview:

Provide a slide of the talking points you will be sharing with your audience so they can see the full breadth of the presentation.

3. Explain your topic or subject:

Tell the audience about the most important aspects of your topic as you work your way through the sections you presented in your overview.

4. Examples and discussion points:

Get practical on your topic and dive into detail to get the conversation going.

5. Conclusion:

Wrap up your presentation with any last remarks or touch back on the theme of your presentation.

Use Adobe Premiere Pro to create your presentation.

You don’t need a vast knowledge of video editing software to craft a quality video presentation. Adobe Premiere Pro features many video and presentation tools that you can use to customize and finalize your video. Choose from several themed video and presentation templates, slide transitions, and features that let you add subtitles , music, and much more.

Polish off your video by adding some creative components.

Take your video presentation to the next level with these creative tips:

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Editing ideas:

  • Select short clips : Pick a quick video clip to add variety as a visual aid, but keep it bite-sized so it’s easier for your audience to grasp. You can add video files and clips easily in Premiere Pro and use video templates to speed up that work.  
  • Add transitions : Premiere Pro features many fun transitions and animated effects you can use within your presentations to keep your audience’s attention.  
  • Throw in some music: Sometimes a little background music can make a presentation more engaging. Keep the tempo up by adding a tune. 

Add the final touches:

  • Choose a color scheme or overall design: Slideshow and presentation templates can help you unify the color and theme of your presentations to ensure nothing distracts the viewer. Customization controls can help you update those color schemes too.  
  • Use stock images: Select a few stock images as visual aids to place throughout your presentation to add high-quality visuals to your piece.

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How to Create a Video Presentation in PowerPoint

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Once the iSpring Narration Editor window appears, you can either record a new video narration or import an existing video file.

How to import a video file

To import an existing video file, click on the Video button in the Import tab.

Importing a video file in iSpring Suite

Find the video file and click on the Open button.

Pro tip : You can insert multiple videos at the same time. To do that, press and hold the Ctrl key while selecting several files.

In the Import Video window, you have the choice of importing your video at the current cursor position or at the beginning of the slide of your choice.

Import video window in iSpring Suite

Note: If you choose to import your video at the beginning of a certain slide, you will have the option of selecting the Adjust slide duration option. This will adjust the slide you have selected to the length of your video. 

Adjusting slide duration in iSpring Suite

How to record a video in PowerPoint

To film yourself on a webcam, you can use the video narration feature. Click on the Record Video button on the editor’s toolbar.

Record video button in iSpring Suite

The Record Video Narration panel will appear.

You can add a video narration for one or several slides at a time. To start recording video for the current slide, mark Process current slide only.

Processing current slide only in iSpring Suite

Step 2. Synchronize video with slides

Now it’s time to synchronize your video with your slides and animation effects. The latter are displayed as yellow bars on the Slides timeline. The great thing is that you’ll be able to choose the exact moment when an animation will appear while watching the video. This way, the effects will perfectly correspond to the narration in your video presentation.

Note : This is only applicable if you have animation effects attached to your slides. 

The sync process is quite simple to use. Just place the cursor where the sync should begin and click the Sync button on the toolbar.

Synchronizing video with a presentation in iSpring Suite

A Sync panel will appear above the timeline. Click on the Start Sync button to start the process.

The Start Sync button will be replaced with the Next Slide or Next Animation button, depending on the next element in the sequence. Click on those buttons at the appropriate moment. Hit the Next Animation button at the point in the narration where you would like to start the next animation. For example, if you are listing information, you can have each new item appear when the narrator mentions it in the video narration.

Synchronizing video with slides in iSpring Suite

Once you have finished, click on Done to quit the Sync mode. Then hit the Save & Close button in the upper-left corner.

Step 3. Switch layouts in Slide Properties

iSpring allows you to publish materials using one of two players: the highly customizable Universal player or the Video Lecture player. The latter displays the video presentation in a 50/50 layout and allows viewers to change the proportion between video and slides at any time.

The Universal player features three layouts for a video presentation:

  • The Full layout displays the slide, sidebar, and navigation panel.

Full layout display in iSpring Suite

The No Sidebar layout displays the slide and the navigation panel only.

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The Maximized Video layout displays the video in the center, the slide on the sidebar, and the navigation panel.

Maximized video layout in iSpring Suite

Your presentation doesn’t have to have the same layout everywhere. You can highlight key points by changing the proportion between the on-screen information and the video for each slide. 

To do that, click on Slide Properties on the toolbar.

Changing layout in iSpring Suite

In the Layout column, pick the desired layout for a particular slide from the drop-down list.

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The layouts for the Video Lecture player can be changed at any time during  playback. You can still preset them, and they will work as follows:

  • The Full layout displays video and the presentation in equal proportions.

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The No Sidebar layout displays the full slide with a miniaturized video.

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The Maximized Video layout will show the enlarged video and a smaller slide.

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It is recommended that you set slides to advance automatically during the entire presentation. To do that, in Presentation Explorer , select all slides and click on the Auto button .

Step 4. Customize your player template

The built-in presentation player has flexible customization options for creating presentation templates: you can provide your viewers with the presenter’s info, a brand logo, an outline, and more. First, let’s choose which player to use. Click on Player on the product ribbon, and choose whether to use the Universal or Video Lecture player, as shown in the image below.

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For this guide on making a video presentation, we’ll use the Universal player. To customize it, click on Templates . There are several player templates to choose from. We’ll use the Online Lecture with Video template as an example.

Player templates in iSpring Suite

You can also experiment with the settings, doing things like turning off the outline and notes by clicking on the Layout button on the ribbon. Here’s what our player will look like:

Player layout in iSpring Suite

Additionally, you can customize a presentation to match your brand colors by choosing one of the built-in color schemes or creating your own.

Player color scheme in iSpring Suite

When you have finished customizing the player, click on Apply & Close in the upper left corner. Well done! You’ve put the finishing touches on your video presentation. 

Step 5. Publish your video presentation

When your video presentation is ready, the last step is to publish it to a web format so it can be easily accessed via a browser.

In the Publish Presentation window, select the My Computer tab from the menu at the left. Enter the presentation title and select a local folder where the presentation will be saved. Under Output Options , choose a format. We’ll be publishing to the HTML5 format to make our video presentation play seamlessly across all platforms and devices. You can learn more about publishing presentations here .

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In case you want to know more about other presentation software to create engaging video presentations, there are software solutions available that also come with a shallow learning curve. These apps range from video recording or video editing software to animating your cartoons. Here’s an overview of five of the most powerful yet easy-to-learn video presentation makers.

1. Camtasia 

If you want to create a video presentation but don’t have the time to put layouts together, you can use the Camtasia video recorder software. Camtasia offers a library of video presentation templates and assets that users can use to make their own presentation videos. Users can also create their own video templates and save them for future projects. 

Like iSpring, Camtasia is a video presentation maker that allows you to record both screen and webcam. You can’t create a slide deck in it, but it’s a good solution if you need to record and show yourself as well as everything you do on your screen.

Camtasia Screen Recorder and Video Editor

2. PowToon 

Animation is a universal language without limits; it hooks any audience immediately. Promotional cartoons are now available to everyone, thanks to software like PowToon . This service can function as a video presentation maker that has an intuitive user interface and amazing comic-style graphics. You can start from scratch or use ready-made scenes and layouts that are editable with a drag-and-drop feature. The complete animated presentation can then be uploaded to YouTube channels or social media with a single click.

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3. Biteable

Biteable  is a video presentation maker and video editing software that allows you to make professional-quality video presentations and animated videos online within minutes. It sacrifices the ability to capture video and record voice in favor of the creation of powerful animations. The ingredients are your photos, texts, pre-made templates, and stock video footage. Styles of presentation videos produced vary from animated illustrations to live action. What’s cool about this video presentation maker is its ability to create engaging video infographics.

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4. Emaze 

With Emaze , spectacular video presentations are at your fingertips. With an intuitive creator interface and a number of ready-made templates available, creating a video presentation is no longer time-consuming. If you already have a PowerPoint presentation that you want to enhance, you can import it into Emaze and use its collection of tools to attach photos, GIFs, videos, and 3D images.

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Animoto  is an online video presentation maker that allows you to create video presentations by simply dragging and dropping your own images and video clips into a pre-built video presentation template. To customize your videos, you can quickly adjust colors, fonts, background music, add your company watermark, and more. No video editing experience is required.

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If you’d like to know more about other tools for making video presentations, read our article on the Top 10 Video Presentation Makers for Promotion and Education .

By default, you can make your PowerPoint presentation into a video by saving it as one. This can be a solid choice if you don’t need narration for your video. But if you need to, you’ll still be able to record narrations from that menu without going back to the original PowerPoint presentation.

Here’s what you need to do to download your slides as a video in PowerPoint:

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  • Click on the Create video tab to start downloading your video.

To make your presentation even better, consider the following tips for creating a successful video presentation:

  • Make your videos short and sweet . Keep your video clips long enough to grab the attention of your target audience but short enough to incite curiosity. Your goal is to maintain the viewer’s interest. Remember, the optimal length of a video presentation is no longer than 4-7 minutes.
  • Keep to the point . Make your goals and objectives known at the start of the presentation, and don’t stray from the message. Your text and visuals should relate to the subject matter and not detract from the goal of your video presentation.
  • Add engaging elements . Enrich your video presentation with useful and interesting content. For example, add background music, colorful infographics, embed YouTube videos, or insert interactive quizzes to engage learners.
  • End on a meaningful note . Leave your audience with something they can take away from the presentation. A new idea, a short story, a visual representation of your product, or even a link to your website works to provide the strong ending needed to create a lasting impression.

FAQ on Creating Video Presentations

Here are answers to a few popular questions about making a video presentation.

How do I make an effective video presentation?

First and foremost, think about your target audience before you create video presentations. What are their ages, genders, and occupations? What is their prior knowledge on a topic or their level of proficiency? After you define the audience, choose the way you will be presenting accordingly. You should connect with your audience emotionally and ‘speak their language.’ In this way, you’ll communicate the right message to the viewers.

Second, it will be useful to prepare a script for your video. Of course, the slideshow will support you, and you can base your speech on its content. But if you write an intro, outro, some key points, and transition words in advance, you will present more confidently and reduce rambling or unnecessary pauses. This will help you focus on the effectiveness of your message.

How can I prepare myself for a video presentation?

Make sure you’re physically and technically prepared. When delivering a presentation, prevent your mouth and throat from getting dry. You can use a lip balm and have a glass of water nearby to refresh during pauses. This will make you sound better, and your recording will be clearer. For recording, it’s better to choose a smaller, quieter space to avoid echoes and check your microphone’s sound.

Also read  →  How To Record PowerPoint Presentation With Audio  

What is the best video format for a PowerPoint presentation?

PowerPoint allows you to save your presentation in these video formats: MPEG-4 (or MP4 / .mp4) , Windows Media Video (.wmv), or MOV (if it’s PowerPoint on a Mac). MPEG-4 is the most common video format and is widely supported. Opt for this if you have PowerPoint versions 2013, 2016, or 2019. With PowerPoint 2010, the Windows Media format is preferable.

We hope this post will help you turn static slides into an engaging video presentation that captivates your audience. To start creating video presentations and other kinds of eLearning content, try iSpring Suite today. Get a 14-day free trial and access all of its advanced features without spending a cent.

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Open a new project with a blank canvas. Choose the size you want your video presentation to be; apply preset aspect ratios 9:16, 4:5, 1:1, and vice versa.

Open the “Record” tab in the left-hand side and choose your recording settings to start recording. Or, browse the stock footage library to create a presentation without recording. 

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Video presentations are one of the most popular forms of multimedia presentations with a length of several seconds or minutes. These videos show the benefits of a particular idea, product, or service with the help of concise text, infographics, appropriate narration, and images. In the business sphere, video presentations are used for everything – from marketing and increasing sales to B2B interactions and training employees.

Video presentations are used by businesses as a solution for video marketing on various channels, including email newsletters and social media. And, following creative video presentation ideas can help you put together a presentation that keeps the audience captivated.

  • Part 1: What Makes Video Presentation Different?
  • Part 2: 12 Creative Video Presentation Ideas to Inspire You
  • Part 3: How to Create Visually Striking Video Presentations?[Tutorial]

What Makes Video Presentation Different?

Looking for ways to make a presentation that stands out and keeps your audience engaged? Opt for Video presentations. Being much more appealing and interesting than regular cut-and-dry presentations, videos can deliver results. Some of the many benefits of using videos in your presentations are:

1. Captures People’s Attention

Video presentations can grab the attention of the audience immediately. Videos offer you a delightful way to treat the audience, thus bringing your message to life in a way no other medium can. By incorporating interactive video presentation ideas, you can improve the viewer’s experience as well as utilize sound and sight to reel the audience in.

2. Persuasive

Creating engaging video presentations can be a great way to persuade your target audience. Provoking emotional responses by incorporating audio-visual storytelling, adding sounds and sights into the mix, and bringing emotions can help you persuade your audience.

3. Accessible Anytime, Anywhere

People nowadays love spending time on their phones and tablets and so they prefer watching videos on them. This makes video presentations accessible anywhere, anytime. And with people becoming more reliant on technology at large, consider embracing videos to have a greater impact on viewers.

4. Time Efficient

Video presentations are specifically meant to allow the presenter to break down the information into smaller chunks. This way, viewers can digest larger amounts of information easily and quickly. Making video presentations can thus be a more time-effective decision.

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12 Creative Video Presentation Ideas to Wow Your Audience

1. start with a provocative statement.

Making a provocative statement when presenting your video can grab the attention of your audience right from the get-go. When your statement offers something a little controversial or maybe a bit offensive and unexpected, it makes people sit up and take notice.

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“People don’t care about your brand.” Reading this, anyone will be compelled to see how the presenter justifies his/her point, isn’t it? The video begins with an unpredicted statement, explains why, and later shows what needs to be done for overcoming the hurdle.

2. Narrate a Story

One of the most interesting video presentation ideas to grab your audience’s attention is telling a story that evokes their emotions. Narrating a personal story can work wonders as the audience can relate to it on an individual level. Think about some stand-out examples of human stories that relate to your business so that people can connect with the central character.

Here, Nike – one of the top brands in the world encourages women around the world to fulfill their dreams. Be it gender inequality or playing soccer, it asks women to do what they want.

3. Ask Questions or Have a Q&A Session

Do you wish to get the audience involved? Ask questions right away! Questions and Q&A sessions break up the regular presentation rhythm and help in marking whatever you say as important. This way, you can turn your presentation from a boring activity into an active quest that your audience loves exploring on their own through answers.

4. Use Visual Metaphors

Texts are less memorable and combining visuals with your message can help you grab the attention of the audience during your presentation. Visual metaphors are an excellent way to use images. In fact, visual images of situations that people are already familiar with help retain points much longer in their memory.

5. Add Music

Music has the power to enhance and support emotions in video presentations, as well as proven to sustain the attention of people and help in information retention. As per the research of The John Hopkins University’s Ronald A. Berk, “Music embedded throughout a PowerPoint presentation can sustain attention while slipping the content into long-term memory.” Incorporating music is one of the most amazing video presentation ideas you can take inspiration from.

6. Break It Up With Humorous Memes

You’ve seen memes everywhere and you might even be sick of them. But, that doesn’t mean memes cannot be useful. In fact, using memes strategically can not only make your audience laugh but also surprise them.

7. Add Motion Graphics

Motion graphics are an excellent way to illustrate an innovative idea with animated objects. When you add motion graphics in your presentation, it captures people’s attention instantly.

The video above shows how you can use motion graphics on the English alphabets.

8. Use Quotes between Slides

Quotes can be great breathers between groups of informative slides. You can either use quotes to start new sections of information or to separate ideas inside your video presentation. Make sure that the quotes you are using represent the topic of your presentation. This way, you can be confident they will make complete sense and not leave the viewers confused.

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9. Add an Audio Narration

No matter how long or short your presentation is, narration can give it a completely different mood, especially if the words are heartfelt and the voice is powerful. Use the voice to change the pace or tone of your presentation and it will keep the audience to your video. Furthermore, adding an audio narrative into your slideshow can be an excellent way to create an interactive presentation experience.

10. Play with Animations and Transitions

One of the greatest advantages of videos over the standard presentations is that you can do all kinds of trendy things. Animations and transitions can pull your audience in and help you bring focus to crucial areas and ensure that viewers engage with you. Video content lets you condense complex ideas in seconds, the video below from Yum Yum Videos shows how to deliver messages in a compelling and empathetic way with explainer videos.

11. Turn Your Slides into a Scrolling Infographic

Line up your slides vertically for creating a scrolling infographic rather than a classic slide by slide transition presentation. When the viewer scrolls down, the information fills every slide progressively. In fact, this technique is ideal for displaying video presentations online.

12. End On A Meaningful & Strong Note

Looking for unique video presentation ideas that appeal to the audience? Your presentation will give you a lasting positive impression only if you end it right. It’s crucial to let the audience know what you want them to do next – visit a website, ponder an idea, or to take action towards a definite goal.

How to Create Visually Striking Video Presentations?

Wondershare Filmora is a powerful video editing software that’s used for creating video attention-grabbing video presentations. Whether you want to add background music, your own voiceover, or use transitions and animations, Filmora is the ideal video editor. An easy-to-use video editing tool, Filmora is the key to making an engaging presentation.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide to creating stunning video presentations using Filmora:

Step 1 : Add Photos & Videos

Step 2 : Position the media files on the timeline

Step 3 : Use the transition hub for avoiding hard cuts between slides

Step 4 : Apply overlays and filters to enhance the colors in your slideshow

Step 5 : Add motion graphic elements to your slides

Step 6 : Record voiceovers and create soundtracks for your slideshows

Step 7 : Click on the Export button and export slideshows

Incorporating the best video presentation ideas can bring your presentation alive by offering a delightful treat for your audience. Filmora offers a plethora of advanced features to help you create an interactive presentation. So what are you still waiting for? It’s time to craft a memorable video presentation!

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The very thought of a business meeting paints a picture of boredom in the minds of most employees. This is mainly because of never ending chain of long and boring ppts.

The speaker faces an awkward situation of distracted listeners with looks astray on their watches or mobile phones. This scenario is common for all corporates.

But with such important information to be conveyed to the audience, what can the speaker do to keep the attention of employees from drifting away from the agenda of the business meeting?

A video presentation is the clear answer.

Videos have become the ‘one size fits all’ solution, a language of the masses. Particularly on the emotional front, it can tell great stories that greatly influences people.

And that is why implementing it in a presentation before important stakeholders is a great idea. Over the years, powerpoint may have been set as the standard for business presentations, but unless your visual aid is good enough, it cannot outweigh a video in hooking the audience.

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The presence of a Video presentation delivers a vibe of energy and momentum in the boardroom. It makes your presentation more alive and demanding. It is the video that acts as an element of attention in an otherwise dry presentation.

Before we dive in further into video presentations, let us see how the presence of a video can render its benefits.

  • Video can tell a compelling story which can convey some emotion along with the message. Everyone knows the famous fact: Emotion drives sales.
  • A thirty second video can convey half a million words . By playing a short 30-second video instead of ramming in 15 bullet points into one slide, you can make the message easily sink into the minds of the audience.
  • While conveying a metaphor, the video comes in handy in showing the audience the context of the message.
  • The speaker gets a versatile medium to convey his thoughts. He gets his space and time to make his presentation even more lively.

1. Sales video presentation.

It is a universal fact that sales is one of the most important functions of a business.

Most deal closures happen at the end of an exciting presentation by the sales executive. To increase the chances of a sales closure, a sales executive should ensure that the first few seconds of the sales presentation must be intriguing enough to keep the prospect hooked through the entire presentation.

Rather than a boring monologue from the sales executive, a video presentation with impressive visuals showing the benefits that their offering can seal the deal in a matter of minutes.

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With a video presentation, you can convey palpable excitement and make the customer want to know more about your product. You can induce in them a liking for the product and an urge to find out more.

Here are a few tips to make your sales video presentations more intriguing.

  • Focus on what the audience wants.

Instead of having the features of your product in the first slide, state the problem faced by the audience and the solution of the problem in your presentation. The audience would like their mind to be read, and their queries answered without being asked.

  • Try to deliver messages in a storytelling format

Statistics say that a sales presentation with a story is more likely to resonate with the audience than a presentation merely about the product or features. Stories add emotion into the equation and emotions drive sales. It is a scientifically proven fact that people take more emotional decisions than mindful decisions.

  • Lay emphasis on how your product is different from the competitors’ and also convey the benefits it can offer them.

People choose products for the competitive advantages they offer over the other options

  • Decide and give a structure to your video.

Determine the perfect structure to your video that can pitch to the audience. There need not be a format. If the flow is alluring, then your purpose is met.

  • The visuals of the video should be enticing.

Along with your speech, the visuals are also an integral part of the presentation.Here is a detailed guide on visuals of a business presentation: The Art Of Picking Colours for Business Presentations

2. VC pitch/Investor pitch

Venture capitalists hear hundreds of pitches a year. Few of the entrepreneurs succeed while most of them fail. This is mostly because the entrepreneurs fail to convey information that the investors look for in an engaging and understandable way .


You have to answer the questions in the minds of investors to give them a reason to believe in your brand.

You have to convey the value proposition to your investors and show why your idea is brilliant. You must choose a potential medium that can showcase your brand and your idea in a compelling way. And for most of the reasons described above, the video presentation stands out again.

By balancing the voice with the visuals, video presentation can serve as a better platform to convey thoughts and ideas compared to the slides.

Add an inspiring situational video to the presentation mix and you can make your idea shine in front of the investor.

For example , If you have a medical app that helps you instantly connect to a proficient medical practitioner on a global level, you can start your VC pitch with a short first person situational video like the one below:

“I flew up to New York with a sinus infection and the pressure of the landing ruptured my eardrum and worsened my situation. “ “I looked up the internet to find a huge list of medical practitioners. Confused, I logged on to ABC app to connect to the best medical practitioner instantly. ”

Including this story at the beginning of the video presentation makes the session a lot more interesting and easy to comprehend, compared to the powerpoint presentations.

For this reason, video presentations are gaining momentum nowadays to become the preferred choice by the corporates for sales pitches. It has the efficacy to craft an impactful impression in the minds of the viewer.

Before making your VC sales pitch video presentation, have a look at the 11 slides listed below. According to an excerpt from Forbes, these are the 11 basic slides every entrepreneur should look to add in their investor pitch deck.

  • Slide 1: Vision / Elevator Pitch
  • Slide 2: Traction / Validation
  • Slide 3: Market Opportunity
  • Slide 4: The Problem
  • Slide 5: Product / Service
  • Slide 6: Revenue Model
  • Slide 7: Marketing & Growth Strategy
  • Slide 8: Team
  • Slide 9: Financials
  • Slide 10: Competition
  • Slide 11: Investment ‘Ask’"

We have a carefully designed Animaker pitch deck template that can effectively pitch your startup idea to investors in less than 3 minutes.

3. Employee training.

Anne M Mulchany, the former CEO of Xerox Corporation had once quoted:

“Employees are a company’s greatest asset-They are the competitive advantage they want to retain the best: Provide them with encouragement, stimulus and make them feel that they are an integral part of the company’s mission.”

True to the word, employees are the driving force of the company. The company's success or the failure depends on them. So if you want your business to be successful and your team productive, you need to both train and motivate your employees.

Big corporates have invested on training videos to make their employees more skilled. On the other hand, the companies which had not made this investment have lost most of their business to companies with better training modules.

Video presentations are the secret formula for designing better training modules. Video presentation as a part of the training module is similar to an inspirational movie. It hooks you in the starting and teaches you a lesson at the end. And for this obvious reason, corporates have implemented it in their training material.

Corporates have made several training videos like soft skill development video, software training video, safety training video, corporate behavior video, etc. To get more information on how you can use video presentations in corporate training, you can follow this link.

4. Internal sales video presentations.

Video presentations are the answer to all the woes of the young subordinates . By adding video infographics to an already impressive video presentation made with Animaker , people can really stand out from the crowd and impress their boss. Especially with Animaker’s video infographics, you get the perfect tool to present your video presentations.

5. Educational video presentations.

"Presentation" is a term not restricted to business alone. It is a tool of learning . So it applies to education as well.

Students, teachers, lecturers presentations use it to show what they want to say. It is a visual aid. The goal of the presentation is to help the students to grasp the concept, apply it and advance on it. Somehow here too, the video serves its purpose.

Especially animated videos hold a special place in the minds of the students because it resembles the cartoons which are eye catchy. So teachers can use it to their advantage to create creative, colorful and attractive video presentations.

It serves a dual purpose. It entertains them as well as educates them. Of late, technology has been integrated into the curriculum, and video is the element that is extensively used.

Teachers can ask their students to give video presentations instead of powerpoint presentations. This task inculcates both critical thinking and creativity inside them.

The process of working with animations motivates them to naturally put in that extra effort for both coming with up a unique solution for the assignment and also creating the best looking Animated Video presentation .

On a closing note.

Video presentations are definitely a sure-fire solution to hook your potential prospects and sway their decisions to your side.

But, there also needs to be a balance between the video and the energy with which the presentation is delivered. And most importantly, your video should tell a great story . If your story triggers a positive emotion in the minds of the audience, then voila they are bound to buy into your idea.

Have experience using a video presentation before? Share us your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Top 20 Video Marketing PowerPoint Templates to Boost Engagement

Top 20 Video Marketing PowerPoint Templates to Boost Engagement

Kritika Saini


Suppose your company has a complex idea behind your product or service. 

How do you plan to deliver it to a broad audience? Here, only textual content might not be self-explanatory, and audio might lack a captivating representation.

These methods can lead to a whopping loss of audience, who are not willing to waste their time on minute details.

Instead, what if you try a dynamic, interactive, and informative video to promote this idea?

Reports state that in 2020, around 96% of consumers raised their online video consumption, and 9 out of 10 users wished to see more videos from businesses. In fact, Cisco reported that by 2022, online videos would make up more than 82% of all the internet traffic.

This signifies that brands realize the importance of a video, thereby investing in its creation and distribution. However, if video marketing is new to you, worry not. You can explore this guide and understand the critical pointers to create a unique and responsive video marketing plan. 

Let’s dive in!

Video marketing – the de facto content format online

Video marketing is a method of planning, creating, editing, publishing, and advertising video content to promote your product or service. This effort helps improve engagement, search engine optimization, conversations, traffic, revenue, and educate customers. You can use this versatile tool on platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Vimeo, LinkedIn, and more. 

But will all videos help you succeed in your endeavors?  

That’s because just like commercials, digital video marketing also requires thorough research, strategy, and a plan of action. 

Therefore, to help you commence this tricky process, we have shared five actionable steps featuring our 20 stunning video marketing PowerPoint templates. These designs can be easily edited and customized according to your requirement. So you can incorporate these PPT graphics in your video marketing presentation and supercharge your campaign efforts. Scroll below to begin your video journey!

1. Formulate a video marketing strategy

In video marketing, it’s essential to set final goals by creating a funnel for attracting, engaging, nurturing, and delighting the customers. After selecting a particular funnel stage, you have to find your target audience, create an impressive brand story, stick to the timeline, and maintain a realistic budget. Our pre-designed video marketing PowerPoint templates will surely help you execute these steps accurately. 

Template 1: Video market launch proposal PowerPoint presentation

Marketing consultants can use this launch proposal template to help their clients create a robust video marketing strategy. This design includes value proposition, video production process, project breakdown, project timeframe, project budget, and more. So download it instantly!

Video Market Launch Proposal

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Template 2: Video advertisement proposal PowerPoint presentation

Business associates can utilize this video advertising proposal template to brand their product or service on the website. So you can select it and create a detailed value proposition. Download and share it with your team members using Google Slides.

Video Advertisements Proposal

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Template 3: Video marketing business presentation 

You can increase the revenue growth of your business by examining crucial factors like video ideas, revenue, number of views, communication, video time, goal achieved, and more. So grab and include it in your video marketing presentation. 

Video Marketing Business

Template 4: 3-step roadmap for video market launch

You can include this 3-step roadmap design in your video marketing proposal template. The text boxes in the graphic can be edited conveniently. Therefore, download and make the desired changes. 

3 Step Roadmap for Video Marketing

2. Select the correct video type for your brand

Once you have designed your video marketing strategy, select the type of video you want to create. You can choose from demo videos, brand videos, event videos, expert interviews, educational videos, explainer videos, animated videos, testimonials, product videos, and others. Our excellent presentation designs will help you illustrate the pros and cons of each video type. 

Template 1: Video marketing challenges PPT

You can use this template to highlight the challenges and solutions for multi-video content. This design already covers four pointers; however, you can add more as per your research. So download it now!

Video Marketing Challenges Template

Template 2: Video marketing benefits presentation design

This invigorating template will help you connect with the user and create an impeccable brand image. You can incorporate it to emphasize the benefits of each video type. So download this layout to make the correct choice!

Video Marketing Benefits

Template 3: Video marketing strategy template 

You can follow the twelve steps given in this fantastic design to select the best video type. The template covers aspects such as writing, alignment, research, scheduling, creation, and more. Therefore, download it right away!

Video Marketing Strategy Template

Template 4: Video marketing strategy presentation

You can use this video marketing funnel diagram to achieve your final goals and objectives. The design encourages you to research different categories of videos, explore their benefits, consider them from a business perspective, and make the final decision. Download now!

Video Marketing Strategy PPT Design

3. Stages of video production

After selecting the type of video, you need to initiate the video production process. First, you have to choose and approve the content for getting your video in motion. Second, you have to initiate creative brainstorming to finalize the video story, characters, plot, message, style, and length. Third, you have to script your video by setting the reading pace and booking professional voiceover artists. At last, you can begin your video production, set the audio and visual parameters, and insert a call to action. Choose from these PPT templates and create a crisp video content marketing presentation. 

Template 1: Visual marketing example presentation

You can include the various successful video production examples in this visually appealing presentation. This design will make your approach easy to understand. Therefore, download it right now!

Video Marketing Example

Template 2: Video marketing presentation idea

You can describe the stages of your video production process in this well-crafted template. The design can also be included in your video marketing presentation. So download it and begin your production activities.

Video Marketing Template

Template 3: Video marketing campaign presentation layout

This PPT design covers seven persuasive steps for creating a production video marketing campaign. So download it and start producing your short clips, brand videos, morale boosters, promotional videos, feature videos, training videos, and more. 

Video Marketing Campaign

Template 4: Corporate video production services marketing PPT

High-quality videos are the best way to improve your company's engagement. Create a professional video on any topic with this unique PPT template. All you need to do is insert your production process in this filmmaker-friendly design. 

Corporate Video Production Services

4. Steps for SEO optimization

You can improve your website’s SEO by creating high-quality content that educates and benefits your viewer. Besides, you can index your videos by using them on your websites, embedding them in the quality content, publishing them consistently, or following the technical details. Our impressive video marketing PowerPoint templates will help you represent all the video marketing facts effectively. 

Template 1: Video marketing statistics template presentation

You can use this template to study your previous year’s video marketing statistics. This design will also help you make new SEO optimization decisions. Besides, you can highlight positive techniques, website views, video shares, downloads, and more. 

Video Marketing Statistics Template

Template 2: Video advertising campaign results for website

You can advertise your campaign videos with this intuitive PowerPoint design. The PPT template depicts your website’s performance, with or without video marketing. Therefore, download and use it to your advantage. 

Video Advertising Campaign Results for Website

Template 3: Video marketing trends PPT

You can compare various SEO trends for your video marketing strategy with this PPT presentation. The design can be incorporated to discuss the traffic boost on different social media platforms. Download it now!

Video Marketing Trends

Template 4: Video marketing automation presentation

You can plan to completely automate your video posts and interactions with various SEO tools using this premium template. The PPT design can also be incorporated to attract, convert, close, and report your success. So download it and make the required changes. 

Video Marketing Automation

5. Video distribution and success rate

By now, you must have an amazing video in your hand. But how do you get people to watch and share it? Distribute your videos by choosing the right channel – owned media, paid media, and earned media. A balance among all these channels will help your videos garner attention. Lastly, you have to set KPIs, pick data from the correct channel, measure ROI, and make the required adjustments. Our exclusive video marketing PowerPoint templates will help you strategize this information quickly. 

Template 1: Video marketing promotional diagram

You can use this PPT template to create a vigilant promotion strategy for your video marketing campaign. The design includes market goals, list creation, SEO optimization, and segment parameters. So download it to choose a profitable media. 

Video Marketing Promotional Strategy PPT

Template 2: Video marketing tips PPT template

You can grab the attention of your prospective audience by promoting all videos on various media channels. This design will also help you share a few tips with your marketing team to create an influential video distribution strategy. Therefore, download it immediately!

Video Marketing Tips

Template 3: Video marketing statistics sample PPT

After integrating your video content on the website, you can use this statistics template to calculate the results. The design includes updates on views, conversion, sales, shares, likes, impressions, follower count, and more. Therefore, grab it instantly!

Video Marketing Statistics Design

Template 4: Business development video marketing PPT

You can analyze your business activities with this video marketing template. The design includes a bar graph that can be used to represent the year-on-year increase in revenue, customers, and more. So download and use it to make critical business decisions.  

Business Development Video Marketing Plan PPT Slide

Time to execute 

As devices like phones and tablets are more video-ready, consumers expect brands from different industries to connect with them using videos. Therefore, it becomes paramount to hire experienced freelancers or agencies to create a profitable video marketing strategy. And these exclusive video marketing PowerPoint templates will help you at every step. You can access the world’s largest collection of creative designs by purchasing an unlimited subscription here . So go ahead and test, analyze, and tweak your videos now! 

P.S: Now that you’ve got your videos and strategy ready, you can explore this all-inclusive guide to prepare an actionable YouTube marketing plan with PPT templates. 

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