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Adding video

Adding video can help make your presentation more dynamic and provide compelling stories. In Prezi Next, you can upload your own video file or add video using a YouTube link.

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

Uploading your video

1. Navigate to the place in your presentation where you’d like to add the video.

2. Click the Insert button at the top of your screen, then select Video.

3. In the sidebar, click Select... and locate the MP4 file you’d like to upload. Make sure the file’s extension is “.mp4” before uploading it. 

4. After the file uploads, you can move, resize, and rotate the video as needed. 

Note: We recommend adding video files that are no more than 50 MB in size to avoid a possible decrease in performance.

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Supported formats

Prezi Next supports MP4 video files with .mp4 extensions. Audio should be in AAC Codec (HE-AAC codecs are not supported).

1. Navigate to the place in your presentation where you’d like to add the video.

2. Click the Insert button at the top of your screen, then select Video.

3. In the sidebar, copy+paste (CTRL/CMD+V) a YouTube link in the field under “Embed YouTube.”

4. Click Insert.

5. After the video loads, you can move, resize, and rotate the video as needed. 

Note: You’ll need an Internet connection to play any YouTube videos. Please also note your videos must comply with Prezi’s Terms of Use.

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Playing a video

Once you reach the video in your presentation, it will enter fullscreen and play automatically.

You will see controls at the bottom of your screen where you can adjust the volume and pause or play. 

For YouTube links, you may also see other controls such as closed captioning and subtitles and speed and quality settings, depending on what is available on the original YouTube video.

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