How to Edit SVG Graphics in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

I like to save as a PNG file so that the transparent part of the image remains transparent. How to Edit SVG in PowerPoint Video Tutorial. Here’s a video tutorial where I show how to convert and edit an SVG in PowerPoint. Click here to watch the YouTube tutorial. That should open the doors to all sorts of possibilities as you find free SVG files at those various sites that offer free stock images.

Free medical images for eLearning

eLearningArt

Medical stock photos are pretty popular in eLearning right now. Note that the icons are also in both PNG and EMF format, so you can ungroup and modify them. Articulate Storyline Resources eLearning Templates Tutorials Who doesn’t like free? So I thought it would be a good time to hook you guys up with some free images. You can download the images here.

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How to Customize Illustrations in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

This is an issue I run into quite a bit because I get some of my graphics from those low cost (or free) stock image sites and often they only provide a.PNG version of the file. Many of the illustrations you purchase will be in one of these formats: EPS,AI,PNG, or.JPG. Click here to view the video tutorial. Get your free PowerPoint templates and free graphics & stock images. e-learning Graphics Multimedia PowerPoint Tutorials Uncategorized Visual Design

Create an Animated Title Clip Using PowerPoint & Camtasia Studio 8

TechSmith Camtasia

So, when it comes to using Camtasia Studio, I sometimes like to go outside of the realm of traditional screen recording, plain title clips, or stock art found in the media Library and customize the look of my video with original artwork I create. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use PowerPoint to create an artsy, collage style title clip… …and add a little animation applied to it via the Camtasia Studio Visual Properties! Save the image as a PNG file.

5 Lessons for Learning Photoshop

E-learning Uncovered

Back then, we didn’t have the web to turn to for Photoshop advice or YouTube for video tutorials. Instead of jumping directly into another Photoshop tutorial, I think it best that you learn some basic concepts of an editing tool like Photoshop. For instance, you are searching a stock image site for the “perfect” images to incorporate into an e-learning project. Don’t confuse this with file formats like jpeg, gif and png.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

BrightCarbon

Images typically need to be under 2MB and in JPEG, GIF or PNG format to upload correctly. Use high quality photography- not stock photo clichés: . The right photography can create a positive atmosphere and sense of finesse around you and your presentation; cheesy stock images will have the opposite effect! Using high quality, modern-looking stock-photography also helps to paint your brand and your presentation in a better light.