The autoplay feature in Prezi Next allows you to set downloaded presentations to play automatically so you don't have to do the clicking. You control the pace by setting the time interval between transitions and autoplay will loop your presentation so it plays continuously for the world to see. Many new Prezi users might struggle with getting a video to play automatically in Prezi – This includes videos inserted directly into Prezi and also Youtube videos. The mistake that most people make is that they try to add the video inside a frame and when they are in the present mode, they need. If you are not redirected automatically, follow this link to Google Play Store to get Prezi for Android. Google Play Store to get Prezi for Android. Viewers would get only 4 seconds—barely enough time for a video to start. Furthermore, a Prezi embedded on a website will not autoplay until the viewer clicks to begin the presentation. And again, those viewers will only get 4 seconds of time for each slide. Figure 6.
We are currently experiencing a server outage. An enlarged version of this menu is shown in Fig. What can autoplay do for you? Click the forward arrow button and hold down on it. But what about the other slide? Note: Autoplay is not currently available for presentations that contain audio.
What can autoplay do for you? Figure 4. Visit our workshop. Note: Autoplay is not currently available for presentations that contain audio. We're here to help Reach out to support, find answers in our community, or view tutorials in the workshop. Contact support.
Click here for more information. Note: The autoplay feature in Prezi Next is available for presentations downloaded using the desktop app. Figure 6. This will bring up three timing options: 4 seconds, 10 seconds and 20 seconds, as shown in in Fig. Select the 4-second option and your presentation will begin moving from one slide to another. Then, click the cogwheel in the lower right corner of your screen and select an interval of 4, 10, or 20 seconds. This means if you have a YouTube video as part of your Prezi, for example, the most you could get out of it is 20 seconds before Prezi would move on. We're here to help Reach out to support, find answers in our community, or view tutorials in the workshop. But what about your viewers?