I have a Pro Prezi account and am working on a presentation for an audience of 150+ people. The presentation will have over 100 frames (to include approx. 30 images and 4 or 5 videos (each video will be approx.1 minute to 4 minutes long). Looking at the knowledgebase, there seems to be different comments about the best way to playback a presentation with lots of content such as video, frames and images. The common theme I see is to play the Prezi back on the most “powerful computer.” Otherwise, there will be performance issues (e.g. play back or animation will lag or even crash) … I cannot afford a crash in front of 150+ people for this presentation).
A few questions:
- From reading the forum comments, is playback using the desktop application more stable than using a browser? I would think the desktop would be more stable, but it seems that using Firefox or Chrome is more stable. Comments?
- What is the maximum file size that the Prezi can be before there are performance issues? … and where can I see the file size of the Prezi? Do I need to download it to find out, or is there some other way to determine this?
- Is there a way to apply a hyperlink to a word in the Prezi that will direct the presenter to a website as you can in Word? I can include the URL in the Prezi and it will direct the presenter to the website, but it looks a little sloppy in the presentation to include a long path to the website.
Any feedback is appreciated! Looking forward to reviewing feedback.