How To ANIMATE Vector Graphics In PowerPoint | Joey and Khaleel Khan | Skillshare
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5 Videos (26m)
    • Introduction

    • Animating Vector Graphics

    • Producing HD Video

    • Resources: Free Vector Graphics

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About This Class

Vector images are a nice way to represent your ideas in a Powerpoint presentation. For example, instead of writing the word giraffe, you can use a vector image, to represent giraffe in your presentation.

Vectors are visually appealing and tend to be very direct in meaning in most of the situations they are used in. There are various sites to download free vector images that can be used for your presentations. The challenge is that to edit most of the free vector images requires an illustration application like Illustrator or Inkscape which has a steep learning curve.

However, if you get them in .EPS format you may be able to edit these vector images in PowerPoint. The best part is that you can also animate these vectors in PowerPoint to tell your story in a visually compelling way.



In this class, I’ll show you how to animate vector images in Powerpoint.
You’ll learn how to:

  • Source free vector images
  • Edit vectors in Powerpoint
  • Add animation effects to vectors
  • Export slide as an HD video in Powerpoint

So, enroll in this class if you haven’t already. I’ll see you on the other side.





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Joey and Khaleel Khan

Design & Animation Made Simple For Everyone

Hello, Joey and Khaleel here - Instructors at Visual Deck.


In this day and age of digital marketing, having the right visual content can increase the brand value significantly. But not everyone is equipped to create professional graphics and videos on their own. This means people spend thousands of dollars in hiring designers or buying expensive softwares, which have deep learning curves and are not easy to use.

So, What's The Solution?
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