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Create Video Infographics Using Keynote or Powerpoint Template

by Dimitrov Dimitar10. June, 2013

How to Create Video Infographics using Keynote or PowerPoint Template

There are many tools out there, offering you to create free infographics.
Some of them you might know already : probably most popular free infographics generators are or
But what if you want to create video infographics, website presentation, or motion graphics ?
Of course you can always make them using tools, such as Adobe Illustrator , Adobe After Effects and other.
Only problem is, that this type of software requires skills and a lot of knowledge, and if you are not experienced designer,this can take a lot of your time and effort until you will get final result.If you want to learn more how to create infographics from zero using Adobe After Effects, you can read tutorial here.

Video Infographics using Keynote or PowerPoint Template

Keynote and PowerPoint are very powerful tools allowing you create stunning and amazing looking presentations. You can choose between hundreds of charts, slide effects, tables and transitions.Only your fantasy is a limit.
If you want to know more, you can find millions of tutorials on YouTube how to make a presentation from scratch using Keynote or Powerpoint.
Create video infographics or motion graphics, using Keynote or Powerpoint is more than simple.
All what you need to do, is create number of slides with your infographic elements, chose appropriate slide effects and once you are done you simply need record your screen while your presentation is set on auto play.
Here are is a good example how to achieve this using Keynote template:


You can download template from GraphicRiver here.
If you have any questions, you can always submit your comments , and i would be happy to help you !

  • Kristofrog
    21. July, 2013 at 16:06

    Hi there, thanks for the tips. This is great! What software would you recommend using to convert a PowerPoint to video format. I’d also like to add music and narration to the video. Thank you!

  • Techinfographics
    22. July, 2013 at 21:12

    Hi Kristofrog ! Thanks for your comment. It really depends on what operating system you are using (Windows or Mac), even PowerPoint itself (from 2010 edition) has also built in video converter. What i would recommend , choose one of the software which suits your needs and convert to the video(e.g. WonderShare PPT2Video, PresenterSoft PowerVideoMaker Professional, Camtasia Studio,GeoVid Presentations to Video Converter,AboilSoft PowerPoint to Video) . Once you will have your work in video format, edit it with powerful editor such as iMovie or Finalstudio , in that case you will have more flexibility to polish your sound and motion , add new effects or customize your narration.

  • Kristofrog
    22. July, 2013 at 21:44

    Thanks for all the tips! This is really helpful. Keep the great posts coming. Cheers.

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