2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2006 2:31 AM by Vampire_Hunter

    Change the presentation size (resolution) of a breeze presentation?

    Vampire_Hunter
      Is it possible to change the presentation size (resolution) of a breeze presentation?

      I tried to change the resolution in power point, but it doesn’t affect the size of the presentation when exporting with breeze.

      I think that the only option is to change the size of the contents, like flash, and images, and then the breeze presentation gets bigger or smaller (breeze allows resizing).

      I wanted to place a size to the slides so that I could create the contents according to that size, so that when the breeze window gets (eventually) resized the contents doesn’t loose too much resolution…

      What is your opinion?
        • 1. Re: Change the presentation size (resolution) of a breeze presentation?
          jon_stark
          I’m not sure if this is what you mean, but I noticed that as the breeze presentation played on different-sized monitors, the images would look either poor or great depending on how much the presentation was shrunk or expanded.

          What we have done--especially with images [pngs and swfs] that we import--is to test different-sized source images in breeze to see the optimal resolution during playback on different resolution screens, then come up with the optimal resolution. After that we would resize the image or swfs (even Captivate files) in powerpoint to fit. The result was much more clear images when the breeze presentation is resized (shrunk or expanded) when played back. One thing to note: file sizes became immense.

          Another thing: the larger the better did not apply. We found that there was a point at which importing too large an image and then shrinking it down caused the image to look worse. You’ll need to experiment depending on your situation.
          • 2. Re: Change the presentation size (resolution) of a breeze presentation?
            Vampire_Hunter Level 1
            Yes that was my question,

            I guess we have to try the presentation in several screen resolution and see if the images and animations don’t get very big and pixelated..

            Thanks!