Designed to scale from the individual user up to large business teams, Prezi Next is the first platform on the market to activate and support the full lifecycle of a presentation: Stage 1: Create. Prezi Next builds on the storytelling elements of our original product by incorporating a more flexible, intuitive editor. Customizable designer templates help users communicate the shape of their message and create visually stunning presentations.
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Prezi Next Online System Requirements
For editing: Prezi Next presentations can currently be edited on a Windows or Mac computer using Chrome, Firefox 64 bit, and Safari 10. If using your phone or tablet, our Prezi Viewer app is optimized to view, present, and share presentations on Android and iOS devices but currently does not support editing.
For viewing: Presentations are best viewed with the latest versions of Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Edge, or Internet Explorer.
Prezi Next desktop app
The installation of Prezi Next requires about 650MB but can vary by 1-2MB from one release to the next. You can download the Prezi Next desktop app here.
Minimum requirements for running Prezi Next
Windows: Windows 7 SP1 with a minimum of 4 GB RAM
Mac: OS X 10.10.5 with a minimum of 4 GB RAM
Note: Prezi Next is not officially supported on Linux.
Viewing exported presentations (Windows)
To view exported presentations in Windows, DirectX 9 or higher is required. You’ll also need a dedicated or integrated graphics card.
In this simple tutorial I will show you a very simple yet effective method on how to convert a portable Prezi .EXE file into a .PEZ file that can be edited in Prezi Desktop (What is portable Prezi?)
NB: For this to work you will need to use a file archiving software. The functionality of file archiving is already built-in all popular operating systems, however I will be using a tool called WinRAR, which has a simple user interface and is very easy to use. The conversion can also be done using the built-in tools or any other archiving software, as long as you follow the important step nr 4
1) Unzip your portable Prezi
2) Navigate into the Content folder
3) Rename folder data to prezi
4) Use your favorite file compressing tool and add the folder to archive. Important: Choose archive format ZIP and compression method Store. This means you will be creating a file that is not compressed and only stored as a zip file.
5) Rename the newly created file prezi.zip to prezi.pez
6) That’s it – the pez file can now be opened in Prezi Desktop. The Prezi will not have a thumbnail at first, but it can still be opened, edited and presented normally.
Is it really this simple? Watch the video: