More and more presentations are being shared in virtual spaces- from webinars and blogs to social media and online forums. As a result, our top feature request has been to let users add audio to their Haiku Deck presentations and give the option of saving presentations with audio as video presentations. With the launch of new Haiku Deck Presentation Video beta, we are delivering on this request.
Our test-release will be available for a limited time at no additional charge to Haiku Deck Pro Subscribers via our web site only.
What better way to introduce you to Haiku Deck Presentation videos than with a Presentation Video about this very topic. (I know, it’s meta)
While Presentation Videos will be offered at no-additional charge during the beta period, we do expect that it will eventually be paid upgrade for Haiku Deck Pro users.
We came to Presentation Videos based on feedback from thousands of users who told us they need a better way to create all kinds of videos. Here are a few examples of the requests:
- Create videos for webinars
- Create videos for corporate training
- Quickly create and deliver lesson videos for students in flipped classrooms or traditional learning environments
- Create team update videos
- Reach more customers online with remote sales presentation videos
- Inspire donors and share your story with fundraising videos for nonprofits and other organizations
- Keep your group engaged with community update videos
- Easily build promotional videos for events, products, and services
- Drive listeners and readers to your blog and podcast by creating presentation videos that summarize your content for easy sharing through social media
- Create informational videos for customers and partners
As with any beta, some users may encounter an issue along the way. Please share any problems you encounter or ideas you have so we can make Haiku Deck Presentation Videos the best possible solution for your needs.
Audio Playback for Haiku Deck Presentations
In addition to creating videos, we also now support audio playback through the Haiku Deck playback pages. When you record your audio, a small play button will appear in the lower left corner of your slides. Online viewers can click to hear your audio track for each slide. For more information on adding audio to your Haiku Deck, please refer to this article on the Haiku Deck User Guide. For information on audio playback, please refer to this article.