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13 Sep 2019
14 May 2019
Do you know how to turn your boring scientific research presentation into an engaging one?
Of course, you need to follow the basics: knowing your audience, providing the context and the purpose of your research, describing the problem, highlighting your activities and important information, and adding your conclusion with the key points.
The internet is full of tips on how to give an effective presentation. But, we are going to be more specific. We’ll show you how to present your scientific research data through an infographic video.
To demonstrate how easy it is to visualize your scientific research through video, we’ve prepared a short video about climate change with the help of our video maker. Let’s watch it:
To create this video, we’ve picked our Infographics Animation Pack. Click on “Create Now” to start.
There are two ways to create a video: add the scenes manually or load a pre-made story.
We’ve picked the scenes manually, based on our script.
As you can see, there are many scene categories, including bar charts and infographics, self-filling charts, icon animations, image and video holders, checkmarks, and logo animations. Besides, you can choose a topic category from Healthcare and Weather to Finance.
Once you choose the scenes, start customizing them. You can add your texts, images, and videos. Let’s see how to do it. To the left, you can see the tools including the text field and the visual placement. Write your text and choose the position of the icon.
In the next scene, we have a video. Go to the scene library and pick a video holder. There are 4 ways to add a video: via video URL, from your device, from the Media library, and from our Stock footage library. By the way, you have an option to preview the scene before rendering the full video.
We’ve picked a video from the Stock footage library, which has more than 195.000 stock videos. Click on “Stock footage” and type your topic or keyword. Insert the video you like the most.
Videos can be too long so you can trim them and choose the parts you want to have in your project.
In our project, we also have a chart. There are many different types of charts so you can pick the most suitable ones, depending on your data.
We’ve picked a simple line chart.
If you have a list of items, you can present them with checkmarks or x-marks. Simply choose the scene and fill in the info.
As an end scene, you can add your logo animation. There are 3 options for adding an image: via image URL, from your Media Library, or your device.
Once you finish editing the scenes of your video, go the “Style” section of the editor and pick one of the suggested transitions. We’ve picked the 3rd option.
In the color section, pick one of the suggested color palettes or add your custom colors.
Now, it’s time to add some music. Go to the “Music” section where you can find our music tracks. You also have an option to upload your own music, mute the project, or add your voiceover. We’ve picked the “Inspiring Sentimental Springs” music track.
Once your video is ready, preview it to see the final result. Click on “Free Preview” in the “Preview” section.
The video preview will be ready in a couple of minutes.
If you want to change something, you can always get back to editing. Your projects are saved in “My Videos” section in the dropdown menu. Download or share your video for free, make a single purchase or subscribe to one of our plans, it’s all up to you.
Make your scientific research video stand out and impress your audience with a dynamic presentation of data and numbers.
Would you like to try it now? Click the button below to start:
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