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PowerPoint: Using Breeze to create streaming presentations Using Breeze Presenter Presenter allows you to enhance your presentations by: Adding audio Adding multimedia such as video and flash files Inserting quizzes and surveys Converting into Macromedia Flash format

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using breeze presenter
Using Breeze Presenter

Presenter allows you to enhance your presentations by:

  • Adding audio
  • Adding multimedia such as video and flash files
  • Inserting quizzes and surveys
  • Converting into Macromedia Flash format
  • Macromedia Breeze Presenter installs as a menu within PowerPoint.
  • All of the functionality you will need is accessible from this menu.
set preferences
Set Preferences

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  • Choose Preferences from the Breeze menu.
  • Create a presenter profile. This profile is used to provide the default presenter information for presentations.
  • Configure the Breeze server to which you want to publish. Our server is: http://media.spu.edu:8888
presentation settings
Presentation Settings

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  • Choose Presentation Settings from the Breeze menu.
  • The Settings tab lets you change the presentation title, add a presentation summary, and select other presentation settings.
  • Use the Attachments tab to add documents or web links to your presentation.
add audio
Add Audio

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  • Choose Record Audio from the Breeze menu.
  • Set your microphone recording level.
  • Begin recording audio. Clicking Next >> advances the presentation to the next slide. Clicking Next Animation allows you to time PowerPoint animations to your narration. If there are no animations on the slide, clicking Next Slide will take you to the next slide.
create quizzes and surveys
Create Quizzes and Surveys

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  • Choose Quiz Manager from the Breeze menu.
  • A new quiz is created for you. Click Add New Question to add a question.
  • Choose the type of question you would like to create and fill in question properties.
  • Continue until you have created all questions and click OK in the Quiz Manager.
  • New slides are added to the presentation for each question you created.
publish presentations
Publish Presentations

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  • Choose Publish from the Breeze menu.
  • Confirm presentation settings by looking at the Presentation Information.
  • Select publish locally ("My Computer") or publish to a Breeze server.
  • Click Publish. If you published locally, you can click View Output to see the presentation after conversion is complete. If you published to a Breeze server, a URL is provided. Use this URL in Blackboard to share presentation with students. Make sure presentation is available to all so students aren’t asked for a password.
learn more
Learn More

Additional Resources

  • Product documentation and Quick Start Guide are available via the Help item in the Breeze menu.
  • Visit the Breeze Resource Center for product tutorials, best practices, and more: www.macromedia.com/go/breeze_resources