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When do you need a presentation?

Lecture or speech. When there is a goal to teach or share experiences. In the presentation format, it is very convenient to illustrate theses or additionally reveal them using a visual tool.

Demonstration of a project. A small video will work more efficiently in comparison with the «‎catalog»‎ variant, where a person needs to turn over each slide. A good video presentation of a project will convey the main idea faster and more comfortably.

Data visualization. Cases, statistics, reports, and other digital data formats can be properly embedded in a video presentation. Animated graphs, process illustrations, and capacious presentation of information will help make content with numbers not boring and interactive.

Self-presentation. A presentation can also be used for personal purposes. If making a portfolio or video CV in the video format, it will favorably distinguish you among the usual questionnaires or links lists. In this form, anyone can find out more about you faster and without unnecessary clicks to different resources or social networks.

Advantages of a video presentation

This representation allows you to convey information more lively and interactively. Statical slides are more difficult for the audience to perceive. You need to peer into them, try to grasp the meaning, and select the key meanings on your own. Video, on the contrary, makes it easier to consume information, due to the sufficient work with animation and sound content. In this form, information can be represented more clearly.

For self-review, a video presentation is also preferable to be standard. When a person needs to learn more about a project or one received the speaker's materials after the speech, it is much more comfortable and faster to watch a video than to scroll through slides and try to understand them.


Build your story so that one semantic fragment in the video presentation takes no longer than 7-15 seconds. This is enough to reveal the point and switch attention to the next thesis or its addition. If you make the segments shorter, then the message will not be revealed, and if they are longer, then a viewer will get tired and close the presentation.

How to make a presentation in SUPA Video Maker


Log in or make a new SUPA account.


Choose a suitable template or start making your presentation from scratch. For this purpose, we recommend choosing a horizontal video format.


Edit the template and fill the video with everything you need.


Download your video and use it for your purpose.

How to make a video presentation interesting and of high quality

Sometimes presentations are created to complete a speaker, a business representative, or others who explain everything on the screen. But it can be made as a completely independent tool that will not need to be explained. Some of the peculiarities may vary depending on the type of presentation – commercial, educational, informative, and so on. But the main points are the same, and here's what you need to pay attention to:


Before making a presentation, structure your narration. Due to it, you will convey your message. Describe what you want to tell and arrange your video so that it is structurally logical and consistent.

A typical scheme for any story looks like this:

  1. Introduction
  2. Binding
  3. Development of the action
  4. Climax
  5. Conclusion
  6. End

Any presentation format can be adapted to this algorithm. You don't have to build a whole story with heroes, a storyline, and an antagonist. In the case of a video presentation, the parallels are as follows:

  • the introduction is a greeting
  • binding is a representation of a topic
  • development of the action is the disclosure of the topic
  • the climax is a demonstration of the key values of the offer or giving the main idea
  • the conclusion is adding arguments
  • the end is a call to action

Depending on the format of a presentation and its tasks, the structure may vary. You may want to approach to it conceptually or skip some points at all. The main thing is that the key idea is observed. Otherwise, a presentation simply won't work.

One presentation – one key thought

Don't put everything in one presentation, as long format is not suitable here. There should always be one topic around which the entire video is built. If we are talking about a specific company, it would be appropriate to talk about both its achievements and the range of services. But if you are talking about a specific product, then it is better to reveal it from all sides, and if to talk about the rest of the products, then it will be appropriate at the very end without focusing too much attention.

Presentation composition

Good photographs, visuals of the same style, illustrating examples and data are all part of a presentation that make it lively and not boring. There are tools that allow you to make the background animation, individual objects, and other work with graphic elements.

Working with a text

Do not fill the entire slide with text or add it as one big chunk. It should contain a little text component. It can support the voiced thoughts with a capacious expression, if there is a voiceover or convey the embedded meaning in several sentences. Don't forget about layout – indentions, spaces between lines, different font sizes, and other work with text will help make it more readable and easier to percept.

The end

A video presentation should always end logically. Do not cut it off at the moment when a person is immersed in content consumption. If the video comes to an end, depending on the type of presentation, finish it with a call to action. After sharing something useful – ask if they like the information or if the audience can add something. After telling about yourself or your product – place your contacts on the last slide and suggest contacting if the offer turned out to be interesting.

What to do with the finished presentation?

A presentation might be prepared for a specific event or company, but for a number of reasons either is not presented to the audience or decides the purpose for which it was created and is no longer needed. But since a presentation is ready, more often it can be used further. It all depends on the context.

A commercial presentation can be sent to potential partners or clients. Accompany it with an attractive offer or information about a new product and then it will become an additional promotion tool.

An educational video presentation can be used as a lead magnet, where you get customer contact in exchange for useful content. You can also publish it on your blog and social media, sharing useful information.

The visualized data can also be published in the public domain if it is useful for the general public.

In all cases, it is important to understand that the original presentation may not always be used for other purposes. Most likely it will need to be adapted or supplemented with a description.