Here is the Russell Video PowerPoint Template. Try to keep all of your text within the yellow dotted line. Do not place anything outside the red dotted line. To make things easier, you may want to place guides over the yellow and red lines. If you do not know how to place guides, go to help (F1) and look up “guides.” Next, let’s take a look at what fonts look best on video. Large sans serif fonts look best on video. The minimum text size is 18 if you want it readable. If you are using dark text over a light background, no shadow is needed. Sans Serif fonts look better on video than Serif Fonts. Try to put a black drop shadow on all fonts if you have a dark background. The next slide will show you how to create shadows correctly. Adding Shadows to fonts and graphics Do not use this shadow option – it will put a white shadow on your fonts. Use this shadow option – it will put a black shadow on your fonts. Make sure the shadow is close to the text. If it’s separated too far it’ll be hard to read. Using Video-safe Colors The following information is taken from “Designing Computer Graphics for Video” by George Otto found at: http://viz.aset.psu.edu/gho/sem_notes/cg_for_video/ NTSC ``legal'' colors have a compressed chroma and luma range. Non Video-safe Colors Avoid highly saturated colors (particularly reds) and sharp chroma transitions. Other Tips Don't use single pixel lines! We suggest a minimum of 3pt. Other Tips Avoid fine patterns. Other Tips If you want to spruce up your presentation, add different graphic backgrounds to your slides, or one background to your master slide. Other Tips If you are using a newer version of PowerPoint, you may want to turn off any “Auto Design” features. If you have any questions about formatting a PowerPoint presentation for video, please give us a call or send us an e-mail! (734) 213-0500 email@example.com
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