How to make a good presentation — examples and tips

An essential part of a video shot in the Jalinga studio is the presentation with which the speaker works. The presentation includes all of the important materials and points that need to be presented to the students and the audience. But sometimes we have problems with presentations: most people simply don't understand how to make them vivid but not overloaded with pictures and copy.

An essential part of a video shot in the Jalinga studio is the presentation with which the speaker works. The presentation includes all of the important materials and points that need to be presented to the students and the audience. But sometimes we have problems with presentations: most people simply don't understand how to make them vivid but not overloaded with pictures and copy.

Drawing on our extensive experience in creating presentations and shooting educational videos, we feel like we can give you a few interesting tips that will dramatically improve your presentation. No matter if it’s a presentation for an event, employees, or a personal project. You can apply these literally in any industry.

Let’s start with the first point:

1. The amount of copy on each slide
When it comes to making a good presentation, it’s very important to limit your copy on each slide. Nobody wants to read a long essay on every single slide — it is simply boring.

Try to limit the amount of copy you have on each slide. For example, instead of writing a whole paragraph, you could probably put it in a few short bullet points. Of course, that can be a bit hard when explaining a tough subject but try and use all your storytelling skills in order to do that. But if you can reduce the amount of copy in your presentation, it will have a big impact on its appeal and the attention of students, who will no longer need to read tons of text from the screen.
2. Visuals & design
Since we are producing a professional video studio, we cannot ignore the importance of visuals. The reality is that humans are much more likely to remember visuals than texts. We also respond better to visual-rich slides, so why not improve your presentation design?

However, there is one downside when it comes to design — it is very time-consuming. It can take from 30 minutes to 1 hour to create and design one slide. But the Jalinga Studio software is here to help — it is designed specifically for creating presentations to be used for filming in the studio. Without leaving the studio, you can quickly and easily design your slides and fill them with text and content.

3. Easy-to-follow structure
Another hallmark of a good presentation is the very easy-to-understand structure.

You need to align your slides with the storytelling — so your audience gets the message that you are trying to convey. It’s very bad practice to jump from one topic to another when presenting, so that might confuse your audience.
4. Storytelling
The skill of telling a story in a beautiful way can help you connect with an audience that isn't particularly interested. If you record a lecture or video course and just read from the sheet, students will catch it and refuse to listen: after all, if the teacher isn't interested in his subject, why should the student be?

That’s why you need to be able to basically talk to the audience as you would to your friends. Making a connection with an audience is the hardest thing — but with good storytelling, this could be the easiest part of your presentation.
Conclusion
High-quality presentation is the key to a good video shot at Jalinga Studio. We hope that our tips will help you create a presentation that will thrill your viewers and students from the first seconds!
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