General information about images
All images are saved to imagebank. You have your own imagebank for your private account and there are separate image banks for every team. You can't use images from your private bank to team presentations and vice versa. Images can be saved to folders in imagebank. Empty folders are deleted automatically. You can import as many images to imagebank as you want. The most common screen size is in scale 16:9 with about 1920 x 1080 (HDTV). You probably will not need any larger size (even if you use Retina screens). Exact size of Seidat content area is 1280 x 900 pixels.
Supported image formats
- .svg (not for background, more info below)
SVG is a little bit complicated file format. To make it work perfectly, it must has only vector content inside. If you use text inside, there will be problems with fonts (using only fonts, which browser (computer) has. If you use png or other bitmap-images inside, they won't appear on thumbnails (small slide images). We have restricted svg usage as background images.
Not supported image formats:
Upload (import) images
You can upload pictures to image bank where ever you want.
from your Facebook account
Move the cursor on the left upper side of the screen and a menu will open. Choose Image and another window opens. (see picture below)
Choose the right location and select the wanted image.
Click the picture and your cursor will change to moving symbol. Move the picture to the right location.
Set image as background
There is special button in menu for background images.
Choose Background – Image to change a background image
If you want to delete the background image, replace it by selecting a background color
NB! You have to define all background images one by one or copy slides
You may have different backgrounds in your presentation
You can add a link in your image by clicking the link button next to Default section.
Delete the activated image by clicking the trash bin button or press backspace.
Every image is situated at its own layer. Arrange the activated image (layers) by clicking the bring to front or send to back buttons above the editing area.