Which format do you use for your presentations? If you want to add a comment: What is your preferred software? Why do you use it?
I am looking for ways to approach teaching and conferences.
Martin Rost schrieb dazu vor kurzem ein paar Tipps auf: http://maroki.de/pub/technology/mk_folien_info.html
Ich habe 2013 mal einen Vortrag darüber gehalten, wie ich Vortragsfolien in Markdown mache und mit pandoc in S5 oder reveal.js umwandle. Sorry für die verspielten Transitionen: https://www.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/~cpietsch/markdown/
@fly_it I write my presentations in markdown and convert them to a reveal.js HTML presentation using pandoc. Runs in most browsers, has good multimedia support and can export to PDF, too.
@fly_it LaTeX / Beamer in combination with git as a version control system is my all-time favourite.
@fly_it impressjs + a small handmade preact wrapper, because I can use it to build interactive presentations and host them afterwards for the people to go through.
PDF for exports.
@fly_it A lot of times I just make a folder full of images that start with 3-digit numbers. I try to use as little text as possible. When I do need it, I often use the Takahashi.sty¹ with LaTeX to make a PDF.
@fly_it powerpoint impress should be considered as two different options, as i would use impress, I wouldn't use PowerPoint. At least to show people, not two use proptrietary software.
@fly_it I compile LaTeX + beamer to .pdf and play it with pdfpc.
I use LaTeX, because my presentations usually contain some mathematical expressions and I have already written or will write a LaTeX document on that topic, anyway.
@fly_it While I like revealjs I often use the Google presentation tool when I hold presentations with a live stream. There is a nice feature where people who are viewing the stream can send their questions.
@fly_it depends on time (available), purpose and audience.
I made really good experience with sozi https://sozi.baierouge.fr/pages/tutorial-first.html
@fly_it also using draw.io to present workflows or processes in a non formal way (within the Team for example)
@fly_it I write in AsciiDoc and convert to slidy html
There are similar workflows with MarkDown ( and likely more options ), but I prefer AsciiDoc
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