How to add 3D objects to PowerPoint presentation?
In this video, you will learn how to access and use PowerPoint 3D objects. It is an amazing feature that PowerPoint has provided for you to use and impress the audience even more.
As we had said before, the audience will get bored to see text on the screen all the time. So using images can help you prevent that. Now imagine what effect will it have on the audience if you use PowerPoint 3D objects.
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Microsoft announced a great new feature that allowed content creators to access rich visuals from its own 3D platform.
For making these 3D shapes and objects, just open a blank presentation by holding Ctrl and M on the illustration on the insert tab. Click on 3D models to open the dropdown menu. Select from online sources alternatively. You can select import your own artwork by choosing from the file.
Choose a category or search for the item in the search bar at the top. Imagine you’re going to deliver a speech about astronauts. So search for this purpose. You can see so many assumptions related to astronauts here, such as astronauts, planet, spaceship, shuttle and whatever you may need to use that and insert it may take a little time depends on your internet speed. As it inserts, edit the size, orientation, or position it by clicking on the object and moving or dragging the handles.
Then you insert a 3D model into your PowerPoint. You’ll get a new tab on the ribbon on their 3D model tools called format. On the Format tab, there are some handy controls to help you customize your 3D images are going to look.
A 3D model view gallery gives you a collection of preset views that you can use on your image; for example, you can quickly select the Head On View or the top-down view.
Pan and zoom give you control of how your 3D image fits within the frame. Click the pan and zoom button use the zone arrow on the right side of the frame to make the object appear larger or smaller within the frame.
Once you have your 3D images inserted, you can do all kind of exciting things with them such as using PowerPoint morph: transition to make the object appear to rotate or spin.
On the animation tab in the ribbon, you can even set a time or speed for your applied animation or even other slides of movement that’s how you can make 3D objects and picture in your slides.
hope you enjoy this lesson and use PowerPoint 3D object to be more professional in creating slides.