overview of how to use adobe connect to share content - PPT, PDF, MP4, FLV, etc.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Presenter Overview
Adobe Connect has several powerful options
for sharing content within a meeting.
Presenter Orientation updated 2/7/15
When you have presenter status, you should see the
following in the middle of the Share pod.
Click Share My Screen, then click Share Document.
Sharing a Presentation
You can share several file types including:
• PPT, PPTX
• PNG, JPEG
• MP3, MP4
• FLV, F4V
A window pops up to import the file.
You may choose an existing file,
Select Browse My Computer
to find a new file.
Sharing a Presentation (cont.)
Then, locate the file and click Open.
The upload should take a minute or so.
To navigate through the slides, use the arrow keys on the lower left.
Click the icon to the right of the arrows to show or hide the outline,
which includes slide titles, notes, and a search function.
On the lower right, click Sync to allow you to preview slides without
showing them to others (by default everyone sees the same
slides as the presenter).
On the upper right, click Draw to enable drawing tools,
which will then appear to the left.
You can also enable a green pointer arrow, full screen mode,
several menu options, or Stop Sharing.
Displaying a presentation
Next / PrevPresentation Outline
The Outline appears on the right.
Click a slide title to display it.
Title all slides in your PowerPoint
or their title will simply be labelled
Notes in your PowerPoint
will upload and can be optionally
shared with classmates.
Also you can Search for text
through the document.
You can show the navigation to
everyone in the room if desired.
Actual Slide Content
is here on left side
If navigation is not working, exit the room and re-enter.
• PPT/PPTX files can include graphics, text, animations, sounds, notes, etc.
• wipes/transitions between slides do NOT work, however
• Uploading the same file name twice results in duplicate filenames,
which can be very confusing – check Recently Uploaded first.
• Name files with useful and unique names (not “ClassProject” for example)
• Upload slides before class if possible (or email to professor).
Professor may run slides or ask you to do so.
• Good bandwidth (green bar in far upper right of screen)
will prevent delays and glitches.
• If you are having technical problems, fill out the support form
using the link within your course.
Tips for Slides