There are two ways to add sources to your presentation:

1. As a new dedicated slide in your existing presentation

2. As an overlay you can add within a slide in your presentation

Adding a webcam to your presentation

Adding a webcam to your presentation is a great way to interact with your participants, especially those who aren’t in the same room as you.

As a new slide:

Go to Add Slide > Camera > [Your Camera].

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to +Overlay Element > Camera > [Your Camera].

Once added, you can remove the webcam background by selecting Remove Background and get a circular webcam by selecting Circle Mask.

Adding Media files (images/videos) to your presentation

Media files such as Images and Videos can make your presentation more interesting and engaging.

As a new slide:

Go to Add Slide > Video File or Image File

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to + Overlay Elements and select Video File or Image File.

XSplit Presenter accepts a variety of file formats (such as .PNG, .JPG, .GIF, .WEBP, .GIF, .TIFF, .MP4, .FLV, .WEBM, .MP3, etc.)

Adding web pages to your presentation

Web Pages can be added to your presentation.

As a new slide:

Go to + Add Slide > Webpage

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to + Overlay Element > Webpage.

XSplit Presenter allows you to control the elements in the website from within the app.

Adding your own display monitor to your presentation

Use screen capture if you want to show real-time activity from your display monitor to your audience. There are three ways for you to do this:

Smart Selection

As a new slide:

Go to Add Slide > My Screen > Smart Selection.

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to + Overlay Element > My Screen > Smart Selection.

Hovering around the screen will automatically place a box around the part of the desktop or window over the cursor. Left-click once you have selected the right window to capture.

Monitor Capture

As a new slide:

Go to Add Slide > My Screen > Monitor Capture > Monitor X.

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to + Overlay Element > My Screen > Monitor Capture > Monitor X.

Select the Monitor you wish to include in your presentation. Once selected, everything that happens visually in the monitor you have selected will

Window Capture

As a new slide:

Go to Add Slide > My Screen > Monitor Capture > Monitor X.

As an overlay within your existing slide:

Go to + Overlay Element > My Screen > Window capture

Select from your list of currently open windows. XSplit Presenter will display this specific window on the preview.

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