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Hello! You can build your prezi online then download the entire file. Just make sure to take note of what Katrin said-- to insert youtube videos as files rather than links. You can use keepvid.com if you don't want to install anything when downloading the videos.
An alternative would be to use the desktop app of prezi to make your presentation (they have a 30-day trial version for basic accounts).
Sorry for piggy-backing on this thread so late . . .
When you download an embedded version of the prezi is there special software needed? Or after you download you just click the file and it appears on screen?
I would think there needs to be software that drives the file/prezi.
The reason is that I would like to make my prezi at home, on my desktop, put onto a thumb drive, upload to my work laptop, and present.
What is the lowest version of Windows that works with prezi's?
Also, is there a certain amount of memory needed to run?
Thanks - sorry for all the questions . . . in the learning stage!
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The portable, stand-alone player does not have special requirements from the host computer. It brings the Flash player with it. As long as the computer isn't really old and you unpack the download .zip correctly, it should work fine. I can't says exactly which Windows version or how much RAM it needs to run fine. Please see https://prezi.com/learn/recommended-h... for more details.
If you are really worried it might not work, I recommend also taking a PDF copy, which you can obtain by printing the prezi.