Microsoft PowerPoint 3D Add-on Releases Latest Update

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3D PowerPoint users can now download the latest version of Presente3D which allows you to save standalone files of your presentation for later viewing and so much more!

Latest version of Presente3D with custom extrusion color

Latest version of Presente3D with custom extrusion color

"With the extensive feedback received from Presente3D users, the developers are happy to be able to actively add new features that further the 3D capabilities of Presente3D"

Presente3D, the stereoscopic 3D add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint, announced today that it released an updated version of its 3D presentation software. Now when you view a presentation, Presente3D will automatically generate a standalone file with a p3dp file extension. This file can be launched as a stand-alone presentation without the need to have PowerPoint installed on a machine. All settings defined in the Presente3D ribbon bar are retained in the standalone 3D PowerPoint file.

Presente3D is commonly used for creating advanced titling for 3D videos and presentations. In the latest release, Presente3D has added the ability for users to produce full HD (1920 x 1080) stereo pair images from any slide created so that it can be used in 3D video production.

"With the extensive feedback received from Presente3D users, the developers are happy to be able to actively add new features that further the 3D capabilities of Presente3D." -- Dmitry Shandyba, CTO, Presente3D

New features available in the latest version of Presente3D include:

  • Custom extrusion color overide added for using custom colors for extrusion properties
  • New reset camera button now allows you to jump to previously saved camera or default camera position
  • Support for binary export of a presentation
  • Ability to save Full HD resolution right eye and left eye images of a slide by using "Q" key on keyboard
  • Fix for some Office 2007 users not being able to export 3D presentation.
  • Fix for XP Ribbon Bar deployment issue
  • EULA added to installer

Users can start creating amazing 3D presentations right within Microsoft PowerPoint with Presente3D.

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