Welcome to AirDeck, a platform that allows you to create, distribute, and track narrated presentations. “Be there” and narrate any presentation or document anytime, anywhere. We want to make it as easy as possible to get set up in the platform. That’s why we created a step-by-step outline to help you start your first AirDeck presentation.
6 easy steps to get set up in no time:
1. Upload your presentation
The first step is to upload your presentation in the AirDeck cloud. A PDF format tends to look the best.
Once you upload it, it’ll be stored securely in the AirDeck cloud. Here you can sort through and edit all of your different presentations. Not sure how to change a presentation into a PDF? Read the guide on our blog here.
2. Record or upload your audio
The next step is to add in your audio. You can simply record on the AirDeck platform or choose to upload a clip from your computer. For more information about how to make your audio sound professional, check out our blog here.
We want to make it easy for you to get started sending out your polished presentations, so we’re happy to provide professional voice-over actors for you to hire. Check out more information on our services page.
3. Record or upload video
Add in any supplementary video. This is perfect for creating an on-demand webinar or simply include a more personal touch. Record right in our studio, or upload a premade clip and insert it anywhere in your presentation.
4. Add in a survey
Use our survey builder to easily create different types of surveys for your viewers. Our survey builder is perfect for gathering important information and feedback from your audience.
5. Send it out!
Share your presentation seamlessly. Share on social media, through email, direct link, or embed a player on your website. For more information on sharing your presentations, click here.
6. Start tracking your leads in real time
Once it’s out there, keep track of viewer analytics with real time updates and access our reporting tool to get important insights. You can read here how analytics can help you improve your presentations.
It’s as simple as that!