A common frustration in creating presentations is finding, formatting, and sizing media so that it looks beautiful together on a slide. The process can be tedious and time-consuming.
However, Typeset will automatically adapt the design to the media that you add. This means less time spent fidgeting with sizing and alignments.
Adding Images to Your Slides Using the Magic Wand
Typeset has a clever way of helping you find beautiful imagery for your slides from stock libraries automatically, or using the image or picture keywords. This is perhaps the fastest way to bring up relevant images and insert them into your slide.
Simply type "image" or "picture" on a new line and hit Enter. This will bring up the image selector and populate the window with images related to the content on your slide. Select as many as you'd like.
Hint: You can get suggested image and layout combinations for your slide by opening the drawer below your slide (click the ? Magic Wand to the left of your slide in the editor).
Automatically Searching for Stock Images
To add images, type the image or picture keyword at the start of a new line and hit Enter.
Typeset will then analyze the words on your slide and automatically search for suitable imagery from a large catalog of public images you can safely use in your presentation.
You can also use your own keywords to search for pictures that match your content.
In the search results, select up to 10 pictures at a time.
Once selected and added, Typeset will automatically apply a suitable layout to accommodate all of them and offer some variations. If you'd like to swap where the images appear on the slide, simply drag and drop and Typeset will swap the places of the images.
Adding Your Own Images
There are several different ways to add your own images:
Drag and drop
Copy and paste
Paste in a URL
Use the Insert media button in the toolbar
Hint: You can start with stock images and replace them with your own at any time. Just click the replace button next to images and upload your own via the search view.
Drag and Drop
You can upload images by dragging them to the place you want in the editor.
Or drop them directly into the slide preview:
Hint: Drag a new image onto an existing one to replace it.
Drag in as many images as you want, and Typeset will adjust the layout to the best fit!
Typeset automatically places the images on the slide and tries to fit them appropriately. However, if you need to change how the image is displayed or cropped, then check out this article.
Drag and Drop Slide Creation
Quickly create new slides by dragging and dropping images into the preview. This is especially helpful for creating things like mood boards or quickly constructing a story arc.
Drag in one or more images and position them either between slides or on the outer edges.
When adding multiple images, before you drop, Typeset will display two grey icons. Drop the images on the top icon to create a single slide containing all the images. Drop on the bottom icon to create a new slide for each image.