PowerPoint comes with some basic transitions to provide some extra interest and movement as you move from one slide to the next slide in your presentation. But the standard PowerPoint transition effects are overused because everyone has the same transitions. So viewers are really tired of the usual fly in from right, or fade in transition effects because they see them in every presentation. The normal, out-of-the-box PowerPoint transitions between slides have become boring and everyday. To combat this “transition fatigue” problem, we have created a free PowerPoint template with 50 slides containing a variety of advanced PowerPoint transitions you can download.
These advanced PowerPoint transitions are basically professionally designed PowerPoint slides with shapes and animations that you can use to get more powerful, playful transitions. These slides feature bold colors, unusual shapes and large sweeping movements that are rare in regular presentations.
View the video below to see some samples of how the advanced PowerPoint transition slides look.
You often see this type of animation at major television stations. The TV station will show 12 secs of a soap, then a 20 seconds promotion for a talk show, and finally a trailer of a movie. In between they use quick animations to separate the items. This is exactly what we want to achieve with these advanced PowerPoint transition slides.
These slides add a professional touch to your presentations to help you stand out from your competition and to avoid “Death by PowerPoint.” You can insert your chosen animation slides in any of your presentations and reuse the slides as many times as you want in the presentations.
Download our Advanced PowerPoint Transitions Now
Download our free presentation with 50 advanced PowerPoint transitions in various schemes and colors. Looking for additional PowerPoint design help or have suggestions for new templates you would like to see? Contact us and we would be happy to help.
Those proposed animations are not Section 508 compliant and when presenting to an audience of government employees, the presentation must meet federal guidelines for accessibility. Flashing and twirling colors will wreck havoc upon those who have disabilities.
Dear Zhamie, thanks for pointing that out. We just offer these animations and you as a potential user must make sure that the animations and slides match the local regulations or recommendations of your country or state. Don’t use them when they do not comply or 100% match the regulations. Thanks for this note!
I want transitions that I can apply to my slides, not slides that have nothing to do with my content!!!
Sorry but these can only be placed in between 2 slides (as additional slides). It will be hard to add extra transitions next to the standard ones that Microsoft supplies.
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I have downloaded but how to add these transition effects to my office. Kindly help
This can be done by going to your own PowerPoint and clicking the “Insert” tab.
Then click “Reuse Slides” on the left and click “Choose Slides” on the PowerPoint Template by PresentationPoint.
Choose the slide and animation you want to use and click “Insert Slide”.
Do you know if PowerPoint has a slide transition like Pop-A-Wheelie?
It would look like the slide did just that and would bring us into the next slide?
Hi Russ, sorry no idea or experience with this. Is something very specific… Hope you can find what you need.
I am really grateful for this one and I really love those circular transitions within the list. I can’t wait to present it to my classmates! Thank you, @PresentationPoint :*
Good to see some different transitions in between slides. Glad you like it!
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These are great and will make a huge impact on my work this year. Thanks!
Thanks for these nice words!
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Awesome bruh!.I am extremely suprised with this ppt.Pls make more awesome slides like this
Great to read Delvin!
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Hi am a new one to this i tried it was nice dear admin , thanks !!
Great to read!
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Are there any suggestions of how to smoothly transition from my image to one your transitions?
Well I have an idea. You could fill the shapes that we use in the transition, and fill it with parts of your image (shape fill with picture). So the effect is that you see your image in full, and then the other shapes are moving and breaking your picture apart. See what I mean?
I’ve tried one transition and it works well. Thank you. A couple of things I’ve found:
* the next slide is best without its own transition, and
* I created a pastel slide template to add a background to the transition I tried. Better than on a white background.
I appreciate your help.
I’m a retired IT professional who teaches other retired people for free so I’m not a business opportunity.
Thanks John for your comments and suggestions. Appreciated!