How often have you listened to the project presentation that was boring, was accompanied by noise in the room and that was hard to concentrate on? Although many presentations are interesting by their contents, presenters make errors and cannot control the audience. Some presentations lack the visual component, which makes them hard to focus on. A good presentation should contain some introduction, the main part, and the conclusion. Once you’ve mapped out what you want to say, you will need some visual material – it can be a PowerPoint version, a whiteboard, or a flip-chart depending on the situation. Graphics help a lot. Some listeners perceive the information in a more effective way when it’s visual rather than just oral. All the photos accompanying it should be optimized – be saved in the same image format and the appropriate image size so that the slides open quickly. ImageConverter Plus lets you work with both vector and raster images, which will help with diagrams or charts. Depending on how much of the text your presentation contains, we will let you choose the image format that allows saving both text and graphics and prevent it from any amendments. ImageConverter Plus provides support for the largest number of the existing image formats. Some of these formats are intended for professional photography only, some are more appropriate for portability, and some combine the most useful features of these two.