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Tutorials

Explain Everything for iOS
What is Explain Everything

The basic features of Explain Everything

Basic design tools (on iPad)

In this tutorial you’ll get to know what you can do with the draw tool, the shape tool, and the text tool on the iPad version of Explain Everything.

Basic design tools (on iPhone)

In this tutorial you’ll get to know what you can do with the draw tool, the shape tool, and the text tool on the iPhone version of Explain Everything.

Inserting objects (on iPad)

In this tutorial you’ll get to know how you can insert documents, pictures, and videos to your presentation on the iPad version of Explain Everything.

Inserting objects (on iPhone)

In this tutorial you’ll get to know how you can insert documents, pictures, and videos to your presentation on the iPad version of Explain Everything.

Advanced design tools (on iPad)

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to utilize EE's infinite canvas with the Zoom and Pan tool, control objects on the stage with the Inspector, work with the Undo and Delete tools, and call attention using a variety of Laser Pointers on the iPad version of Explain Everything.

Advanced design tools (on iPhone)

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to utilize EE's infinite canvas with the Zoom and Pan tool, control objects on the stage with the Inspector, work with the Undo and Delete tools, and call attention using a variety of Laser Pointers on the iPhone version of Explain Everything.

Mirroring the screen using AirPlay

How to mirror the iPad screen with Explain Everything using Air Play

Using a stylus in Explain Everything

Explain Everything supports the Adonit Jot and Pogo Connect styluses, with more to come.

In-app help and guides

Explain Everything features more than one way to guide you through the app. There’s the help file, a dedicated iBook showing all the functions of the app and pop up windows that show up whenever you access a new function for the first time.

Managing slides

You can add slides and modify their order. You can also change the template for all slides in the Slide Sorter menu. It’s also possible to duplicate a slide or change the template of a single slide.

Compress projects using the Mac OS X EE Compressor

This tutorial illustrates how screencasts, created on your iPad, can be converted to movie files on a Mac computer with EE Compressor.

Recording a screencast containing video

The inspector tool allows you to join objects into groups (to move them together), set them as background, copy & paste or change their hierarchy.

Arranging and grouping objects

TThe inspector tool allows you to join objects into groups (to move them together), set them as background, copy & paste or change their hierarchy.

Deleting and merging projects

This tutorial shows how two projects can be merged together – and how to delete a project.

Recording a website

This tutorial shows how to use browser within Explain Everything. You can manipulate, annotate pages withint your browser in order to explain anything concerning webpage content.

Using the timeline

Each activity performed during the recording of a screencast will be displayed in the timeline. The markers in the timeline are there to help you see the objects, animations and drawings in your recording.

Please note: Some of the tutorials presented above have been recorded on older versions of Explain Everything. Interface design might differ but the functionality is the same.