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Ní gá leas a bhaint as PowerPoint agus as Word amháin i gcás postaer agus léirithe. Tá go leor uirlisí iontacha ar fáil ar líne a chuirfidh le cruthaitheacht do thionscadail má bhaineann tú leas astu. Pléifear roinnt de na huirlisí thíos.
Tá sé riachtanach go gcloítear le rialacháin maidir le cóipcheart nuair atá íomhánna á n-úsáid i léirithe agus ar phostaeir. Bain leas as Creative Commons chun teacht ar íomhánna atá saor in aisce nó atá ar fáil don phobal.
Is fiú go mór am a chaitheamh chun dul i dtaithí ar na huirlisí atá le sonrú ar an leathanach seo. Is fuirist iad a úsáid agus beidh go leor spraoi agat má bhaineann tú leasa astu.
Iarr ar bhaill foirne na Leabharlainne cabhrú leat má tá cabhair ag teastáil uait le haon ní.
PhotoFunia is a fun tool that you can use to create great images. The image banks are regularly updated and range from images into which you can put text or logos of your choice or images where you can insert pictures.
Infographics are a great way to convey data ian simple and easy to understand form. You can use them to convey a lot of information, advertise or highlight services or simply to create an interesting visual of information. There are lots of great tools online to help you create a good infographic.
You can create a free account with Canva and use their free layouts, designs and templates. Some graphics cost money but there are loads of free images and layouts to use.
Piktochart is another site that you can use to create a free account. There are some simple layouts on this that are easy to use and adapt to your need
Don't just rely on Google Images for cool visuals. And remember that not all Google images are copyright free. Here are some examples of image banks that have thousands of gorgeous photos and illustrations that you can explore and use.
Pixabay has thousands of free images for you to use. Be aware that the top row of image results are sponsored content to help the site's running costs. Below that the rest of the images are free.
Flickr is a photo sharing website with tons of great photos you can use. Be aware that not every image can be used, but if you search Flickr using Creative Commons you'll get loads of free images to use.
Quick can be downloaded from the Apple Store or Google Play. Use it to group photos together to make short videos. You can edit the photos in the app, add text, choose the duration of the image, add filters and much more.
Powtoon is like a video version of PowerPoint, and you can sign up for a free account. You can use it to create videos and presentations with lots of features that move, jump around and get bigger or smaller.
The video on our Library Information page in this Guide was made using Powtoon.
This software allows you to record a video of your computer screen, while you click on areas on the screen. The viewer will see your screen, and your cursor or mouse pointer move about, as you complete the task. You can record audio at the same time, explaining what you are doing, for further clarification, or add subtitles if you do not want to use audio. It's great for instructional videos. Just go to the site and start recording. Easy