Presentation with Free Software (was: Re: url for m3mirror)
On Oct 02 2002, christophe barbé wrote:
> Also I plan to do a presentation with my new TiBook. So if you have
> tips on how to achieve this goal...
I think that you can use LaTeX, generating a pdf file and then
playing the pdf for your audience with xpdf. Using LaTeX is
the best approach if your subject is Math-oriented and you
need a good amount of formulas.
I described the procedure I used for my Master's Qualification
at <http://www.ime.usp.br/~rbrito/latex/>, but it is in
Portuguese (my native language). I see that you are French.
Perhaps you could guess what I say there, taking the command
lines as cue points. :-)
You can see my presentation at
<http://www.ime.usp.br/~rbrito/docs/apres.pdf> as an example
of the result. The sources of the presentation are here:
Unfortunately, I don't know if xpdf can currently take care of
transitions (i.e., pauses in your document).
In the worst possible situation, you could use your pdf inside
MacOS with Acrobat Reader (which is able to do the transitions
> Will I be able to do it without xinerama ?
Hope this helps, Roger...
Rogério Brito - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.ime.usp.br/~rbrito
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