PresenterMedia Review – 3D and Animated Templates

This my own personal review of Presentermedia, a design team who for a flat fee, will give you PowerPoint, 3D and Animated graphics and even videos to use in Business and Personal PowerPoint presentations.
Name: Presentermedia
Price: $39.95 for one months access or $59.95 for annual access
Owners: : Eclipse Digital Imaging Inc.
Overall Rank:  95 out of 100
Presentermedia Product OverviewPresentermedia
PresenterMedia are group of designers and animators who have worked together for the past 15 years. They are both the artists and the owners of the company who have provided their services and creations to us the end user since 2009.
They are a huge PowerPoint and presentation resource centre and they have all you will ever need, to create stunning PowerPoint presentations. They have thousands of 3D animations, Clipart, PowerPoint templates and even Videos. You just take their template and add your own text and even logos.
Your created templates can be used in presentations, websites, email, brochures, advertisements, posters, business cards, signs, electronic documents and printed documents.
What’s Good and What’s Not
The Good:
  • Huge choice of PowerPoint Templates
  • 3D Animations and clipart to bring life to your presentations
  • Video backgrounds to bring even more life to presentations
  • Unlimited downloads
  • Downloaded work be used after your subscription has finished.
  • New items regularly added
  •  30 day Money back guarantee
  • No automatic renewal of fees
  • Speak directly with the artist if you have a template question.
  • More than 30 tutorials to choose from if you get stuck
  • Works on all PowerPoint versions 2003 – 2013
  • Affordable.
  • Offers a 50% reduction on any renewal fees
The Bad:
  • There is almost too much choice
  • No temporary cart for a your created artwork
  • Expensive if you only have one presentation to do
  • No free trial but their site does offer a good look around their templates before you decide to buy.
Who is Presentermedia For?
Excellent for those who have limited PowerPoint skills or limited creativity. Can be used for presentations in all sectors. Can also be used for social media campaigns and for website graphics. Being royalty free means you get to keep your designs and use wherever and when you want.
Presentermedia Tools & Training
If required,they have over 30 tutorials covering a host of topics to help you customise their templates to make them your own. The tutorials mainly come in the form of a video tutorial which I found easy to understand and follow.
Presentermedia: Support
You have unlimited access to the artists or creators of any of the templates you may have questions about, for the duration of your subscription.
Presentermedia: Price
Below is their current pricing structure. For a year, or two year subscription, this is really good value as you have full access to all their resources which once downloaded can be used again and again. All graphics are royalty free so no hidden,added costs and can be used time and time again wherever you want and for whatever you want.
Presentermedia price
My Final Opinion of Presentermedia
Excellent resource for PowerPoint presentations and more.  A bit expensive if you only have one isolated presentation to do but definitely worth the $39.95 for the month if you want to learn more about PowerPoint in general too. I definitely found a shortcut or two which I had missed in my normal PowerPoint use.
Presentermedia at a Glance
Name: Presentermedia
Owners: Eclipse Digital Imaging, Inc.
Price: $39.95 for one months access or $59.95 for annual access
Overall Rank: 95 out of 100
I hope you have found this review useful. If you have any questions or queries just leave a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as I can
With Grace and Gratitude


  1. Paul


    Hi Karen,
    I have just started a new teaching career and already I am struggling with content and such for my classes. I’m an old school teacher and generally plan my own classes and like to toss the the textbooks out, so to speak.However, this option means a heavy and time-consuming burden which I am becoming very tired of. From what I can see nearly all the teachers at my Uni are using powerpoint presentations. However, I am not very computer savvy but very creative.Should I do a computer course prior to considering the presenter media?
    Look forward to hearing back from you

    1. Karen


      Hi Paul and thanks for reading. I understand your difficulty. As a corporate trainer, getting my training courses together was tiresome at times. I don’t think you would need to do a computer course before using PresenterMedia as they do have a host of tutorials from basic to advanced in using PowerPoint. They will walk you through adding the templates to whichever version of PowerPoint you have. They have more step by step tutorials than any computer course would ever give you. PresenterMedia want you to use their templates so go the extra mile in teaching you how. You can see all of these in tutorials at the bottom of their main page before deciding for yourself. You can go and look by clicking here. PresenterMedia

      I hope this is helpful


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