Download a Presentation

  1. Log in to Hudl​.com, hov­er over Video and select Library. 

  2. Check the cir­cle next to the playlist you’d like to down­load, then click Modify.

  3. Select Download from the drop-down.

  4. Choose Presentation as the file type and click Download.

  5. When you receive the email, click the blue link to begin the download.

  6. Find the down­loaded zipped file in the computer’s Downloads fold­er. Right-click the file and select Extract and Extract All.

    The extract­ed fold­er will con­tain the Start” fold­er and the z” fold­er. If you want to move the pre­sen­ta­tion to an exter­nal dri­ve, you’ll need to move the par­ent fold­er that con­tains both of these. 

  7. Once extract­ed, open the fold­er labeled Start”, fol­lowed by the name of the pre­sen­ta­tion. This is where your pre­sen­ta­tion is stored.

    The Start” and z” fold­ers must remain togeth­er to suc­cess­ful­ly use your down­loaded presentation.

  8. The .html file is your pre­sen­ta­tion. Double-click to view.

    Your pre­sen­ta­tion will open in an brows­er win­dow, but you don’t need an inter­net con­nec­tion to view it.

  1. Log in to Hudl​.com, hov­er over Video and select Library.

  2. Check the cir­cle next to the playlist you’d like to down­load, then click Modify.

  3. Select Download from the drop-down.

  4. Choose Presentation as the file type and click Download.

  5. When you receive the email, click the blue link to begin the download.

  6. Find the down­loaded zipped file in the computer’s Downloads fold­er. Double-click the fold­er to extract all files.

    The extract­ed fold­er will con­tain the Start” fold­er and the z” fold­er. If you want to move the pre­sen­ta­tion to an exter­nal dri­ve, you’ll need to move the par­ent fold­er that con­tains both of these. 

  7. Once extract­ed, open the fold­er labeled Start”, fol­lowed by the name of the pre­sen­ta­tion. The .html file with­in is your pre­sen­ta­tion. Double-click to view.

    Your pre­sen­ta­tion will open in an brows­er win­dow, but you don’t need an inter­net con­nec­tion to view it.