GitPitch Pro Bonus activates a number of bonus features for presentation authors.
Remember to check back here periodically as new bonus features may be added over time.
GitPitch Pro users can take full advantage of The Template to quickstart any slideshow presentation.
The Template is a collection of flexible slide designs available out-of-the-box to GitPitch presentation authors. Developed using markdown. And shipped with powerful, built-in CSS style rules that you can easily customize to meet your presentation needs.
Remember, as a GitPitch Pro user you can enhance the slide designs demonstrated in The Template by making use of the full set of Pro Image Features.
By default, the font used to render text on your slides is determined by the font-family style rule set by the fixed theme active for your presentation.
Pro Fonts deliver new and beautiful typographic options for GitPitch Pro users. And thanks to a little bit of GitPitch magic, Pro Fonts work flawlessly whether you are sharing your slideshow content online or presenting offline.
Click on the above image to take a live, interactive tour of Pro Fonts in your browser.
For detailed Pro Fonts documentation including sample markdown and CSS, see the Pro Fonts guide.
GitPitch Pro users can add emojis to any slide. Emojis let you inject a rich visual representation of an easily identified object, thought, or feeling alongside text on any slide. When used judiciously, emojis can help to enrich tone, add clarity, and even humor to a slideshow presentation.
For detailed emoji documentation including sample markdown, see the Markdown Pro Widgets guide.
GitPitch Pro user can stream MP4 and WebM video content directly from the local repository when presenting offline using GitPitch Desktop.
Simply add your MP4 and WebM video content to the Git repository for your presentation and then use relative paths to the video files on standard video delimiter syntax.
This feature is perfect for live presentations when you need to deliver course or training materials that includes video content and you do not want to fall victim to the demo gods.
For further details about offline video streaming, see the Rich Media Features guide.
By default, every GitPitch slideshow presentation displays a slideshow menu in the bottom-left corner of each slide. This menu gives both you and your audience access to additional features including offline support, printing to PDF, and navigation by table-of-contents.
However, there are times when you want your audience to focus exclusively on your online presentation content. Without the potential distraction of the slideshow menu. For these occasions, you can activate the pro-menus-hidden property within your PITCHME.yaml file:
pro-menus-hidden : true
When this property is enabled, the slideshow menu will not be displayed when your presentation is rendered.
As a presentation author you can control the visibility of the slideshow menu for your presentations by enabling or disabling the pro-menus-hidden property at any time.
By default, GitPitch slideshow presentations render using a fixed HTML title, GitPitch Markdown Presentation. However, there are often times when you will want to set a custom title for your presentations to avail of the following benefits:
You can activate a custom HTML title for any presentation using the title property within your PITCHME.yaml file:
title : "Markdown Magic - Web Summit Keynote 2019"
As a GitPitch Pro user you can take advantage of the title setting to activate a custom title for your presentations.
As a presentation author you want to maximize the results when you or anyone else shares a link to your slide deck on services like Twitter, Slack, or LinkedIn.
By default, links to GitPitch slideshows are rendered as a Twitter Card or Open Graph card using default text and images, as follows:
As a Pro user, you can customize the content of these social media cards when displayed on a wide range of services. For details, see the Twitter Card Settings Guide.