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GitPitch Pro Images activates enhanced image support for slideshow presentation authors.


Leverage SVG Images for Pixel Perfect Rendering

GitPitch Pro supports rendering SVG images directly from public and private Git repositories. These images can now be used either as inline images or as background images for presentation slides.

The exciting promise of SVG images within slideshow presentations is pixel-perfect image rendering at any resolution.

As a GitPitch Pro presentation author you can use SVG images in exactly the same way you currently use jpg, png, and gif images. No additional steps required.


Slide-Specific Background Image Opacity Controls

GitPitch Pro supports background image opacity controls that can be activated for individual background images used by specific slides.

To activate an opacity control for a slide-specific background image, identified by an image slide delimiter, you must specify an opacity query parameter for the image url on the delimiter.

For example, to specify 75% transparency for a slide-specific background image you would use the following syntax in your PITCHME.md file:

---?image=assets/image/architecture.jpg&opacity=75

The opacity query parameter used on this delimter must take a value that appears within the following series of permissible values: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30,…,90, 95, 100. Each value represents a percentage of full image transparency at 100%.

See the Image Features Background Opacity documentation for related details.


Global Background Image Opacity Controls

GitPitch Pro supports background image opacity controls that can be applied globally across all background images used within a presentation.

To activate a global opacity control for the default background image your presentation you can use the background-opacity property within your PITCHME.yaml file:

background : assets/image/bg.jpg
background-opacity : 50

In this sample configuration, a 50% transparency layer is activated for the default background image on every slide.

The background-opacity property must take a value that appears within the following series of permissible values: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30,…, 90, 95, 100. Each value represents a percentage of full image transparency at 100%.

See the Slideshow Background Settings documentation for related details.