Deckset
Deckset
2.0.12

4.9

Deckset free download for Mac

Deckset

2.0.12
26 September 2019

Simple presentation creator.

Overview

Deckset is a new, simple way to create presentations. Open your favorite text editor, write down your thoughts, and Deckset will turn them into beautiful presentations. Focus on your ideas, not on designing slides.

Deckset comes with ten amazing-looking themes that are designed to work for any audience, whether it's a business meeting or a tech conference.

Features
  • 10 themes for every occasion, ranging from playful to serious
  • Automatic layout and advanced typographic features
  • Present code samples with syntax highlighting and "scale to fit"
  • Easily include images and videos
  • Stunning image filters
  • Speaker notes and rehearsal mode
  • Everything's Markdown: edit your presentation using your favorite text editor
  • Floating preview window
  • Easily change aspect ratio to suit any projector
  • Export to PDF
  • Formula support as in-app purchase

What's new in Deckset

Version 2.0.12:

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

Fixes:
  • Stability issues on macOS 10.15 Catalina
  • Further stability improvements
  • Tables now correctly handle links (in both presentation and exported slides)
  • Hidden video/audio files no longer affect slide layout when placed in background
  • Incorrect bottom footnote padding in Titillium theme
  • Autoplay videos wouldn’t always start autoplaying
  • Broken AppleScript error messaging (Deckset didn’t report any issues even if some happened)

5 Deckset Reviews

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curlypaws
09 March 2017

Most helpful

Love the latest update which adds tables. This has become a very powerful presentation tool and the fact that you can control it all via Markdown is really neat. The selection of themes is really good and I really appreciate the colour options. It makes a very good alternative to something like Keynote or PowerPoint.
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Version 1.7.0
curlypaws
09 March 2017
Love the latest update which adds tables. This has become a very powerful presentation tool and the fact that you can control it all via Markdown is really neat. The selection of themes is really good and I really appreciate the colour options. It makes a very good alternative to something like Keynote or PowerPoint.
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Version 1.7.0
ysgad
27 May 2015
I am not changing my mind on my review (5 stars), after using it for the first time at a conference this weekend. It delivered. Just a wish list: 1. Full support for MultiMarkdown or 2. At least support for tables. Right now I take snap shots of tables I created or create in Keynote or elsewhere and insert as figures. Not horrible, but a full MMD integration would take care of that added step, or just give more options.
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Version 1.5.0
1 answer(s)
Simon3
Simon3
27 May 2015
It would be nice if ByWord or MultiMarkdown Composer could open the files and recognize the syntax for pics and videos. Now we can only see ![left](image 1 Hebb.jpg)
The problem here is that if exported to PDF or HTML, this is not recognized as standard syntax to incorporate images or videos.
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Hkim
08 May 2015
I downloaded a trial version and this software is really very nice for presentations. It is flexible, easy to work in, has a simple GUI and is much better than using propriatary software like Prezi that requires one to buy into their subscription scheme or loose your presentations. I would really like to see: more support for embedded video & recordings a button for for quick toggling between a single slide view and the overall thumbnail view
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Version 1.5.0
Ptc
27 April 2015
I really like Deckset. I've been using it regularly since May 2014 when it was first released and since then I have used it to prepare 29 technical presentations, the latest just this morning. I find it helps me focus on content and less on formatting. I *enjoy* preparing presentations with Deckset. I still revert to Keynote for the very few presentations when I absolutely must have complete control over formatting - for example, if I need to annotate figures or plots, or squish several figures together, etc. etc. (I have also sometimes done this sort of thing in Keynote, exported the result as PDF, and then used that inside Deckset.) Like the previous reviewer, it has made me revisit my approach to designing presentations, and the fact that one can simply switch between its impressive themes at any point makes it easy to test which fulfils the purpose of the presentation best. (I tend to favor simple themes with either a white or black background - they tend to work best for technical presentations.) My one significant quibble - that I sometimes just absolutely need to reduce a font size to fit something on one slide - has been removed in the current release, which allows autoscaling of slide content to make it fit. A really nice program.
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Version 1.5.0
ysgad
26 April 2015
This is an amazing piece of software for people that are into plain text and markdown and value content over formatting chaos. Yet, Deckset has helped me re-think how to design slides. The templates are gorgeous and the flexibility of the app is actually quite surprising, especially with the latest update.
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Version 1.5.0
$29.00

4.9

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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