HD PowerPoint and OpenOffice/LibreOffice Impress Royalty-Free Backgrounds

Below is a collection of HD quality background images that you can use in your PowerPoint/OpenOffice/LibreOffice Impress-based video productions. Scroll through the collection and choose the background that you would like to use. Then, simply right-click on the your image of choice and save the link to download the full 1920×1080 resolution graphic. If you need help adding these to your presentations then check out these tutorial videos.

My current favorite images are the blueprint style graphics at the bottom of the page.

Important Usage Rights Information

You have royalty-free rights to use these background images in any video production you create for yourself or others with the following limitations:

You MAY NOT distribute the source graphics files in any manner. If you want to share these images with others, please link to this page. The backgrounds MUST be incorporated in a video or presentation file (like PowerPoint) before distribution.

You MAY NOT use the backdrop images as part of a derivative work intended to be distributed as a template or backdrop image.

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Andrew Seltz

Andrew was born in Michigan, raised there and in Tennessee, and has since lived outside Orlando, in Chicago, New York City, and now Birmingham, Alabama. He produces videos and websites for a living and is married to a beautiful, generous, loving woman who also happens to be a talented actress and writer - www.ellenseltz.com. They have two daughters.

3 thoughts on “HD PowerPoint and OpenOffice/LibreOffice Impress Royalty-Free Backgrounds

  • May 21, 2016 at 8:57 am
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    HI Andrew,

    Thanks for the backdrop images! It seems that we have a few things in common. I also live in Birmingham (Greystone) and I’m originally from Michigan where most of my family still lives. I’ve been doing videos and websites for a few years. My current interest is higher consciousness http://www.partofgod.com and I’m working on a video edition of that book (Part of God). My wife and son are also actors and singers. Maybe you’d like to get together for coffee some time? All the best, Tom

  • February 14, 2018 at 10:37 pm
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    Hi Andrew,
    I have a question. As a student, I want to earn money from Youtube by teaching math. I really like your green board template and I would like to use it as the background. However, I am not sure whether or not I would get copyright issues if I “write” directly on it.

    Of course, I would link the image back to this website in the description box. Please give me some advice.

    Thank you,
    Bin

  • February 15, 2018 at 1:09 pm
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    Bin,

    You are free to use the background images in the type of teaching videos you describe. The only restriction concerns re-distributing the unaltered source files or re-packaging them into royalty-free image collections.

    Andrew

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