Lin Evans

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Hi again folks,

When I go to the link I'm taken to the first of three pages.

1st page = Enter email adsress and name

2nd page = Membership options 1,2&3 years. This displays Visa, Mastercard & American Express options

3rd page = Submit, asking to enter credit card details

I didn't see on any page an option to just download the program.

In anycase I'm taking Lin's recomendation about the program and googled up a site where I was able to download the program

If the program is as good as you say Lin, I thank you for the tip. Windows media player is such a pain when it won't play things because of missing codec's

Thanks all and a belated Happy New Year

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Mario

using

www.videolan.org/

and selecting the download button i did not have to fill anything

download came down with no problem once i selected type to download

ken

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Hi Mario,

This media player, like any other will not play a video if the codec is missing - no media player can do that. You will still need to have the correct codec. Many codecs are included, but should the author of the AVI or MPEG file use codecs not supported you will still have to find and install them if you want to play the file.

There are other reasons why I prefer this one to Windows Media player including size of code, compatibility and flexiblility, ease of use, no "nanny" nagging, etc.

Best regards,

Lin

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Hello Lin,

I am brand new to PTE (still in the wrapper) and have followed your tutorials on PZR. They are brilliant. Your presentation and demonstration makes them incredibly easy to follow and, above all, they work. On first useage, a P and Z combination, I incorrectly remembered your process for inserting Keypoints on the time line and ended up cloning each one from the other. In setup, I separated all the points following which I chose smooth and when I returned to setup they were all glued as one. As far as I can make out everything appears to work OK in preview but it so different from your instructions that I am wondering if it is as reliable a method of performing this operation. I suppose the only way is to burn a DVD and find out.

I must say, though, it does make the process very quick!

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I suspect the reason for some confusion concerns what the setup indicators say. When you first look at them pay no attention to the wording but look at the bracket. The default is for them to be "glued" but the wording says "separate here" which is perfectly logical but anti-intuitive. When you click on each of the points which says "separate here" they change to "glue here" Glue here means they are actually separated.

So when you do everthing in linear then go to the keypoints (I recommend choosing the second one) then click on the default "separate here" on each keypoint between the first and last for pan, zoom and rotate respectively, the process separates all keypoints between the first and last at one time.

It may seem counter-intuitive but when you think about what is actually happening it makes sense. I hope this explanation isn't too confusing.

You don't need to burn a DVD to test, just make an executable and see what happens with it. The DVD should work in exactly the same way with the exception of the "viewable" portion where the horizontal ends of each file "may" be cut off depending on the difference in aspect ratio between your monitor and your television. When you are actually making your slideshow if DVD will be the final destination be sure to go to the Project Options, Screen Tab then choose the aspect ration corresponding to your DVD screen display then click on the Tools tab at the bottom of the Objects and Animations screen and choose "Show TV Safe Zone" and keep the areas of the slide you actually want to see within that blue boundary.

Best regards,

Lin

Hello Lin,

I am brand new to PTE (still in the wrapper) and have followed your tutorials on PZR. They are brilliant. Your presentation and demonstration makes them incredibly easy to follow and, above all, they work. On first useage, a P and Z combination, I incorrectly remembered your process for inserting Keypoints on the time line and ended up cloning each one from the other. In setup, I separated all the points following which I chose smooth and when I returned to setup they were all glued as one. As far as I can make out everything appears to work OK in preview but it so different from your instructions that I am wondering if it is as reliable a method of performing this operation. I suppose the only way is to burn a DVD and find out.

I must say, though, it does make the process very quick!

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Hi Lin

What a great idea. The only problem out here in the sticks is that my download speed is so slow (even though I pay for 8megs) that your videos take for ever to come through. Any chance they could be zipped?

Mike

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R MOUSE AND DO A SAVE AS AND YOU WILL GET THE ZIP

btw zips are both +- 40 mb each

ken

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Thanks very much for your excellent series, extremely useful for beginners.

I have one question

1. I am using Windows Media Player and I have an option to pause the playback, but I cannot stepback a few frames to replay a comment that I have missed, the rewind arrow is greyed out. I have to replay the whole tutorial. Is there a way round this.

Your advice would be appreciated

Arthur

I realize this is a bit late, but with Windows Media Player, you can back up if you pause the player then click on the slider. When you do that you get a button which you can slide backward and forward. Why they disable the fast forward and backward buttons I have no idea.

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Excellent tutorials, I am looking forward to working through them. I am relatively new to PTE and these are most helpful.

Thank you for sharing your expertise. :rolleyes:

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My gratitude and compliments to Lin for helping me understand the pan/zoom/rotation (pzr) functions in PTE. I've used PTE for 8 years, but have avoided the pzr functions. I don't read manuals, and I tried to use intuition to figure out the pzr features, without success.

I tried Lin's videos on pzr functions, and discovered it was very easy, once you understand the insertion of transition points.....almost embarrassingly easy. I did successfully finish my project. The pzr feature adds another dimension to the slide show.

And, thanks to Igor for the many intuitive features coded into the pzr functions. The right and left clicking always seems to bring up what I'm looking for.

So again, thanks Lin for taking the time to produce such a valuable resource for us PTE users. I owe you one. I'm your neighbor to the north, in the "Fort". Maybe sometime on a trip to Denver I can buy you a round.

Cheers,

Jim

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Thank you, THANK YOU....for putting these together.

I've been struggling with animation all day and made next to no progress.

Just started watching this one and I was able to see some animation.

It's nice to know I can go to bed with another mystery cleared up!

Isabel

P.S. Not sure I inserted the link properly, but you know what I mean!

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Well...obviously I DIDN'T insert the link properly...It's the video on panzoomrotate:

http://www.lin-evans...nzoomrotate.avi (about 64 meg)

Thanks!

Isabel

Thank you, THANK YOU....for putting these together.

I've been struggling with animation all day and made next to no progress.

Just started watching this one and I was able to see some animation.

It's nice to know I can go to bed with another mystery cleared up!

Isabel

P.S. Not sure I inserted the link properly, but you know what I mean!

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For us non-smarties, are any of these tutorials available in PDF and, if so, where?

Nix Wadden

Hi Folks,

I've decided to create a series of AVI tutorials which I call "PTE for Smarties". A very popular series of books for computer users called variously "Windows for Dummies", etc. were written to help beginners learn to use Windows and other software.

Well, I don't think there are any "dummies" using PTE. The fact that you have chosen PTE already demonstrates your intelligence so I elected to call this series of beginning and intermediate tutorials "PTE for Smarties" !!

I've created the first few of a continuing series on the elements of Pan, Zoom and Rotate. After all, the primary reason users want to use version 5 of PTE is for the Ken Burns effects of pan, zoom and rotate and this first AVI will jump-start your understanding. It's not intended to be a thorough and complete guide to PZR because later installments will get into esoteric uses of these functions, but this will get the beginner started and the continuing series will eventually make a PTE "expert" out of the beginner.

I chose the AVI format rather than Flash or more compressed modes because it's compatible with nearly every PC without the need to load additional software or drivers. I will continue to add links to this post as time goes on. Necessarily AVI files are larger but hopefully will be worth your time.

A note of caution for all who create PNG objects and expect their slideshows to be shown on computers which "MAY" have different resolution from the one you created the slideshow on. NEVER use "original size" for your objects unless your entire slideshow uses "original" size. In other words "DO NOT MIX" original and fit to slide objects in the same slideshow.

Yes, it's "much" easier to properly position your png overlays when you are creating your slideshow and use the "original size" for your objects, BUT when the slideshow is played on computers with different screen resolutions these objects will "not" fit properly and not properly overlay the original portion of the screen which it is designed to mask. So, remember to never mix "original" and "fit to slide" or "cover slide" in your objects. Keep them consistent.

Note: if for any reason you can't see the video it could be that your system doesn't have the necessary video codec. I used Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec V2. If you don't have this one you can download it from here thanks to Ken Cox

http://www.divx-dige...mpeg4codec.html

If this doesn't work for you I suggest using the Freeware VLC Media Player which should solve any problems. Here's the link for it:

http://www.download....4-10267151.html

Index to Tutorials

1. PZR for Smarties:

2. Intermediate Rotate:

3. Esoteric (advanced) Rotate:

4. Uber Rotation Possibilities:

5. Basics of Non-Linear Motion.

6. Basics of Superzoom

7. Basics of Hyperlink

8. Basic Map Route Creation

9. Button Normal, Hover, Pressed

10. Xara Xtreme 4 Photo Frame Extrusion and Reflection

11. Sound and PTE (2 AVI Tutorials)

12. Waterfall Simulation Tutorial with PNG file to simulate falling water

13. PDF Masking Tutorial

14. Creating the Panos Watch with PTE Animation

15. Basic Text Tutorial

16. 3D Transform Demo and Tutorial

17. 3D "Z" Position Demo and Tutorial

18. 3D Cube Creation and Rotation

19. Christmas Snow Cube Tutorial with Template

20. PhotoScape Crop Tool Tutorial

21. Photoscape Splitter and Combine Tool Tutorial

22. Animate any image with snow in under 60 seconds!

This index will be continually updated as new AVI tutorials are added.

Most tutorials are followed with downloadable examples.

1. PZR for Smarties:

http://www.lin-evans...nzoomrotate.avi (about 64 meg)

2. Intermediate Rotate:

http://www.lin-evans...ancedrotate.avi (about 38 meg)

3. Esoteric (advanced) Rotate:

http://www.lin-evans...ricrotation.avi (about 37 meg)

Demo of esoteric rotation:

http://www.lin-evans.../pte/dothis.zip (about 8 meg)

4. Uber Rotation Possibilities:

http://www.lin-evans.../uberrotate.avi (about 38 meg)

Demo of Uber Rotate with Helicopter

http://www.lin-evans.../helicopter.zip (about 8 meg)

Note: the above is an older AVI I made in response to Jean Pierre's (JPD) suggestion on how to rotate a helicopter rotor blade horizontally for a simulation which one of our forum members was creating. JPD explained it but being a French native speaker some were not completely clear so I created a brief tutorial to show his method which works very well. When you see the AVI remember that the rectangles will be made invisible via the 100% control of opacity. In the demo animation I created you can see how this works in practice.

5. Basics of Non-Linear Motion (how to set non-linear motion - about 44 meg)

http://www.lin-evans...t/nonlinear.avi

Demo of Non-Linear Motion (less than 1 meg zipped executable) Note: press ESC to end show...

http://www.lin-evans...mart/motion.zip

6. Basics of Superzoom (how to effect smooth continuing zoom between images - about 60 meg)

http://www.lin-evans...t/superzoom.avi

Demo of Superzoom technique (about 37 meg zipped executable)

This demo shows a zoom from about 28mm to 2000mm focal length using multiple frames with multiple lenses. Notice the original "prowler" size image inserted inside the "O" of the word Prowler at the end.

http://www.lin-evans...art/prowler.zip

7. Basics of Hyperlink (about 74 meg)

This tutorial shows you how to first create and save a small PNG file consisting of a red rectangle with a transparent center using PixBuilder or Photoshop, etc., then how to use it in a PTE show to hyperlink to different detail images from each place the rectangle is placed, The demo zipped executable following shows the completed PTE file.

http://www.lin-evans...t/hyperlink.avi

Demo of Hyperlink: (about 6 meg)

http://www.lin-evans...mart/detail.zip

8. Basic Map Route Creation (about 69 meg)

http://www.lin-evans...t/routedemo.avi

Example file: (about 8 meg)

http://www.lin-evans...e/cimarron2.zip

9. Link Below to Buttons Tutorial

Buttons: Normal - Hover - Pressed

Link Below to Zipped AVI for download:

Click here to download zipped avi (about 10 meg)

10. Link Below to Xara Xtreme 4 3D Frame Template and AVI Tutorial

Template Link Click Here

Xara Reflection Frame Template Use Demo AVI

11. Links Below to Sound Tutorials (about 45 Download Each)

Sound AVI Tutorial Link One

Sound AVI Tutorial Link Two

12. Link Below to Waterfall Animation Tutorial (about 69 meg)

Also contains PNG file you can use to simulate falling water....

Link to Waterfall Simulation Tutorial - Click Here

13. Link to Mask Tutorial PDF (this will be updated when I better understand all areas of masking)

http://www.learntoma...asktutorial.zip

14. Links to Watch Tutorials and Files which will allow the PTE user to Animate the Panos Photoshop Watch

http://www.lin-evans...noswatchavi.zip (AVI Tutorial)

http://www.lin-evans.../panoswatch.zip (PTE Template)

http://www.lin-evans...tchtutorial.zip (PDF Tutorial)

http://www.lin-evans...panoswatch4.zip (example of different watch faces and

ways to use in PTE)

15. Basic Text Tutorial:

http://www.learntoma...exttutorial.zip

16. 3D Transform Demo and Tutorial:

http://www.learntoma...3Dtrandform.zip

17. 3D "Z" Position Demo and Tutorial

http://www.learntoma...3dzposition.zip

18. 3D Cube Creation and Rotation

http://www.learntoma...ubecreation.zip

3D Tutorial PTE File

http://www.learntoma...rialptefile.zip

19. 3D Christmas Snow Cube AVI Tutorial and Template

http://www.learntoma...avitutorial.zip

http://www.learntoma...ptetemplate.zip

20. Photoscape Crop Tool Tutorial

PhotoScape Crop tool tutorial link

21. Photoscape Splitter and Combine Tool Tutorial

Photoscape Splitter & Combine Tool Tutorial Link

22. Animate Any Image With Snow In 60 Seconds or Less Tutorial:

Link to Snow Animation Tutorial

Lin

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NIX

THE PTE HELP FILE ADDRESSES HAS BEEN IN MY SIGNATURE FOR QUITE A FEW YEARS

KEN

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For us non-smarties, are any of these tutorials available in PDF and, if so, where?

Nix Wadden

Nix:

You ask about PDF's of Lin's tutorials, I know you are used to getting Ed's and Mine at the Photo Club, but I find Lin's "movies" quite helpful and better that our PDFs.

They run in Windows Media Player, I watch them all the way through then I open PTE and re-run Lin's show, pausing it while I go to PTE and try to replicate what he just showed. I go back and forth between the two while working through his demo.

You can always drag the control point on the avi back a little to watch something again if you are having trouble understanding something.

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I'd like to post a very belated THANK YOU LIN for these tutorials. I'm preparing an "intermediate O&A tricks in PTE" demo for our club's AV Group in March, and I've found several of these tutorials inspirational in clearing some of the fog out of my own head regarding some of the tricks. I'll be pointing everyone in the group to this forum thread and recommending they have a close look at several of the tutorials and examples(notably, and initially, numbers 1, 5, 6, 8 and 13).

This is a wonderful resource for all of us, Lin. Great service to the community; thanks so much. :D

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Lin, the link for your "Basic Map Route Creation" tutorial (tut #8) seems to be broken.

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Hi Dom,

Thanks for noting this - actually, all the links are wrong now. My Domain name expired and my host didn't notify me. The Domain went into Redemption and the host wants more money to renew it than I can afford so I purchased a different domain name for the site. After about three weeks I can repurchase the domain and everything will then work as normal "unless" someone buys it before I can renew it.

lin-evans.net no longer will work but lin-evans.org is up and running and pointing to the same website. This means I must change all my links from lin-evans.net to lin-evans.org. I will try to do this for all my PTE Made Easy files but it will take a little while since the entire link is not visible on the PTE site. I must copy and paste the link location in the address line then make the changes, copy it again and paste it in the edited line. It will take a while I'm afraid.

Best regards,

Lin

All Fixed Now - I hope!

Lin, the link for your "Basic Map Route Creation" tutorial (tut #8) seems to be broken.

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Hi Folks,

I've decided to create a series of AVI tutorials which I call "PTE for Smarties". A very popular series of books for computer users called variously "Windows for Dummies", etc. were written to help beginners learn to use Windows and other software.

Well, I don't think there are any "dummies" using PTE. The fact that you have chosen PTE already demonstrates your intelligence so I elected to call this series of beginning and intermediate tutorials "PTE for Smarties" !!

I've created the first few of a continuing series on the elements of Pan, Zoom and Rotate. After all, the primary reason users want to use version 5 of PTE is for the Ken Burns effects of pan, zoom and rotate and this first AVI will jump-start your understanding. It's not intended to be a thorough and complete guide to PZR because later installments will get into esoteric uses of these functions, but this will get the beginner started and the continuing series will eventually make a PTE "expert" out of the beginner.

I chose the AVI format rather than Flash or more compressed modes because it's compatible with nearly every PC without the need to load additional software or drivers. I will continue to add links to this post as time goes on. Necessarily AVI files are larger but hopefully will be worth your time.

A note of caution for all who create PNG objects and expect their slideshows to be shown on computers which "MAY" have different resolution from the one you created the slideshow on. NEVER use "original size" for your objects unless your entire slideshow uses "original" size. In other words "DO NOT MIX" original and fit to slide objects in the same slideshow.

Yes, it's "much" easier to properly position your png overlays when you are creating your slideshow and use the "original size" for your objects, BUT when the slideshow is played on computers with different screen resolutions these objects will "not" fit properly and not properly overlay the original portion of the screen which it is designed to mask. So, remember to never mix "original" and "fit to slide" or "cover slide" in your objects. Keep them consistent.

Note: if for any reason you can't see the video it could be that your system doesn't have the necessary video codec. I used Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec V2. If you don't have this one you can download it from here thanks to Ken Cox

http://www.divx-dige...mpeg4codec.html

If this doesn't work for you I suggest using the Freeware VLC Media Player which should solve any problems. Here's the link for it:

http://www.download....4-10267151.html

Index to Tutorials

1. PZR for Smarties:

2. Intermediate Rotate:

3. Esoteric (advanced) Rotate:

4. Uber Rotation Possibilities:

5. Basics of Non-Linear Motion.

6. Basics of Superzoom

7. Basics of Hyperlink

8. Basic Map Route Creation

9. Button Normal, Hover, Pressed

10. Xara Xtreme 4 Photo Frame Extrusion and Reflection

11. Sound and PTE (2 AVI Tutorials)

12. Waterfall Simulation Tutorial with PNG file to simulate falling water

13. PDF Masking Tutorial

14. Creating the Panos Watch with PTE Animation

15. Basic Text Tutorial

16. 3D Transform Demo and Tutorial

17. 3D "Z" Position Demo and Tutorial

18. 3D Cube Creation and Rotation

19. Christmas Snow Cube Tutorial with Template

20. PhotoScape Crop Tool Tutorial

21. Photoscape Splitter and Combine Tool Tutorial

22. Animate any image with snow in under 60 seconds!

23. Snow Build Up Over Time Tutorials and Components

24. New Animation Feature in 6.5

This index will be continually updated as new AVI tutorials are added.

Most tutorials are followed with downloadable examples.

1. PZR for Smarties:

Pan/Zoom/Rotate Link (about 64 meg)

2. Intermediate Rotate:

Intermediate Rotate Link (about 38 meg)

3. Esoteric (advanced) Rotate:

Esoteric Rotate Link (about 37 meg)

Demo of esoteric rotation:

Demo Esoteric Rotation Link (about 8 meg)

4. Uber Rotation Possibilities:

Uber Rotation Possibilities Link (about 38 meg)

Demo of Uber Rotate with Helicopter

Demo Uber Rotate Link (about 8 meg)

Note: the above is an older AVI I made in response to Jean Pierre's (JPD) suggestion on how to rotate a helicopter rotor blade horizontally for a simulation which one of our forum members was creating. JPD explained it but being a French native speaker some were not completely clear so I created a brief tutorial to show his method which works very well. When you see the AVI remember that the rectangles will be made invisible via the 100% control of opacity. In the demo animation I created you can see how this works in practice.

5. Basics of Non-Linear Motion (how to set non-linear motion - about 44 meg)

Basics of Non-Linear Motion Link

Demo of Non-Linear Motion (less than 1 meg zipped executable) Note: press ESC to end show...

Demo of Non-Linear Motion Link

6. Basics of Superzoom (how to effect smooth continuing zoom between images - about 60 meg)

Basics of Superzoom Link

Demo of Superzoom technique (about 37 meg zipped executable)

This demo shows a zoom from about 28mm to 2000mm focal length using multiple frames with multiple lenses. Notice the original "prowler" size image inserted inside the "O" of the word Prowler at the end.

Demo of Superzoom Link

7. Basics of Hyperlink (about 74 meg)

This tutorial shows you how to first create and save a small PNG file consisting of a red rectangle with a transparent center using PixBuilder or Photoshop, etc., then how to use it in a PTE show to hyperlink to different detail images from eacMy linkh place the rectangle is placed, The demo zipped executable following shows the completed PTE file.

Basics of Hyperlink Link

Demo of Hyperlink: (about 6 meg)

Demo of Hyperlink Link

8. Basic Map Route Creation (about 69 meg)

Basic Map Route Creation Link

Example file: (about 8 meg)

Example of Map Route Creation Link

9. Link Below to Buttons Tutorial

Buttons: Normal - Hover - Pressed

Link Below to Zipped AVI for download:

Click Here to Download (about 10 meg)

10. Link Below to Xara Xtreme 4 3D Frame Template and AVI Tutorial

Template Link Click Here

Xara Reflection Frame Template Use Demo AVI

11. Links Below to Sound Tutorials (about 45 Download Each)

Sound AVI Tutorial Link One

Sound AVI Tutorial Link Two

12. Link Below to Waterfall Animation Tutorial (about 69 meg)

Also contains PNG file you can use to simulate falling water....

Link to Waterfall Simulation Tutorial - Click Here

13. Link to Mask Tutorial PDF (this will be updated when I better understand all areas of masking)

http://www.learntoma...asktutorial.zip

14. Links to Watch Tutorials and Files which will allow the PTE user to Animate the Panos Photoshop Watch

Link (AVI Tutorial)

Link (PTE Template)

Link (PDF Tutorial)

Link (example of different watch faces and ways to use in PTE)

15. Basic Text Tutorial:

http://www.learntoma...exttutorial.zip

16. 3D Transform Demo and Tutorial:

http://www.learntoma...3Dtrandform.zip

17. 3D "Z" Position Demo and Tutorial

http://www.learntoma...3dzposition.zip

18. 3D Cube Creation and Rotation

http://www.learntoma...ubecreation.zip

3D Tutorial PTE File

http://www.learntoma...rialptefile.zip

19. 3D Christmas Snow Cube AVI Tutorial and Template

http://www.learntoma...avitutorial.zip

http://www.learntoma...ptetemplate.zip

20. Photoscape Crop Tool Tutorial

PhotoScape Crop tool tutorial link

21. Photoscape Splitter and Combine Tool Tutorial

Photoscape Splitter & Combine Tool Tutorial Link

22. Animate Any Image With Snow In 60 Seconds or Less Tutorial:

Link to Snow Animation Tutorial

23. Snow Buildup Over Time Tutorials - Suggested for Intermediate/Advanced Users of Photoshop:

Link to Part One of Two (about 110 meg download)

Link to Part Two of Two (about 90 meg download)

Link to Snowglobe Components For Snow Buildup

24. New Animation Feature In 6.5

Link to AVI Tutorial on New Animation Feature in 6.5 (about 17 meg)

Lin

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Hi Lin

New user of the form.

Downloaded your Tutorial #11 (Sound 1 & 2), but there is only sound content, no video.

Did I do something wrong, or is it just a picture free .avi file.

I use version 6 and can't get enough of it. I want to add music to specific slides and groups of slides.

Thanks for any help

Roy Evans

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Hi Roy,

It seems you may have run up against a fairly common issue where a codec used in one of my video's is missing from your system.

The easiest way to be sure you can play all the videos is to use a player which provides most common codecs. The one I recommend is free and available here:

http://www.kantaris.org/

Just download it and install it and you should be able to see as well as hear all of my AVI tutorials.

Best regards,

Lin

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Animate Any Image With Snow In 60 Seconds or Less Tutorial:

Really great turorials, I have really enjoyed them.

How can one obtain the templates?

Sincerely ,

George Holloway

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Hi George,

Sorry, I should have posted a link but my original domain name was lost and in the process of changing the links I mistakenly omitted the link to the template.

I have since simplified the template by replacing the images with a single image, removing the keyframes and setting the time to 60 seconds. Now you can click on the link (22. a) and simply follow the same instructions for copy/paste of the mask container and set your own slide for 60 seconds and probably everything will work correctly. You "may" have to adjust the size of the mask container but it's set for a full screen default and will work as is in most cases.

Best regards,

Lin

Animate Any Image With Snow In 60 Seconds or Less Tutorial:

Really great turorials, I have really enjoyed them.

How can one obtain the templates?

Sincerely ,

George Holloway

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Hi Lin,

I must be blind but I cannot find templates at you domain http://www.learntomakeslideshows.net.

Will you kindly point me in the right direction.

Regards,

George Holloway

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