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  1. Barry This is an excellent collection of new videos that you have created, which will be very helpful to many, especially newcomers to PTE AV Studio. Many thanks. Where to next? Add Splitters or buttons or other lesser known features? Regards wideangle
  2. Ronnie That's good. We all need to give those old grey cells plenty of exercise! Regards wideangle
  3. Hi Ronnie As Lin says, it looks as though your approach is to create a folder together with subfolders in Windows File Explorer. This has nothing to do with PT AV Studio at this stage, but is purely a Windows operation. Once you have created those folders, you no doubt put the audio files that you want to use in 'Audio files', your jpeg images that you want to use in 'Jpeg images for Show' etc etc. It is after that when you open and use PT AV Studio. From within that program you access those folders and start to use the jpegs and audio files. It sounds confused when you say that 'it doesn't seem to work in this latest version'. PT AV Studio doesn't create these folders for you. Regards wideangle
  4. Thanks Igor. It’s been a problem for a long time. Regards wideangle
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    Terry When you choose the option to Publish Show and then opt to make a DVD, the Video Builder program starts to run. If you then select Project Options before you burn the DVD, you are able to set the TV System. It was probably set to PAL, which is the UK setting. It needs to be set to NTSC for the US. Regards wideangle
  6. Plays correctly for me too. Regards wideangle
  7. Isabel Even easier: Go to the timeline view, then notice the little white L shape control in the top right-hand corner of the waveform. (see my screenshot) Just drag it to the left as far as you wish, to fade out the music. My general approach is to drag the right-hand end of the waveform to the left so that it terminates just before the end of the slide, as you can see in the screenshot, then use the fade out control. There is also a similar control at the start of the waveform so that you can fade in the music as well. Regards wideangle (Does this topic need moving to General Discussion?}
  8. Hi, Just to follow on from Gary, I've made lots of shows with still images and videos, and haven't had juddering. I have the NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB card. Regards wideangle
  9. Igor It’s good now, so what is it going to be like in the next 20 years! Regards wideangle
  10. I’m sure that Barry is right about video tutorials. Since you’ve only just installed PTE AV Studio, why don’t you focus on its new features, as this will help with your own learning curve? Regards wideangle
  11. Thanks for that, Igor. So far, I haven't been able to reproduce any problems. Regards wideangle
  12. Hi Judy Last November I added this comment to Suggestions for next versions: ”In view of the recent request for Drag and Drop within Objects and Animations, and my earlier request for that same feature to be included within Slide Styles, I would like to propose the following. I would like to request that Igor and team look over PTE generally, to see if there are any areas where they think Drag and Drop could be introduced to speed up activities, including those already identified. Any software package is better if things can be achieved in a quicker and shorter way, and Drag and Drop actions usually help significantly in this respect.” Yes, I agree with you. I think Drag and Drop would be a huge timesaver in this area as well. Favourites is also a good idea, but wouldn’t personally be at the top of my list of priorities at the moment. Regards wideangle
  13. Slide styles (and Themes) are becoming very popular and more and more useful. It's likely that users will eventually have a sizeable collection, so I would like to see the introduction of subfolders for Style categories in order to make their organisation more manageable. Regards wideangle
  14. Igor It's good to hear that you are planning to include this in a future version. Regards wideangle
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