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Kim W

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  1. Kim W

    Template Creation

    When making a template with a default screen ratio of 16:9, how can it be made so that it is compatable with every screen ratio? (i.e. 4:3, 5:4, 15:9 etc.)
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    A new slide show for review

    To All, I posted the update to the show. It's Hogs2 at: http://www.mediafire.com/?cm1jjffd3yu Thanks again for your comments, Kim
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    A new slide show for review

    To All, Thanks for the suggestions and comments. They were very helpful. I changed the linear to smooth and used the blur on a couple of pictures, and it was a big improvement. I increased the time on the end and added Harley sounds at a few areas in the show. Unfortunately I didn't have any people/action shots that were good enough to add. Thanks again for your help. Kim
  4. Hi, I am new to the form and looking for suggestions. I have finished a new slide show and would appreciate any comments, suggestions, etc. This is the first time I have used Media Fire so I hope things work. If not let me know and I will look into it. I hope you enjoy the show, and thanks for taking time to review it. You can down load it from: http://www.mediafire.com/?2yng3yxbdyl Thanks again, Kim
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    Problem with DVD

    Thanks, I will give that a try. Kim
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    Problem with DVD

    I just purchased the upgrade and burned my 1st DVD. The problem is that I am getting the following message while the DVD is playing. "This video created with trial version of WnSoft video builder". When I installed the upgrade it indicated that it was succesfull. Anyone know what is going on? Thanks, Kim
  7. I made a slide show in which I used the snchronization to get everything perfect. I then made a CD that had an autostart so I could send them to my friends. The problem is that the synchonization on the CD is way off. I tried it on different computers and it doesn't seem to make a difference. When running the CD it appears that the program tries to run some pictures shorter or longer to make up time, and even skips music! This has resulted with the music ending 4 seconds too early! Am I doing something wrong that I am not aware of, as I am new to PIC to EXE?? If the CD drive is the problem (because when I played the file from the hard drive the show was sychronized) then copying the file to the drive may solve the problem (I haven't tried that). This is a problem for me because some of my friends are not very computer literate and I would like to send them a CD that they could put in and enjoy the show without doing file moving and storing. Does anyone have any suggestions?? KW