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  1. Nice transitions, and as Pascal says This new option will undoubtedly be an important source of creativity.
  2. Hi Tom, Very nice examples too ! Using the opacity is a good idea. Thanks.
  3. Thanks, Lin. To do it, perhaps I've used Igor's other way you mentionned. It's a lot more faster than the method #36. The beginning is the same. You put an image on the timeline, and open the O & A window. You put the same image as a child of the first image For this child you put a keyframe a little before the end of the view (to see the end before moving to the next view!) or at the end. For this keyframe, you decrease the dimensions of the image a little (Zoom to 90% for example) and you turn it a few degrees (5 or 6 to see). You make sure that this child is selected, You do Copy (CTRL C) and then, you do Paste (CTRL V) as many times as you want (by pressing V continously if you want !) It' finished, you can do "Play" !
  4. Very very good example, Lin, of what we can do with Marcel's method. I enclose here an example with twisted steeples (twisted voluntarily, or sometimes naturally), and flowers. Playing the exe file sometimes requires a "muscular" computer (not always very smooth), but it is of course perfect in video output mp4 There are 8 transition files - to try ! Effet__Escargot_May11-2019_19-34-38.zip
  5. Hi Pascal, A spectacular transition, perhaps difficult to use in a classic AV, but whose construction is very interesting, and which can give good ideas for the future ! Kind regards Jan-Cyprien
  6. Thank you, Dave, Pascal and Lin for your remarks. Yes, I hope this will give ideas for doing interesting things in the future. Best regards Jean-Cyprien
  7. Here you'll find the explanation Thanks to Paiche59, Davagee, denisb and Igor and his team, of course ! Manual.zip
  8. Hi, The styles that I propose are not transitions in the sense of PTE. They make it possible to obtain three slides, a slide with an initial image, a slide with a final image, and between the two, a slide making the transition between them. You must provide the initial and final images, AND an image that will be used to construct the transition, which may be a pattern, or an image that you have chosen. This image is very important, you will put in it all your imagination and creativity. Hence the choice of styles, not transitions, because I think it is more easy to change the slides for (and given by) a style than to modify a personal transition. I urge you to read the manual to better understand. As I’m talkative and I speak to beginners, it is a bit long ... But it’s not complicated. You will find here - some examples of what you can do, (the pictures are of poor quality, we had to make light), - the manual (a translation from a French version, thus duplicates with Paiche59’s explanations) - the style files (file to unzip, of course) To import these styles, you select an image from the Slide list (no matter which one), then you click "Slide Style", then "Tools", and you choose "Import Style". You choose a style (a file that ends with .ptestyle), then "Apply". To continue, click on "Tools" again ... The manual is in the following message Have fun ! Jean-Cyprien Examples and style files.zip
  9. Hi Pascal, Thanks Pascal for your tutorial and congratulation for the way you've used to obtain an image in grayscale. If you don't mind, I'll use it to propose here (and in the French forum Diapositif) several styles. Best regards Jean-Cyprien
  10. Hi Lin, I wanted to use Google Translator for Firefox, but it is written that it is no longer updated, and it is recommended to no longer use it. I downloaded the Chrome browser, which includes a translator, and after indicating English as a language, I had no problem with the Diapositif forum and its topics in English. As written previously, I put all your tutorial in this topic: http://diapositif.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=42084 Thanks again. Best regards, Jean-Cyprien
  11. Thank you, Lin, for this tutorial, and its translation in French. I've copied/pasted all the text in Diapositif forum, there : http://diapositif.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=42084 Could you explain what kind of problem you are experiencing ?
  12. Very well done Lin ! JPD must rejoice to see all those paintings from where he is now. Next time, the dog (wolf ?) will jump outside the frame to come for a caress !! Best regards Jean-Cyprien
  13. Thanks A LOT, Lin ! It's not easy during Chritsmas Time to find time enough to play with PTE ! But I'll try.
  14. Nice idea Tom, and very good work ! bravo, thanks !
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