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stonemason

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About stonemason

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  • Birthday 04/09/1946

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    Wildlife and Nature in all its forms. Photography and Audio visual

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  1. Many thanks Igor works really well, you and the team have done a great job with version 10.5. Regards Geoff
  2. Congratulations to Igor and the team on PTE AV Studio 10.5 My question is if a slideshow is output as a Mac version from windows PTE AV Studio 10.5, is it possible to play that mac output on a windows PC for checking purposes with a player similar to the Mac one. Thanks Geoff
  3. Thanks for the info, so am I correct in assuming that motion blur has no benefit for slideshows that contain just still images and no video content that are output to MP4? Thanks Geoff
  4. When should or shouldn't motion blur be used when outputting to MP4 files?
  5. Hi sanpier you will certainly not regret choosing PTE AV Studio Pro. Igor and the team at Wnsoft have created the best AV software on the market and you'll find the help and support given by them to PTE users is second to none
  6. Hi Lowell welcome to the forum have a look here, there's more than enough to get you started. Geoff https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=barry+beckham+pictures+to+exe
  7. I've been following numerous threads about the creation of 4K mp4 video, and it caused me to think about image size. I tend to make my slideshows from 2880 x 1800 images (16:10) because using 16:10 aspect ratio allows me to use more of the image area from my 3:2 aspect ratio camera images, (I'm happy to live with the black bands on either side of the slideshow on the average 16:9 equipment) My question is are people making their slideshows using 3840 x 2160 (4K standard) sized images, and what impact does that have on exe slideshows, or making slideshows from 1920 x 1080 images and allowing th
  8. Hi Barry, I appreciate what you're saying about adding multiple styles to themes, my observation was after downloading a bunch of styles from your web site or from links here, initially they can only be imported into PTE singly rather than being able to import as a batch. Although this only has to be done once, it's a bit tedious if there are a number to import. Geoff
  9. Is it possible to import several styles or themes at once? It would appear only to be possible to import them one at a time which is tedious if you have several to import. Geoff
  10. Many thanks DG I've sorted it now thanks to your help, appreciate your time. Geoff
  11. I want to create a theme very similar to the Wedding theme that comes with version 10, but with the image name appearing in each individual image as it appears against the background. I've had several attempts at achieving this with no success. Can anyone either point me to a tutorial that may exist, or give me some guidance as to how this can be achieved. Many thanks Geoff
  12. Thanks Igor, congratulations to you and the team, great upgrade. Regards Geoff
  13. Thanks for the advice much appreciated Geoff
  14. When converting existing shows to version 10 after opening the existing .PTE file is it necessary to "save as" to over write the version 9 .pte file in the new version 10 format or are all the improvements in version 10 performance included by simply going to publish show in .exe format without doing a "save as" on the .PTE file? Geoff
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