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  1. Yes, it is primarily a portable gaming PC. The low resolution besides cost is probably to keep higher FPS and less power/heat. It does have usb-c for an optional docking station with hdmi or displayport output. I think the ideal solution would be to port the PTE AV Player to iOS/Android so no code translation required and to keep file sizes smaller than MP4 slideshows. I will be interested to see if the AMD APU running Linux/Proton translation can play .pteav slideshows without performance issues. Thanks, Tom
  2. There are also two options for running Windows over the internet (cloud PC). Windows 365 will be available August 2nd. I think the price starts at USD $31/month for Windows 365. It can be used in a web browser and a native app. So it might be possible to run PTE AV Studio on your iPad/Android tablet or Linux/ChromeOS. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-365 https://aws.amazon.com/windows/ Tom
  3. https://www.steamdeck.com/en/ I have many Steam games, but rarely play because I spend most of the day time on my tablet. I have preordered one of these devices that is supposed to ship in December 2021. The hardware is 16 GB Ram, 4 core/8 thread Ryzen APU, 8 RDNA 2 CU, 256 GB SSD. The operating system is SteamOS (linux) with Proton Windows API (Codeweaver) emulation. I'm hoping to install PTE AV Studio or at least the PTE Player so I can watch .pteav slideshows. The hardware is open so you can install native Windows on the device (not sure about TPM2 support for Win11). If there are too many negative reviews about compatibility or performance I can cancel the order. Tom
  4. That is really cool. Thanks, Tom
  5. I have been testing Windows 11 for almost 2 weeks and using the existing version of PTE AV Studio Pro 10.5.2 without any problems. Your computer will have to meet certain requirements to run Windows 11 including TPM 2 and Secure Boot. Almost all Windows computers purchased in the last 2 years should (might?) be able to run Windows 11. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-11-specifications Tom
  6. I am trying to imagine such a presentation. Maybe you have many bird photos and each slide has a bird with the sound of the bird linked to the slide. You want the slide to loop with the bird sound while waiting for a keypress. At the same time you also have background audio that continues to play. In the timeline we can already trim audio and fade in/out? All we are missing is the async track option (continue to play during pause)? I am sure your case is more complicated than my example and more audio features always welcomed. Tom
  7. Very nice. He really has some great slideshows. I think the download files option are a great resource for PTE users. Thanks for sharing, Tom
  8. Hi, Welcome to the forum. Currently there is no WnSoft store for transitions, styles, or themes. I have purchased from https://diaporashop.com/en/ and had no problems. There is also TheDom's site https://thedom.gumroad.com/?sort=newest I would trust both of these sites and both have excellent styles and transitions. I have not visited Javier's website of transitions. Tom
  9. Welcome to the Forum, DVD resolution is limited to 720x480. What you need is additional software to convert the PTE HD Video MP4 file format into a Blu-Ray disc. Here is a list of software. I have never burned Blu-Ray discs. If I want to watch PTE videos on my HDTV it's easier and cheaper (no disc required) to either upload to YouTube and watch on my streaming Roku device or copy the videos to a USB flash drive and plug into the HDTV. https://www.videohelp.com/software/sections/authoring-bd-hd-dvd?orderby=Rating If the authoring software does not include the disc burning software then you might try imgburn. I have used that in the past when creating DVD discs. https://www.imgburn.com/ https://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/9512-how-to-write-a-blu-ray-video-disc-using-imgburn/ Tom
  10. The drama continues. It's just a name. https://www.theregister.com/2021/07/07/tenacity_maintainer_quits_4chan_harassment/ Tom
  11. Hi Igor, That is great news. I am sure there will be some very creative transitions. Thanks, Tom
  12. I'm glad there was a solution that worked with a small amount of work. There has been a suggestion in the past for a transition sound option. You might want to add your support for such a feature. Thanks, Tom
  13. In my example I just added an audio comment to each slide with the transition. Tom
  14. Hi Rosy, I'm not a heavy user of audacity but I like to keep my software updated. I have been testing another free audio editor. It's Ocenaudio (Win/Mac/Linux) and so far I really like the simple interface and export options. It also works great to extract audio from video files. Installed as a portable app during testing. There is a new fork of audacity that I will be monitoring. I think it's still too early to determine if this will be the one to replace the old audacity. So far no binary builds from this fork as far as I can tell. https://github.com/temporary-audacity/audacity#readme Tom
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