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  1. It is another impressive piece of work from you Paul. Many thanks. Personally, I like to see backgrounds that are plainer, and not too “busy”, so that they do not distract and take the eye away from the main images, but that is just my preference. Regards wideangle
  2. Some great effects, Paul. Thank you. Regards wideangle
  3. Some interesting and different ideas! Many, many thanks for sharing. Regards wideangle
  4. Hi Jon To transfer a project from your old laptop to your new PC, do the following: Open the project on your laptop. Go to File->Create Backup in Zip. Make a copy of this zipped file on a USB stick and put it on your new PC. Unzip the file. You should see the Project file and all the associated picture files. Repeat the process for any other projects you wish to transfer. Regards wideangle
  5. Dave Yes, the same thing happens with me on 10.0.13 Build 5 Regards wideangle
  6. Hi Bob On your last point, go to Settings->Preferences->Project and tick the box which says "Load last saved project on Startup" Regards wideangle
  7. Malcolm Look in the General Discussion section of the forum. There you will see the thread which shows that 10.0.13 is the latest version. Just download and install it over the top of your current version. This thread also shows you ‘What’s New’ in each change. Regards wideangle
  8. Hi Brian That was an entertaining sequence to watch.....an enjoyable potted (see what I did there!) history of a season in the garden. Enjoy the fruits of your labours. (Oops, I did it again!) Well done to you and your daughter. Regards wideangle
  9. You could put an entry in the section ‘Suggestions for next versions’. Regards wideangle
  10. Hi 1. After you have applied the Star Wars style to one of your slides, go into Objects and Animation. 2. In the bottom right hand corner you will see all the objects, and any with a white letter T denote a text object., whose contents you can change to your own liking. 3. Click on one of the text objects to highlight it. 4. Now look under the Properties tab to see what that text is. 5. Delete that text and replace it with your own. Regards wideangle
  11. Hi Aleina Yes, I use that method from time to time as well, because it is much quicker than making the changes from within PT AV's template. However, the problem with it is that if you want to have your second set of photos in a fixed order, you have to take care and spend time making sure that this particular photo is named 23.jpg, and that particular photo is named 37.jpg etc etc. Alternatively you would have to spend time dragging slides around in the slide view to achieve the correct order. Regards wideangle
  12. Hi Ian I am sure that everyone has their own preferred approach to a workflow, which they are comfortable with. My preferred approach is to use the Backup in Zip method, which I would argue is much simpler and quicker than making use of templates. This is my approach. I start a new project and insert components from wherever they may be stored on my computer (which could be from many different folders.) I then do a Backup in Zip, which automatically collects together a copy of everything I've used, into one zipped file. Why spend lots of time setting up a dedicated fold
  13. Hi Ian The template method and the Create Backup in Zip method both do the job for you. One slight advantage of the latter, if relevant, is that it gives you a quick way of transferring a project, say between a desktop and a laptop. Regards wideangle
  14. Canico If I’m not mistaken I think that generating the yellow arrows that you refer to in Barry’s video, is done by a tool that is part of the software which he uses for making those recordings. (Apologies if this is not correct) Regards wideangle
  15. Jenny Also take a look in the thread called Text Object, where Barry Beckham has just posted a video about keyframes. Regards wideangle
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