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  1. I'll zip them and post a link - they are still good but you have to download them in rtf forma (rich text format)... Best regards, Lin P.S. Have doctor's appointment this morning so will get this done sometime later today... Later: tutorials.zip
  2. So sorry to hear this Mary, my deepest condolences. Wonderful memories though....
  3. Cześć Zibi, Przed zastosowaniem stylu musisz wybrać trzy obrazy. Brakujący obraz pojawi się jako pierwszy obraz. Trzeci wybrany obraz będzie ostatnim obrazem, który powróci do książki po przedstawieniu. Możesz przenieść ten trzeci obraz na koniec pokazu po zastosowaniu stylu i dodaniu dodatkowych obrazów i innych stylów do głównej części pokazu. Z poważaniem, Lin Hi Zibi, You need to select three images before applying the syle. The missing image will appear as the first image. The third image selected will be the last image which returns to the book after the show. You can move this third image to the end of your show after applying the style and adding additional images and other styles for the main body of the show. Best regards, Lin
  4. Hi Zibi, If you will screen capture a picture of where you want to inset a background photo and post it here, I'll try to answer your question.. Best regards, Lin
  5. Hi Doris, Assuming you are using PTE AV Studio 10 Pro, just save your work as a style then select and apply that style to any photos you want to do the same thing with. Best regards, Lin
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    No problems at all Ted,,, Lin
  7. Not much sense in looking further Gary, that's about all there is. Perhaps some day the keyframes might appear on a timeline view and enjoy the same ability to spread things out, but right now you have to use the numbers if they are too close to deal with otherwise. Best regards, Lin
  8. Gary, you can't "spread keyframes out" but if in Objects and Animations you hold the CTRL key down and click on the objects, or hold the shift key and click on the first and last object (video) the keyframes will appear on different levels so you can easily control the specific video clip you are dealing with. Best regards, Lin
  9. Hi Ronnie, No, it was made with an earlier version of PTE - no tutorial. Just a a quick adjustment of the text with pan z and y rotate and zoom as I remember... Just to demonstrate to the OP that yes, PTE can easily be used to create the Starwars "effect," Best regards, Lin
  10. Hi Dom, One thing that would be nice is if there were a user switch to change to orientation of the book from lying at an angle to full vertical so that there is no distortion of the image. I modified Jean Cyprien's style to do that because sometime we want to demonstrate the animations while other times we want to show the images in their best orientation. Best regards, Lin
  11. No, you can always stop an MP4 using the navigation bar, but the "wait for a key press" command is only good for executable code. Best regards, Lin
  12. This Little Demo Uses A Slightly Modified Jean Cyprien Book Style, A Dave Gould Text Style And One Of My Text Templates For Orbiting Text. All The Styles Will Work Equally Well With Either PTE AV Studio 10 or PTE 9. Just For Fun Folks... Lin
  13. Hi Dom, For some reason, Vimeo seems to play high resolution video better than YouTube... You might want to try it there.. Best regards, Lin
  14. Hi Mike, I'll have to defer to Igor - not sure on this... Best regards, Lin
  15. Hi Mike, Neither PTE AV Studio 10 nor PTE AV Studio 10 Pro create Mac executables. Since the full Mac version beta is expected to be released this summer this feature was discontinued in the Windows version. To do that you need version 9. As Igor explained " If you upgrade to PTE AV Studio 10 Pro now, you can use the same license key for PTE 9.0.22 to create executable shows for Mac with a digital signature (up to macOS 10.14 Mojave)." MP4 do not allow manual output, only executable code can do that. Best regards, Lin
  16. https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/open-a-mac-app-from-an-unidentified-developer-mh40616/mac Lin
  17. No.. One of the features some are hoping for in the next PTE version is to be able to output a file to a folder whether PNG, JPG or TIFF... Lin
  18. Route generator works VERY well for this purpose and you can add any number of PNG "vehicles" such as motorcycles, boats, airplanes, trucks, cars, train, etc. It's really a well thought out little program. I used to do it all in PTE, but Route Generator is very, very easy to use and as Gary said, "it's free." Best regards, Lin
  19. Looks great Dom! It's good to stretch your thinking sometimes! Best regards, Lin
  20. Hi Paul, Yes, I'm very familiar with Producer - I have used both Proshow, Proshow Gold and Proshow Producer since they have been available. I was a beta tester for the original Proshow software before it was even released (before Gold and Producer were developed). There are many, many effects in these samples which simply could not be done with Producer because it didn't have 3d transforms or hierarchical capabilities. Some of the things which might "look" like they were done with video were not done with video at all. As an example the rotating, zooming icosahedron with 3620 tiny video screens simultaneously playing over 100 different videos on all 3620 individual video screens all built with PTE. Another example, the 3 dimensional wedding book in my wedding style. Another, the text circling Jupiter - or the puzzle pieces something not done with video and not possible with Producer. I found things which are exceedingly easy to do with PTE which were very difficult with Producer such as simply changing the "center" of rotation which is an easy drag and drop with PTE but required way too much time and effort with Producer. Producer had some very nice features which are not implemented in PTE, but for animation - in my experience - there really is no comparison. Best regards, Lin
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