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    Mark Allen
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  1. No, you can get the ordinary Exe for PC from the Publish menu, not the Publish button. No idea why it is not included in the Publish button.
  2. Yes, Dave this is true. However almost no one saves their sequence as a safe executable for the Internet. Also in competition you can also get exe’s created in other software like Wings, some of which are 32 bit and some 64 bit. This is why I suggest having two bottles available. It would be even better if they contained Malbec!
  3. Just FYI, if you do not have access to a Windows machine and want to view some exe sequences on your Mac, you can still use Crossover. Simply install a Windows 7 bottle and a Windows 10 64bit bottle and either of these can be used to run command i.e. the relevant exe file.
  4. I was recently sent 3 DVD's for an AV Competition as the organiser had poor broadband. I opened the padded envelop and took the DVD's to my study. It was then that I realised that my 5K iMac and my MacBook do not have DVD drives. I then realised that I had smugly wiped Windows from both Mac's in celebration of the Mac version and I would be unable to run the exe's. Oops, what a plonker! I dug out my Acer Aspire 8920 from 2008, only 4GB RAM but an 18.4" screen and Blu-ray Player. The battery died many years ago, it always ran very hot but it works fine on mains as long as I have a cooler
  5. Jill, can I send you a project zipped, so you can have a look before hand? 76 MB
  6. Thank you kindly
  7. I tried with a longer mp4, but I still couldn't get it to work.
  8. Jill, Dave, thank you both for your help. In 'All Human Beings' I wanted the 'itchy scrachy' clip (film age lines and dust) to exist all the way through the sequence. In the end, I used it just at the beginning and the end, as I could get it to work. On reflection, I think this approach sort of 'tops and tails' it and possibly is more effective. I did use the same snow dot mov file in 'All Human Beings', just two places where there was snow on the ground. Again using it sparingly, I think helped (rather than snowing all the way through. Am I right in thinking that if I was using the Win
  9. Thanks Dave. From talking to Jill, I thought this was possible. As outlined here: https://docs.pteavstudio.com/en-us/10.0/how_to_v9/addvid Mark
  10. Test Project created from new. One blank and three images, one dot mov video file. Slide 2 has video set to Master, then copied and pasted into slide 3 and 4, which automatically changes it to 'Linked to'. It still doesn't work for me with Beta 27. Please have a go. https://wetransfer.com/downloads/acd6f48f711c72a5141a77b26bbb17e120210314184542/cf2edffab1e1b0573918a4358c8f718c20210314184542/d96e1f
  11. I have Replied by way of private message.
  12. Tom I have sent you the project zipped. WeTransfer link, message on this group. I am probably doing something daft. If you have time have a look. Thank you. Mark
  13. Nope! The first video plays, no matter what I do, it will not play on further slides. I have had enough and am off to play on Netflix
  14. First image has the video set to Master video track, (close up.mov) second and third has video set to Link To. But only the first video plays, the others do not. It doesn't matter what I set them to, Master, Single or Linked. Only the first one plays. Any ideas?
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