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  1. If you are using Windows 10, when the warning comes up click More then click run anyway. The next time you run it you won't get the warning. Jill
  2. once the sound clips are linked to a slide, they will be copied when you copy the slide to a new project. To export all of the sound to a file, in Timeline click on the 3 bars with the drop down arrow, above the timeline & select Export soundtrack Jill
  3. Good tutorial Barry & explains why you 'may' want to use KFSD for video with a following still image. But I still prefer to keep it switched off. It is so easy to simply move the following slide in the Timeline to give the exact effect you want, as every 2 slide combination will be different. Depending on content you may want the video to transition into the next slide, or you may want it to end at the start or part way through the transition. When working with still images KFSD causes so many problems if you move slides to a different position. So I find it much bett
  4. Keep Full Slide duration Something i never ever use - causes too many problems Jill
  5. You don't need to, unless the video is a very large file & you want to reduce the final exe file size. If making an MP4 then it will only contain the portion you are using. You can also drag the same video multiple times into the Timeline and trim it for each part that you want to use. You can go into Objects & Animation & select Adjust Time range in the Properties tab. Then just move the start & end pointers to where you want the video to start & end. If you physically want to trim the video & Create a new file then right click the v
  6. you can just trim the video in the Timeline & you don't need to save it. Put the play bar where you want the video to start. Right click & select Trim beginning of video Move the following slide up to where you want the video to end. Job done - very quick Jill
  7. In Timeline, click on a Slide then right click an audio clip & select Link Clip. You have to do each clip individually & can only link 1 clip on a track to each slide. Clips on different tracks can be linked to the same slide. Jill
  8. I also use save for web at quality between 60 to 80 - depends on image content. Simple images can use a lower quality, more complex images with lots of colour & content I use a higher quality. These have been projected on a 20 foot screen with no lose of quality. Jill
  9. Only once had a problem with this, it was a competition secretary reading out the titles of the images. They were using Photocomp software I think. But I put it down to him reading from his list & not actually looking at the screen to see what the image was. Running AV's - PTE exe's and/or MP4's we have never had a problem with sync. If you do a sound test with Zoom & speak into the mic, you will notice it is several seconds before the sound comes back through the speakers. It has to be uploaded to Zoom servers, then presumably to a satellite, then downloaded
  10. It would be really helpful if there could be a Shortcut key for 'Split Audio Clip' EG Alt+S Having recently made 2 AV's with voiceover - I do the whole voiceover as 1 take. I then need to split it up to be able to move the phrases into the correct place on the Timeline. The Split Audio Clip command works great, but it would be so much quicker if I could just hit Alt+S (or another key combination) Jill
  11. Do you mean for the Object names? Yes this could be useful Jill
  12. This is something that has been asked for before & would be a really useful feature. Hopefully in a future version Jill
  13. Hi Lynda, a lot of our members are also nearing or above 80 as well. Surprised how well most of them have managed. To run AV's well without stuttering you need a fast broadband upload speed. But if yours is just still images then it should work OK. It is the dissolves that suffers if the upload speed is low. Jill
  14. We have been running many AV Zoom meetings & most AV's are created at 16:9 ratio with 1920x1080 pixels. Some are 4:3 & occasional ones are in 3:2 format. Most of our participants are either using dual monitors on a PC or else connect a laptop to their TV or a digital prohector. Some however use a tablet & even a mobile phone. No one has said that they have lost part of the image. Jill
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