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  1. Thanks, jt49 and rosy. I could to follow your suggestions. I know that there are different ways to achieve my whish. I was wondering if there was a possibility to get the same result with a single shot Thanks also to Orizaba. I will also follow your idea. The PNG images are a type of replica of the background video. And the idea is to highlight them, and, at the same time, show the original scene in a blurred way.
  2. I am facing the following problem. I prepared a video show with mainly PNG images and with appropriate audio clips associated to each of them. I would like to use as background a video (out of focus in order not to disturb the images) covering the entire time of the show. It would be nice to insert it like we normally do for an audio track. Is there any suggestion in how to proceed without the need to process again the entire work? Thanks for any help Saluti Claudio
  3. Merci Denis It is exactely what I want! I will study your implementation and I hope to succeed! Claudio
  4. Thanks Dom I have also used in the past the same solution you are describing It is a little painful, and I thought that new ways are now possible Claudio
  5. Thanks Dave. Excellent suggestion! So I should accept the Google earth speed, and then adjust it with PTE Claudio
  6. Thanks Dom I am in line with this solution As you can see from my last reply I am trying to understand how to control the zoom speed
  7. Thanks JIll. It sounds like a good suggestion. Nevertheless I do not understand how I can slow down the fly in. It seems to me to proceed automatically too fast, and I do not find any control button to control the speed in order to slow it down! Claudio
  8. I would like to zoom to a specific location on a map, starting on a much larger geographical image (eg starting from the full image of France and ending on a small village on the cote d'azur). The zoom factor may be well over 10, it could even be 50 or more. Does anyone have suggestions or already experience on this? What type of map would be recommended to start with? (Google earth,...?)
  9. Can you send me the website able to 'extract' animation from the background? Thanks Claudio
  10. George, another advice on GIFs. I do not know if you produce your own GIFs. The problem is that Whatsapp does not allow the transmission of self-made GIFs, but only of preset ones. You may escape the problem generating an mp4 video containing the GIF , and then send it via Whatsapp Claudio
  11. George I had the same problem, and these are my conclusions Whtsapp has a limit size of 65 MB First, select the format. I normally use 1280x720, which corresponds to 1920x1080, but will result lighter Then I make a first trial producing an mp3 file with the quality set to “high” and the speed set to “30 p” If the result is within 65 MB, it is Ok, and you could send it via Whatsapp. If the result exceeds 65 MB, decrease the quality (eg to medium, or even to low) and try again. Hope this will help Saluti Claudio
  12. Hallo, By chance, I met this interesting video on Hands effects for Proshow producers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWHqj6yLuQo I found relatively easy to reproduce such effects on PTE, but I found a problem with the most interesting one to me, relevant to the magnifying lens effect. My problem is that I can easily produce a circular mask and a PNG image for the magnifying lens. The two images perfectly overlap each other, but I do not find any means to link them together in order to move them (pan or zoom) contemporarily on the animation panel. What I want is to move in synchro
  13. Merci Jean Cyprien, I will try and I hope to succeed!
  14. Hi, I have not been active for a while and now I have some difficulties even with basics. My first question is: Is it possible to insert a new slide with all the images and their relevant parameters (pan, zoom, rotate,….) taken from the last keyframe of the previous slide? Or is it necessary to set manually all the parameters in the first keyframe of the new slide? Thanks for help Claudio
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