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FILM STRIP STYLE

Re-posted.

Add SIX 3:2 images to a 16:9 (1920x1080) project. The sixth slide should have a QUICK TRANSITION

Apply the Style to the first group of five slides.

Add another five 3:2 images to the Slide Line - the last two of the first group should be the first two of the second group etc. Keep the QUICK TRANSITION slide at the end until you have finished using the style.

Apply the Style.

The Style:

FILM STRIP 2.ptestyle

DG

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THE ICOSAHEDRON

Moved from another section.

The EXE: Icosahedron 2.zip

Here's the Style file: Icosahedron 2.ptestyle

For this example, add any combination of 20 images or Videos of any dimensions to the Slide Line. In the Slide Style Menu Import the "Icosahedron 2" Style (right click on TOOLS) and it will be found in USER STYLES.

Select all 20 images in the Slide Line and in the Slide Style Menu (Users) click on "Icosahedron 2" and then APPLY.

The result is a single slide as shown in the EXE.

DG

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CANVAS MOUNT

CANVAS WRAP STYLE:

Here's the Style File .ptef:

script.gif Canvas Mount 0910_1.ptestyle (1.88MB)

Number of downloads: 74

...and here's the Demo EXE.

My link

Apply this style to two 1920x1080 images (1920x1080 Project) added to the Slide line.

Add a slide to the end of the group(s) but do not include it when applying the style. It can be removed after the styles are applied.

DG

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Dave

I just tried Film strip, right now, it is a very interesting one and works perfectly well.

Thanks for sharing

Daniel

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MULTI IMAGE STYLE

Here's one suggested by Tom95521

Add 7 (16:9) images to a 16:9 project and apply the style.

Repeat the process as many times as required using the following sequence:

First slide = 1;2;3;4;5;6;7

Second slide = 2;3;4;5;6;7;8

Third slide = 3;4;5;6;7;8;9

The Style: Multi 01.ptestyle

Demo: Multi Image.zip

DG

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MULTI IMAGE STYLE 2

Reflections added to the previous style.

Same instructions.

Add 7 (16:9) images to a 16:9 project and apply the style.

Repeat the process as many times as required using the following sequence:

First slide = 1;2;3;4;5;6;7

Second slide = 2;3;4;5;6;7;8

Third slide = 3;4;5;6;7;8;9

The Style: Multi 01 Reflection 2.ptestyle

The Demo: Multi 01 Reflect 2.zip

DG

Multi 01 Reflect 2 Style.zip

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Hi Tom,

All sorts of strange things going on yesterday.

I have replaced the Style with a new version.

Please try?

Thanks for your patience.

DG

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Dave,

I just tried BORDER AND BLURRED BACKGROUND and it looks simple and very pleasant!

Such styles are universal and suitable for various kinds of photos. They include some kind of magic.

I'll create a variation on this theme to the list of built-in styles.

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Dave,

I just tried BORDER AND BLURRED BACKGROUND and it looks simple and very pleasant!

Such styles are universal and suitable for various kinds of photos. They include some kind of magic.

I'll create a variation on this theme to the list of built-in styles.

Thanks Igor,

It's independent of "mode" - same as all styles as long as the instructions are followed and understood.

DG

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Works great!

Thanks,

Tom

Thanks Tom,

It is independent of "mode" and as long as you follow the author's instructions will do exactly what he intended.

DG

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