Misc PicturesToExe Videos
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TYPEWRITER TEXT & SOUND (18 mins) How to create mood or atmosphere in a historic slide show. There are many ways to do this, but I think this is the quickest and most straight forward using Photoshop to create the images. Sample HERE
ANIMATING CLOUDS (19 mins) This is a simple technique, quick to create, but impressive to view. Make animated still images look like a video. The full slide show where this technique was used, Can be found Here
THE SMOOTHING LINE (8 mins) The Thickness of the Smoothing line is a parameter available with some transitions in PicturesToExe, but I rarely see much evidence of the Smoothing Line being used. See it in action HERE
MAKING A PRESENTATION FOR A LIVE TALK (27 mins) How can we use PTE to illustrate a live talk? Slide Styles let us speed up that process & I’ve included some slide styles with the download.
VARIABLE SPEED MODIFIERS (12 mins) If you’re a PicturesToExe user and you like to include animation into your presentations, you’re going to need to understand modifiers and especially the variable speed modifiers.
EXECUTABLE OR MP4 (10 mins) It used to be that an executable file was the best publish option with PicturesToExe. I think that times have changed and a 60p Mp4 video is now an even better option
LIGHTROOM or PHOTOSHOP (13 mins) Here is a question that I’ve been asked lots of times. What image editor is right for me. This video may help a little
FINE LINES & BORDERS (13 mins) Presentation techniques that dot the I’s and cross the T’s
SYNCH IMAGES TO MUSIC on the FLY (22 mins) In my view it’s the most practical way to make a slideshow in the majority of cases
PERSPECTIVE PANNING DEMO (4 mins) Another way to create stunning visual presentation effects with PicturesToExe. Take a look at the demo first to see what we’re talking about
PERSPECTIVE PANNING TUTORIAL (16 mins) We need to use Photoshop to create two versions of the image, but the effect can be visually stunning