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It Could be Yesterday – Another favorite and competition winner. Shot in the Black Country open air museum in Birmingham UK. A fascinating place that shows how the Industrial revolution transformed Britain and the world. I have tried to tell the story of someone looking back at times they are unlikely to ever see again. Download from here
PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe Facts. – Audio Visual is a creative process and to help that process along. You can install the software on two computers, maybe your Desktop and Laptop. To copy a part made slide show from one PC to another, use the Backup in Zip option and copy the file across.
Cosmos is the music that inspired this presentation. The Cosmos is where Infra-Red light comes from and these images are Infra-red shot with a converted Canon 5 D camera. Infra Red Videos can be found here. – Download Cosmos here
The Lost Classics – These images were shot as a fascinating place called the Herbaton Historic Village, which is about 120k from Cairns in Queensland Australia. Download here
PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe Facts. – The software allows the user to create nested animation, meaning parent and child. Animate the parent image/video and any other images/video you attach as children will follow. There are many videos on this technique here. Parent and Child animation opens up many creative opportunities especially with 3D animation.
Time & Tide – The seashore does seem to fascinate us. Most of us can stand and watch the waves roll in for far longer than we would do anything else. It’s calming, but this sequence records the sea a little rougher than we usually see it, but that’s all part of the interest. Great music and careful transitions, which are easy to achieve using PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe. Download the Mp4 from here
The Exposure Clock – Demonstrates the wide variety of presentations we can make with PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe slideshow software.. Here its instructional and therefore contains commentary. This style of Audio Visual is quite different to the more pictorial style. For example, its 9 minutes long, which isn’t an issue in a tutorial like this. Download from here
PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe Facts. – Colour Adjustments – Adjust the brightness, contrast, levels, hue, saturation of any image/video. Apply a sepia effect or other creative colour filters. Colour Management – The software offers full support of Adobe RGB monitors in preview and executable shows. Make sure your image look great in your presentation.
The Fire Trail – A local fire break and a walk with a converted Infra-red camera is what provided the images for this sequence. It’s simple, short and hopefully appealing to a wider audience. Infra red is worth a serious look for those who love great quality monochrome images. Download The Fire Trail here
Winter in Scotland – is a fairly simple presentation, but as I often suggest. Simple often works best with audio visual presentations. AV is a very compelling and absorbing subject and we can help you learn with our video tutorials and a free trial of PicturesToExe in our menus above. Download this Mp4 video here
The Nurburgring – This Audio Visual is based around my sons love of cars and in particular his Mitsibishi Evo 6. (TME) For fun he drives around the Nurburgring in Germany and here we have a mix of his still images and some go pro video. It does demonstrate the ability of PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe to handle HD video very well. Download from here
PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe Facts. – Publish Options – Create HD and 4K video files for playback on PC, Mac and TV.
The Rosewood Railway is about 68K west of Brisbane Australia and even though we was not there on a day any locos were running, it was still a fascinating place for a photographer. Full of detail and picture taking opportunities. Download the presentation to your desktop (mp4)
Hot in the City – Another favorite sequence of mine and it’s a short sequence taken in Sydney Australia. Look for the time lapse at the start to allow the monorail to leave the station. It provides a great start to the show. Its fast and furious and a different style to my usual presentations. Download here
PTE AV Studio/PicturesToExe Facts. – Download a 30 day trial version of this software. Try it before you buy it. PTE AV Studio software download. There are two versions of PTE AV Studio, the entry level and the pro. Compare them here