Slideshows/PTE

I will post here links to slideshows as they are published in order to give a one-stop place to access all of my slideshows most of which will have been created in Pictures to Exe. Most recent at the top!


#8.  A little something I produced using mixed media for the Postal Photographic Club to promote their online circles.

“Fretless” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


#7. Still working with Picture to Exe, this time trying out some more “advanced” techniques. For example with the two images where the boat merges into a previous image, which was also shot on the River Tay, I aligned the two images in Photoshop so that the boat appeared where I wanted it to. I’m also working with controlling the animation within each frame, particularly the time when items appear and then fade from the screen relative to others.

“The Forest and the Trees” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


#6.  A brief look back at the first half of 2017 using a selection of square images.


#5.  Continuing to learn the basics of Pictures to Exe


#4.  My first look at the newly refurbished Piece Hall in Halifax. Shot on a Fuji X-T100 and slideshow created in Pictures to Exe Essentials v.9.0.11 on a Mac running Parallels.


#3.  I purchased PTE last year but haven’t used it owing to an extremely slow Windows laptop (I run an iMac for my desktop machine). However having now installed Parallels on the Mac, upgraded PTE to the latest version and bought some tutorials I am now getting to grips with this amazingly powerful program. This is the 3rd attempt, again using stock images from my files.

Music: Procession of the King, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b…. and A Quiet Place licensed from beckhamdigital.com.au


#2.  I purchased PTE last year but haven’t used it owing to an extremely slow Windows laptop (I run an iMac for my desktop machine). However having now installed Parallels on the Mac, upgraded PTE to the latest version and bought some tutorials I am now getting to grips with this amazingly powerful program.

Music licensed from http://www.beckhamdigital.com.au


#1.  I purchased PTE last year but haven’t used it owing to an extremely slow Windows laptop (I run an iMac for my desktop machine). However at a loose end today I installed Parallels on the Mac, upgraded PTE to the latest version, bought Barry Beckham’s starter videos and have produced a very simple AV to get me started.

Music licensed from http://www.beckhamdigital.com.au