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PhotoFilmStrip for making slideshows

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Roparadise, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    http://www.photofilmstrip.org/4-0-Download.html is probably one of the best slide makers out there in my opinion. It is main feature is that it makes Ken Burns style movies in up to 1080p. The only drawback is that it doesn't support the gpu, so it can take a long time to make a video. The example I'm posting took 39 minutes to make and I have the Phenom II X4 965 set at 3.4GHZ.




    All I had to do was set length based on song,enter the song,import up the pics and hit render. If I was actually making it as a promo video I would have cut time by 3/4 since the photos in the example are displayed too way to long,about 11 seconds each.
     
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  2. NetZen

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    Nice share mate. I have a use for this.........and the price is right :)
     
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    This post for PhotoFilmstrip is nice OP. The thing is, it may ruin your day to process the whole thing to a video format. If you want to try what I am using. The Photodex Proshow. It has amazed me last year since I first used it for a 1 and a half hour presentation used by a group of students in their school. The end of the story is, they topped in their video presentation contest. :p You can also try using that one OP and to all other members, you can try it too!
     
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