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Hi All, Recently through work we had a time-lapse of a work project created and the creators sent me some links to music sites, that can be used for this type of project. I thought I would share these with Forum members in case they may be useful for their AV projects. http://www.premiumbeat.com/ http://www.smartsound.com/ http://www.audiomicro.com/ https://www.pond5.com/ Some may cost money to purchase, but feel free to browse when you need. Regards, Denis
I am currently a Proshow Producer user. The software was very expensive to buy and the upgrades have soared in price ranging from £40.00 to £67.95 for the latest available one. Admittedly the software is outstanding with the previous upgrade having a copyright free music library. The price with upgrades will soon be reaching the £600.00 mark. With this in mind I wonder if I would be better off purchasing PTE slide show software. The music library wouldn’t be an issue, I have lots of copyright free music and the generosity of Eric Matyas lovely music and sounds, thank you Eric, I couldn’t wish for more. I would like to ask what sort of price are upgrades for PTE. I see PTE 8 Deluxe with your starter disc Barry is £93.00. I would have liked a Mac version but Winsoft said it’s still under development and I don’t really want to install windows on my Mac. Another thing Proshow Produder doesn’t come with discs or dongle now so I think its quite an expensive software program.
Hi Folks, I am really chuffed, my Iceland show won 1st place in the Northern Ireland Photographic Association (NIPA) Audio Visual 2015 Championship, this evening. Apparently it is the first time a sequence, without narration, has won 1st place. (Last year; my Scotland show came 2nd, apparently the first time a sequence, without narration, achieved a place in the top three.) My Iceland show then went 'head to head' with winning sequence from the recent Irish Photographic Federation AV Festival and won! A great success for PTE! The mp4 entries simply didn't do well at all, the file size (about 10X the PTE exe) may have been a problem, but IMHO the fades and transitions are simply not good enough for long slow fades or transitions, e.g. panoramas. I must thank everyone that gave me feedback, in particular Barry, who took the time to give me very detailed feedback by email. This related not just to the timing and sequence of the slides to the music, but also on photographic elements that I thought I had covered. It was a learning exercise, as I was new to Lightroom (previous Nikon Capture NX user) and I took many of his points on board. Not all, but that is what quality feedback is about - take it or leave it. As I have in the past received useful feedback from many members of this forum, I though it only right and proper to post links the my winning show, and thank everyone that helped me make it work. All photos were taken with the Fuji X-T1, mainly with the 10-24 lens. Windows: http://www.mediafire.com/download/gb5122ef8p5c3e9/IcelandV5.zip Mac: http://www.mediafire.com/download/qk1mco371ccs3ae/Iceland_mac.zip
I am not sure if applies here but I came across a link today that looks at Animation Techniques and the 12 principles of animation. Although most don't tend to use animation as such in PTE slideshows I thought it might be useful to some. Some of the techniques could apply to how we transition slides in a show for example. The about tab on the link goes to another video to explain the techniques more thoroughly. Some are starting to use these sorts of animation on small icons in web pages for example. Animation for credits and slideshow starting titles is another area where you may find the info useful. http://the12principles.tumblr.com Denis