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    These comments apply to the two recent posts: Beautiful landscapes, beautiful photography, music really appropriate to the themes. That dog was a great companion, pity they live less than humans. MUR
    I very much enjoyed this one, too, Jeff. Great memories for you of wonderful times with Buck. Thank you.
    I loved this show and will definitely keep it. Very atmospheric with superb photography. Thanks Jeff.
  2. Version 1.0.0

    33 downloads

    I was inspired by Lin Evan's post using an old file to demo how well this PTE program worked years ago. This file I posted in 2004, 15 years ago. It was one of my first and I was worried about the reception as it was very personal. The old show shows how well PTE even in it's early stages worked. Anyway, it's just a demo of how well PTE worked 15 years ago and how wonderful it is today.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    I've posted this years ago but I was never satisfied with the show. I've touched it up and added two video files 1920x1080 that show how well PTE now incorporates video. This part of the western US is still quite unspoiled with adventure available at every turn. The file is quite large as I use a 43" screen to edit so I have to keep the files fairly large to enjoy myself. Anyway, I hope some of you enjoy the show.
    Great show...the kind I really love. And you picked images from an area I used to explore every spring and fall. I just love this area and you did a wonderful job of making a very intimate show. Good work all around and thank you for sharing.
  4. In case you are looking for "Demos" it is tucked away in "Browse Categories"
  5. Version 1.0.0

    50 downloads

    With PicturesToExe Version 10 beta on the horizon - I thought it would be fun to post a show made nearly nine years ago with PTE version 5.7 beta. It's amazing how much power even this old version of PicturesToExe had. It was far, far more advanced even then than its competition today in terms of animation features and capabilities. Version 10 will be 64 bit and will be released both for the Windows PC as well as a native MacIntosh version. Congratulations are in order for Igor and the Wnsoft development team for continuing to push the envelope and lead the pack of presentation slideshow products with innovation, commitment and delivery !!! This was intentionally placed in the slideshow section because the demo section is not visited that often - in fact some visitors don't really know that there are two sections to SlideshowClub.
  6. Lin Evans

    Waves

    Nice Denis - Excellent choice of music to augment great photos ! Lin
  7. denisb

    Waves

    Version 1.0.0

    44 downloads

    Some waves from "La Réunion" a French island in the Indian Ocean
    It's a bit wacky but I loved it!
    Enjoyed you interesting show on your walk through southern France. Very good portrayal of the various villages and countryside and I enjoyed the music. It must have been a very rewarding trip. Just a bit of a problem in that many of the verticals were all leaning to the right, maybe some were but not that many – very easily solved in PTE. Also, some, but not all, of the converging verticals could have been improved in Photoshop. It took the edge off the show as once noticed I was looking for them all the way through. Also the show stopped after 11 minutes and I had to press “start” again. Very enjoyable all the same.
    Very impressive and beautifully presented with a great soundtrack. The whole sequence reminded me of the film Koyaanisqatsi directed by Godfrey Reggio.
    A superb sequence with stunning images and beautifully timed dissolves. Just wonder if it would even better with sweeping orchestral string music instead of the piano. Could watch this many times!
    Really enjoyed this sequence, I would have liked the beginning dissolves/changes to be a bit slower in order to appreciate the images. Did you use a long lens setting for some of the images to get the apparent compression of the landscape? The only problem I had (which is small one) is that the dissolves of the crashing waves in the later part of the show were a bit too quick. On the plus side the ruggedness of the island is superbly depicted.
    I was interested in the show as I know the Lake District reasonably well and it was a change to see more of the high country. As a complete presentation I feel that it stands up pretty well, however there were some areas which I personally think could be improved. 1. The heavy black masking at the beginning and end was too heavy, maybe a vertical wipe form bottom to top at the beginning would work better and in reverse at the end. 2. As noted by another review the third image was maybe a little over used. 3. There is a distinct lack of sharpness in a few images. 4. Some Photoshop artefacts have crept in on a couple of images. 5. Generally the music was reasonable nothing really jarred with the images but towards the end the music got a bit more dramatic and would have suited an image of a waterfall or a a rocky dramatic landscape instead of a tranquil lake scene. Please remember this is a personal impression of the show and maybe not everyone else will agree. One final comment about using photoshop that I use when judging " I don't mind the use of Photoshop to enhance an image but I don't want to see obvious joins" Regards John PS. Have put this in as a review as there appeared to be no response to it in the comments section.
  8. Version 1.0.0

    49 downloads

    The sequence illustrates a long distance walk in southern France from Le-Puy-en-Velay to Conques. A distance of 206 kilometres. It is part of the Chemins de Compostelle that goes from Le-Puy-en-Velay to St-Jean-Pied-de-Port on the Spanish border.
    Absolutely lovely I really liked the ethereal nature of nearly all the images and the superb dissolves. Excellent narration and soundtrack. Like another reviewer I am not sure about the red images a bit of a shock compared to the others! As for the shot with the couple my eye was drawn to his well lit apparent bald patch, maybe a little bit of photoshop make-over to take the bright patch down a bit.
  9. I was interested in the show as I know the Lake District reasonably well and it was a change to see more of the high country. As a complete presentation I feel that it stands up pretty well, however there were some areas which I personally think could be improved. 1. The heavy black masking at the beginning and end was too heavy, maybe a vertical wipe form bottom to top at the beginning would work better and in reverse at the end. 2. As noted by another review the third image was maybe a little over used. 3. There is a distinct lack of sharpness in a few images. 4. Some Photoshop artefacts have crept in on a couple of images. 5. Generally the music was reasonable nothing really jarred with the images but towards the end the music got a bit more dramatic and would have suited an image of a waterfall or a a rocky dramatic landscape instead of a tranquil lake scene. Please remember this is a personal impression of the show and maybe not everyone else will agree. One final comment about using photoshop that I use when judging " I don't mind the use of Photoshop to enhance an image but I don't want to see obvious joins" Regards John
  10. Nicely done! I especially liked the opening sequences in Bryce Canyon. I've never been down in the canyon at the hour of the day and the lighting you captured was spectacular. I live in the US southwest and have been to all of the places shown in your video. I hope you enjoyed your visit!
  11. Version 1.0.0

    40 downloads

    Where we live, working with photoshop possibillitys .
  12. Version 9

    33 downloads

    A text from the 16th century recounting the celebrations given on the occasion of the arrival of King Francois I in Le-Puy-en-Velay. Pictures from the 21st century illustrating the Renaissance festivals in this same city. And the music we heard on the spot.
  13. Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    This is an MP4 PTE show that is linked to my Facebook page. (Don't click on the 'Download this file'. It is just a dummy PTE-DummyExe file that was added just to be able to get past the required upload of a zip file). Here is a link to the show posted on Vimeo (if the Facebook link does not work): https://vimeo.com/313037708
  14. Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    Sample of a two minute construct using one of my Snowglobe styles.. Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep In Snow....
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