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  2. Manuel Urdaneta

    Images Alterations

    Version 1.0.0

    41 downloads

    Modify images inside PTE, without other software MUR
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  4. KEN COX

    Franskraal, my hometown

    great collection - lovely colours -- manual control full screen great mix thks Ken
  5. Robert Johnson

    Franskraal, my hometown

    Version 1.0.0

    38 downloads

    My hometown is a remote little seaside village in South Africa. This is a picture story about Franskraal.
  6. Bert

    Paul the watchmaker

    Paul has a very interesting face, but I think you overused it in this show. I think you could have shown more images with him working on the clocks.
  7. Jim R

    Abercynon Pano

    Nice use for a pano!!
  8. KEN COX

    Abercynon Pano

    full screen with manual control - smooth movement -- shows a village ken
  9. davegee

    Abercynon Pano

    Version 1.0.0

    44 downloads

    Designed as a severe test for my new PC. The show consists of a single 17000x5800 pixel resolution JPEG zoomed into at original pixels in order to show as much detail as possible. The PC passed with flying colours.
  10. Version 1.0.0

    30 downloads

    This is just a fun AV created from some images I took at this lovely place in Namibia! Enjoy!
  11. I really enjoyed your AV on Kolmanskop. It is one of my favorite places to visit. I have just downloaded a "funTake" on the Ghosttown.

    regards,

    Rose

    1. Robert Johnson

      Robert Johnson

      Thanks Rose. Yes, fortunately I heard about the special permit which allows access at sunrise. Consequently no people in my images.  

  12. Robert Johnson

    Kolmanskop

    Version 1.0.0

    46 downloads

    This tells the story of Kolmanskop, a deserted ghost town near Luderitz in Namibia. The town became deserted when World War 1 negatively impacted the diamond industry.
  13. Mickp

    Paul the watchmaker

    Not too long I thought, excellent photography with a good subject. The animations were all done very well but I thought there were too many demonstrating your skill at doing them rather than adding to the show. Some close up detail shots of the clock mechanism may have been helpful.
  14. KEN COX

    Paul the watchmaker

    quality picts but a bit long ken
  15. Robert Johnson

    Paul the watchmaker

    Version 1.0.0

    40 downloads

    A Picture story of Paul, an elderly watchmaker.
  16. Davey Boy

    Dazzled by Science!

    Version 1.0.0

    53 downloads

    Hello All, Been doing AV shows for a while and this one struck me as a fun project to build. The music has been an "earworm" of mine for years and decided that it was time to make something of it. As I volunteer in 2 science-related museums and am a believer in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) education, I believe this may be a fun way to encourage study in those areas. Enjoy! Feedback always welcome Cheers!
  17. DUTCH

    Plaatjieskraal

    Very nice. Adds credence to the old statement: "Don't mess with Mother Nature!"
  18. Lakelandlass

    The Directors Cut

    Barry, you are in a class of your own. Enough said. Maureen
  19. Bert

    The Directors Cut

    A great show of dramatic images especially in the skies. I liked the way you have arranged them to get some fine third images. Bert
  20. Lin Evans

    The Directors Cut

    Beautiful imagery and perfect background music. The very interesting thing to me is how it's perfectly possible to have incredible images without all the hoopla over dynamic range. Nearly every day I hear criticism on photo and technical forums that camera A has better dynamic range capabilities than camera B and how that's so terribly important to photographers. I call BS on this. Yes for certain photos and perhaps for forensic photography dynamic range may hold great value, but these images are perfect examples of why it's (dynamic range) not the be all - end all for photographers. Sometimes expressed dynamic range gets in the way of an otherwise beautiful photo. Sure, you could have adjusted the curves, levels, or shadows/highlights on these photos to allow the viewer to see all the hidden details in the shadows and have rendered a show where the viewer could see highlights and shadow details easily, but then the entire damn mood would have been destroyed and the effects of the dynamic high contrast would have been lost. Congratulations on producing a product which does what it was intended to do rather than conform to the expectations of armchair pseudo-experts of which many have never produced a photo worth spending the time to observe! Nice job, Best regards, Lin Quote Edit Options
  21. Lin Evans

    The Directors Cut

    Excellent use of high contrast imagery with very good and mood setting appropriate music. First rate.. Congrats! Lin
  22. Jim R

    My How she's Grown!

    Well done.! I agree with Ken that there are too many baby pics, but then this AV has a very small target audience and I suspect that audience might enjoy almost that many. But I would likely try to add more different ones, rather than repeat so many. (I know the repeats are partially due to the rapid transitions) Talking about the transitions.... You did an excellent job in the first half of keeping up to the beat of the music, but the second half comes no where near the same pace. I feel pictures should always be in sync with the music. Perhaps the slower pace of the second half is good as one might be exhausted after watching the full video at that pace The sequence with the feet "vibrating" and spinning I found quite jarring I am from the "old school" and made (boring to some) AV's with 99% utilizing simple fades, I came away from this AV a little with the feeling "Look what I can do" with the software. Just because the software can do something, doesn't mean you have to use all its functionality. (You did a good job using the functionality for sure, but I found it a little overwhelming.) Ultimately the production is yours and you need to be happy with it. Your target audience will want to be happy with it too, or they might not watch it for the full length. When producing a show it is always important to know who your target audience is before starting work on the show, and remember AV is "Audio"-"Visual". The two should go hand in hand and be given equal treatment and consideration. That's my two cents worth, Don't feel you have to agree with it.
  23. Mickp

    My How she's Grown!

    As with any thing, it depends what you want to do with it. As a record of your daughter growing up it is great and I'm sure all her uncles and aunts would be pleased to see it (if not Little Richard). You certainly have a very good knowledge of the capabilities of PTE and have used them expertly. I just wonder if this was done as a demonstration of those skills or of your daughter growing up. Perhaps less photos with a little less animation done at a slower pace may have been better, if you were thinking of competitions. However, if your daughter loves it and your relatives love it and you love it that all that can be said. Well Done
  24. KEN COX

    My How she's Grown!

    very creative too many baby shots you might have warned people to adjust the volume before playing same -- mine was at 100% from last use - little Richard put me back in chair:) ken
  25. Rose

    My How she's Grown!

    Version 1.0.0

    38 downloads

    This is one of my first AVs to date and I would appreciate any constructive crits please.
  26. Beckham Digital

    The Directors Cut

    Version 1.0.0

    90 downloads

    There is no real theme here, just PicturesToExe being used as a vehicle to show images that otherwise may not be seen
  27. RMS

    The Little fiddle

    Very well done. A few hours work to achieve this! Many thanks for sharing. Roger.
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