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dauphin 02-08-07 09:09 PM

Need help with Spinning slide show...
 
I teach several Spinning classes each week and I was thinking of how cool it would be to create a slide show with music that I could project on the wall so people in the class could see. Are there good programs for creating such show? I might even like to use some live action as well. If any of you have created something like this I would appreciate any advice.

KingTermite 02-08-07 09:12 PM

Xat show

www.Xatshow.com

I used this software to make a slideshow out of my vacation pics a few years back.

mister 02-08-07 10:48 PM

iDVD if you have a Mac. I think there's a limit of how many pictures you can use though.

Tom Stormcrowe 02-09-07 05:56 AM

Windoze Moviemaker>import images>import audio>SAVE AS.wmv. import into whatever converter/DVD burner you use>Convert to appropriate type of file and burn!

skiahh 02-09-07 08:05 AM

Sounds like a simple Powerpoint slide show would do the trick, too.

Create slides with the pictures you want (or video, but there's better options if you want video), pick your music, set and rehearse the timing and voila.

Stacey 02-09-07 08:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe
Windoze Moviemaker>import images>import audio>SAVE AS.wmv. import into whatever converter/DVD burner you use>Convert to appropriate type of file and burn!

+111111111 on this.

I use it a lot.

http://youtube.com/profile_videos?user=RatLady629

santiago 02-09-07 08:45 AM

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Originally Posted by mister
iDVD if you have a Mac. I think there's a limit of how many pictures you can use though.

If you work out of iPhoto you can export your slideshow as a Quicktime. No restriction on the number of photos. Then import the QuickTime into iMovie to produce the 'film' and iDVD to burn it.

I did that once by imprting the slideshow Quicktime and then laying the soundtrack in iMovie.

dauphin 02-09-07 02:39 PM

Thanks for all the great advice! I have windows moviemaker and powerpoint on my laptop. I'm going to monkey around with those for a bit and see what I can come up with.

Tom Stormcrowe 02-09-07 06:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dauphin
Thanks for all the great advice! I have windows moviemaker and powerpoint on my laptop. I'm going to monkey around with those for a bit and see what I can come up with.

Screenshots of the power points make great high res images pasted into a photo program and imported into moviemaker, by the way and the transitions and filters available are pretty cool in moviemaker .

RonH 02-09-07 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dauphin
Thanks for all the great advice! I have windows moviemaker and powerpoint on my laptop. I'm going to monkey around with those for a bit and see what I can come up with.

Don't let Bill Gates find that you're "monkeying around" with his stuff. ;)


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