Route Generator

Discuss which third party applications you use to help create your slide shows using ProShow Producer. This is not a forum to promote other slide show software programs.
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Route Generator

Postby cdcd » Sat Jan 07, 2017 8:54 am

We like travelling to countries all over the world and after each trip we make a movie with PGP. Each show has some 700 to 900 photos in it (45 - 60 minutes) and the shows just look great! But I was looking for a program which generates our travelling route and I found this one: http://www.routegenerator.net/. It's a small program which generates an AVI-movie of the route you have indicated on a map. You can also import a map from Google Maps but keep in mind that sometimes you have to reset (higher or lower) the resolution before it gets loaded. Anyway, give it a try: it's completely free and generates the route you want with (funny) effects. Hope it will be usefull and you will enjoy it.

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Re: Route Generator

Postby pd » Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:13 am

Thanks for sharing.
Personally, I use the TomTom planner. and get a screen shot of it. The route is exactly the route which I will have in the GPS and it can be zoomed in as required. The end product is identical. The only missing item is the plane or car icons.
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Re: Route Generator

Postby tdew » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:57 am

My AntiVirus is giving me warnings about the download site. Does anyone know anything more?

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Re: Route Generator

Postby cdcd » Fri Jan 13, 2017 3:56 am

Reply to pd: I know there are plenty of route planners which plot a route but I was looking for a "moving" route from one point to another and that is what Route Generator exactly does: it creates an avi-movie (and if you want also a screen shot of the route) which you can load into your show. Give it a try: it's not a screen shot but really a "moving" route.
What I forgot to mention: when generating several AVI-movies, store them each in a different map, otherwise you will overwrite previous ones.

Reply to tdew: I use Norton and it didn't give me an alert. I have sent the file to Virustotal.com (an online free virusscanner) and all trusted virusscanners like Norton, Bitdefender, McAfee, etc. gave it a safe rating.

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