My first shared show. A very funny birthday...

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My first shared show. A very funny birthday...

Postby Mack » Wed Jul 18, 2007 11:38 am

Hello my friends, take a look at this funny show. It's a birthday party from a friend of mine.
It's my first attempt to a show like this.
Take a look a the faces at the beginning of it...and smile as me and my wife done everytime we look at it.
I'm waiting for your critiques.
Bye bye.
Marco

http://www.photodex.com/sharing/viewshow.html?fl=2848442&alb=0
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Postby gpsmikey » Wed Jul 18, 2007 3:45 pm

Hmmm -- well, I tried to watch it, (even let it download completely), but
it only made it in a minute or so before it crashed presenter. I am going
to figure this out one of these days - there are several shows that always
crash presenter (the latest build from Photodex) at exactly the same place
each time. I wonder if it is a producer issue or OS related. Are you
running XP or Vista ? (this is not your problem, I am just trying to figure
out what the cause is -- there are others that have exactly the same issue
with some shows I do). :cry:

mikey
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Lots of PIC and Arduino microprocessor stuff too !!

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Postby Mack » Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:47 pm

I am running XP, but I have no problem watching at it.
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A very funny birthday

Postby DanDan » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:24 am

Hi Mack, gosh I wish I understood more Italian than I do!
I really liked the show composition. The begining face photos were funny. Looks like you put your worst photos up front (funny yes). Many of the photos had some serious "Red Eye". Your photos improved as the show went along.
Ok', what I really liked was your intro! What program(s) did you use to create that! Very impressive!

_Dan

Note to Mikey: This one played all the way through for me. No Hiccups! Previously anytime you mentioned a show that crashed Presenter, it also crashed for me too. Not this time! I am running XP also,..... stuck somewhere between sp1 and sp2,. Ya' I know,...I can never fully update after many tries. Several programs that only work in sp2, work fine for me. Go figure! (I know this is drivel for everyone else, please ignore) :lol:
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Postby alcain » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:18 am

Marco, Fantastic opener! However you need to get rid of the pause between the opener music and the countdown noises - this style of opener needs to crossfade directly into the next audio.
You used every transition in the book, but for this style of "fun" show - it works.
You have mastered the technique of timing the slides to the beat of the music - nicely done.
There are some pretty "hot" babes in this show - wow!
I am sure they all will love this birthday show.

Blessings, ~al

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Re: A very funny birthday

Postby Mack » Thu Jul 19, 2007 7:19 am

DanDan wrote:Ok', what I really liked was your intro! What program(s) did you use to create that! Very impressive!


For the Intro I have used Bluff Titler, wich, with a little work, permits you to make a lot of fantastic effects.
The photos are not mine but from a friend of mine and the correction of the red eyes was a work that he should have done...!
I'm too lazy in these very hot summer days...
Thanks for your views.
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lisco

Postby lisco » Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:57 pm

Just for the record, it locked me up completely. Running XP.

Scott

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