Maybe a stupid question, but is there any way to simply have a slideshow that you have completed play on a continuous loop without having to go through the "create output" process? The completed ProShow Gold slideshow plays with the best quality and image clarity within the software itself (i.e. "Play Slideshow"). I have been able to successfully burn to a DVD and loop it, but the quality is for whatever reason far worse in comparison. To this point, I have tried different types of DVD's, players, connecting cable varieties, etc. and concluded that it must just be that the DVD burner in my PC is simply not that good? If only I could just connect my PC to the big screen TV and have the slideshow loop continuously without having to be "created" to do so? Any suggestions would be very much appreciated - thanks in advance!
Slide Options > Slide Settings > Action at End of Slide >
Action: Choose: "Jump to Slide"
This will create the looping effect that you are looking for.
That could explain the lower quality you're seeing. If your burner just does dvd's, then there's nothing wrong with it, it's just not capable of outputting a higher quality video. Could be time to upgrade your burner to one that does blurays.
Thank you again!
dcanderso28 wrote: .... the version of ProShow Gold that I am using and have for years is simply too old to have the Slide Option > Slide Settings > Action at End of Slide capabilities to create the looping effect I am looking for ...
So sorry, you posted in the section for Producer, and I didn't notice that you were actually speaking of ProShow Gold. Unfortunately I don't have Gold installed anymore on my computer, so I can't check. But, somehow I seem to remember that older versions had an option for "action in the last slide", but it was done while creating an executable.
Try to look in the help file of the program that you have installed on your computer for: last slide, or action at end of slide, or.... something like that.
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