Tour in 60
"Visions of Venice" is a brief example of what can be achieved with a
dynamic way of viewing and presenting your photographs. It signals the
end of traditional slideshows and brings
to life all those memories
that are hidden away on your computer's hard disk.
So as not to
take up too much of your time, I have produced this example using a
selection of images from my recent tour of Venice.
When you watch it
bear in mind that I could have selected any of my images,
set them to any music
and shown them at any
speed - faster or slower.
service that I used has a free
trial which I used to get a feel for
what can be achieved. This trial allowed me to mix and remix
the show as
often as I wanted.
Although I was amazed at how quick
and easy it was to produce such a
professional video for viewing on my computer, I wanted to see if I
could produce a full length show and play
it on my large TV screen.
For just a few dollars I was able to do this and download two high
files - one for playing at high quality on my PC and Digital Photo Frame
and another to burn my own DVD!
You should see a QuickTime video panel
further down this page. Depending upon your internet connection speed,
there may be a delay whilst the video prepares to play - please allow
time for this.
(If you do not have QuickTime on your PC or Mac you will
need to install it - Quick Time is used by many websites
nowadays, it is perfectly safe and a lot of folk prefer it to Windows
Turn on your sound and click
the small triangle
at the bottom left hand corner along the bottom edge of the panel to
watch the video.
If you like
what you see and want a free
of this amazing service using your own photos
then click here
to give it a go ...
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