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Old March 18th, 2003, 03:25 AM
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Tried Transitions again with dvd



13 pictures with mp3 and clicked transitions and clicked create and a
prompt said that I had 989 mb and cd's are from 600-700 mb do I wish
to continue. i said no!!!!!!!!!

deleted all pictures except three and clicked all the above and the
same prompt.

something has gone amuck!!! What is wrong Chris or anyone. I will be
patient.


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Old March 18th, 2003, 02:46 PM
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Tried Transitions again with dvd



Hello Harry

Did you have have manual transitions set? (Transition duration = 0)

Otherwise I will look into it.

Thanks Chris.

>13 pictures with mp3 and clicked transitions and clicked create and a
>prompt said that I had 989 mb and cd's are from 600-700 mb do I wish
>to continue. i said no!!!!!!!!!


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Old March 18th, 2003, 03:26 PM
 
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Tried Transitions again with dvd




Hello Harry.
One of the reasons on large slide shows I don't use transitions nor music a
s the file size can increase dramatically. Are you using bmp image files, i
f so I would suggest converting to jpg after they have been edited, they ar
e so much smaller.and you would never notice the difference on tv or as a p
c show.
Before I heard of xat I used another program to send slideshows in emails a
nd the addition of music even as mp3 could increase the file size something
awful.
To really keep down the file size I have used midi files but I have a feeli
ng they may not be compatible with xat, Chris could let us know if they are
or could be made compatible.
You can get many midi files on the internet.
What was the size of the mp3?
John


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