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Old April 24th, 2003, 04:30 AM
 
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I recently made a slide show for my father-in-laws retirement party.
After the party I added photos from the party and set it to several
songs. I also made a second version of the CD that was set to the voice
of my mother-in-law who gave a eulogy that night. Recently I heard a
song that would be great set to the slides - so that will make three
CDs. This made me think it would be great if XATSHOW supported multiple
sound tracks per slide show. In this case I only have 70 slides, so
size is not an issue.

I know VCDs can allow for or fake multiple sound tracks and with the PC
slide show it should be cake.

The same slide show can tell a whole different story with different
music - or even more useful you can watch your vacation slides set to
nice music, or to the narrative.

D.

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Darwin Sanoy
Principal Consultant / Instructor
DesktopEngineer.com
WindowsInstallerTraining.com


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Old April 24th, 2003, 12:58 PM
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Suggestion: Multiple Sound Tracks



Hello Darwin,

Could you not simply put a second slideshow on the menu with the different
audio?

5.1 has a duplicate slideshow added to the sequencer (right click a slideshow)

Chris.

>I recently made a slide show for my father-in-laws retirement party.
>After the party I added photos from the party and set it to several
>songs. I also made a second version of the CD that was set to the voice
>of my mother-in-law who gave a eulogy that night. Recently I heard a
>song that would be great set to the slides - so that will make three
>CDs. This made me think it would be great if XATSHOW supported multiple
>sound tracks per slide show. In this case I only have 70 slides, so
>size is not an issue.
>
>I know VCDs can allow for or fake multiple sound tracks and with the PC
>slide show it should be cake.
>
>The same slide show can tell a whole different story with different
>music - or even more useful you can watch your vacation slides set to
>nice music, or to the narrative.
>


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Old April 24th, 2003, 08:13 PM
 
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Suggestion: Multiple Sound Tracks




I guess I could in this case! I didn't know about the duplicate
functionality.

Would be great to put that little tip in a faq!

Thanks much,
D.

_________________________________
Darwin Sanoy
Principal Consultant / Instructor
DesktopEngineer.com
WindowsInstallerTraining.com




Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 1:59 AM

Hello Darwin,

Could you not simply put a second slideshow on the menu with the
different
audio?

5.1 has a duplicate slideshow added to the sequencer (right click a
slideshow)

Chris.

>I recently made a slide show for my father-in-laws retirement party.
>After the party I added photos from the party and set it to several
>songs. I also made a second version of the CD that was set to the
voice
>of my mother-in-law who gave a eulogy that night. Recently I heard a
>song that would be great set to the slides - so that will make three
>CDs. This made me think it would be great if XATSHOW supported
multiple
>sound tracks per slide show. In this case I only have 70 slides, so
>size is not an issue.
>
>I know VCDs can allow for or fake multiple sound tracks and with the PC
>slide show it should be cake.
>
>The same slide show can tell a whole different story with different
>music - or even more useful you can watch your vacation slides set to
>nice music, or to the narrative.
>


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Old April 25th, 2003, 03:26 AM
info_xatcom info_xatcom is offline
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Hello

>Would be great to put that little tip in a faq!

Its a bit flaky, it works but you have to off the sequencer tab and back so I
haven't shouted about it ...

Chris.


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