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Changing Slide Length After Loading To Video Feature?


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Hi -

 

I hope someone can help. My classes' preschool graduation is in less that 24 hours!

 

I compiled all of the images into a slideshow and did not realize that I had to select the slide length in the slideshow feature. I have uploaded it into the videowave program to create the DVD and it is too long.

 

Without starting from scratch, is there a way to change each slide length in the videowave program?

 

Thanks,

Nicole

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Hi -

 

I hope someone can help. My classes' preschool graduation is in less that 24 hours!

 

I compiled all of the images into a slideshow and did not realize that I had to select the slide length in the slideshow feature. I have uploaded it into the videowave program to create the DVD and it is too long.

 

Without starting from scratch, is there a way to change each slide length in the videowave program?

 

Thanks,

Nicole

 

How do you define too long? Size or too long for the alloted time on the program? Above what is it? the project or the video file?

 

You cannot adjust the length of the finished slide show unless you want to run it "faster". Any music would be a problem unless it is just a small adjustment.

If you have a video file (avi or mpg2) then adjust the speed. Select the video and right click on it and select trim. Higher numbers are faster.

 

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If you have the original project (yourname.dmsm) , load it into Video Wave and work from there. Right click on any of the images and select "trim". Change to the length you want and then apply to all. Warning, you may also want to change the transition duration. If you have any music, that will have to be adjusted. Any text that is not on the internal track will also have to be changed.

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