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Does anyone know what video formats Photos Show will use? I just found a site that offers free standard definition videos for download, www.istockmoments.com, and the video specs say Quicktime with Photo Jpeg codec. I read up that's pretty universal and should work with most programs. Their HD high definition videos also are Quicktime Photo Jpeg. Wanted to try them out too. It's only $1 for the high definition stuff, so what the heck right? But wanted to see if anyone had any insight first. Thanks in advance.

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Do you really know anything about PhotoShow? Perhaps you should loook into Creator - Edit Video Advanced. PhotoShow is an all inclusive canned program to show off images (photos) with very short videos added as required. It includes web space if you want to share with friends.

 

Are any of those stock footages less than 50 mb? That is the max size for putting into a PhotoShow. I don't know of any stock footage that would be applicable.

 

Download the free trial of PhotoShow and then read the help menu.

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I just learned about PhotoShow from a friend. I've been using other programs for my slideshows, such as Pro Show Gold, but always looking for other programs that may make it more streamlined and offer more options. I don't have a lot of experience with PhotoShow other than reading the specs on the site. The specs aren't very detailed regarding what types of video it will take. Looks like sharing videos with online friends is the next big thing rather than just putting it on a dvd. I didn't know the max video file size was 50mb. That may not work. Haven't downloaded it yet, but there are 3 different versions and I think I saw specs saying the pro version can handle the video sizes. Not sure about HD as the high definition videos I've been downloading from istockmoments.com are quite big in size. I guess I'll just have to test on my own. Thanks for the input.

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I just learned about PhotoShow from a friend. I've been using other programs for my slideshows, such as Pro Show Gold, but always looking for other programs that may make it more streamlined and offer more options. I don't have a lot of experience with PhotoShow other than reading the specs on the site. The specs aren't very detailed regarding what types of video it will take. Looks like sharing videos with online friends is the next big thing rather than just putting it on a dvd. I didn't know the max video file size was 50mb. That may not work. Haven't downloaded it yet, but there are 3 different versions and I think I saw specs saying the pro version can handle the video sizes. Not sure about HD as the high definition videos I've been downloading from istockmoments.com are quite big in size. I guess I'll just have to test on my own. Thanks for the input.

 

As far as I know, PhotoShow does not accept any HD videos. I know nothing about "photo jpeg" but I am pretty sure that it is not "universal". Photoshow is basically a "slideshow" program. Why do you want to clutter it with all sorts of videos?

 

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Pixelz and friend (thinkerbell) are both from the same area and suddenly they are saying that the linked site is the greatest thing since white bread. It look more and more like spam just to get people ot go to that site.

 

Pixelz knows nothing about PhotoShow as shown by the reference to three versions.

 

Pixelz, go away and bother someone else.

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