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olutions look for the folder named Grids and Blocks ) Once a slide image file has been imported into the Asset Tab, it will be converted into an MPEG image when you build the project Scaling will automatically occur if you import an image that is NOT an exact match with an NTSC or PAL video resolution whether SD or HD When an image scales, the Background Color that has been set in the General Preferences pane (under Slideshows and Tracks ) will fill in the gaps in the image size
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WARNING! Image Scaling can cause some unusual image distortions, to say the least It is better to prepare your slide images using the size techniques in 15, and import standard sizes rather than relying on DVD Studio Pro to scale your images
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Figure 10-2a Drag a Folder of Graphics to a Menu to Make a Slideshow
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When you create a new DVD Studio Pro project, there is no default Slideshow created You may create a slideshow easily with the Menu Editor, if you are using the Basic Configuration
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This is a down and dirty quick way to get a slideshow, but you may prefer to build a Slideshow in the Slideshow Editor, using the more traditional methods As a first method, you can create an empty Slideshow, and then add media to it You will find this is easier to do in the Extended or Advanced Configuration, where you have access to the Outline Tab
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To Create a Slideshow in the Menu Editor
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Dragging images (or a Folder of them) to a Menu screen will create a Slideshow automatically (see Fig 10-2a)
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To Create an Empty Slideshow:
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Select in Menu: Project > Add to Project > Slideshow Click on the Add Slideshow button in the Toolbar (if visible) (see Fig 10-2b)
Figure 10-2b The Add Slideshow Tool (Cmd-K)
Type Command-K (
-K) on the keyboard
Click on the Add Slideshow Button at the bottom of the Menu Editor Window (if it is visible) Once you have created a new Slideshow item, it will appear inside of the Slideshows folder in the Outline Tab (see Fig 10-2c) Slideshows are numbered in the sequential order in which they are created, but can be easily renamed or resequenced at any time (see the section titled The Slideshow Inspector, later in this chapter)
TIP! At any time, pausing the cursor over any Slideshow in the Outline Tab and pausing there will display the tool tip, which indicates its current population In this case, Slideshow 1 is empty (see Fig 10-3)
To add assets into the Slideshow, double-click on the Slideshow entry in the Outline Tab to open the Slideshow Editor in its Tab You will also want access to the Asset Tab, the Palette, and/or the Finder Window, depending on where your slide images are located Also, open the Inspector You will use both the Slideshow Editor and the Inspector while creating Slideshows
Meet the Slideshow Editor
The Slideshow Editor (Fig 10-4) contains many powerful features that are now consolidated into a simple and concise control panel Along the top of the Slideshow Editor are the controls for: View: pop-up selects which slideshow to edit Transition: allows selection of a Transition effect (Transitions were added in DVD Studio Pro 3) Overall Audio well a drop bin for an overall soundtrack
Figure 10-2c A Slideshow in the Outline Tab
Convert to Track tool converts this slideshow into a Track useful if you wish to add multiple audio tracks or other Trackspecific features (-based Cell commands, and similar) Duration: a pop-up/text field to enter slide duration
Figure 10-3 Hold the cursor over the Slideshow to check its contents
Settings: pop-up this consists of four options: Fit to Audio spaces all slides evenly over the soundtrack
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Figure 10-4 The Slideshow Editor when empty
Fit to Slides trims audio file to fit total of slide durations Loop Audio loops the overall audio file if needed The above function only if an overall audio file has been added to the slideshow Manual Advance click to set Pause on all slides Sets the Pause attribute on all slides be aware that Pause will interrupt the overall audio playback The Slideshow Editor occupies the remainder of the window, and it is here you will build the sequence (event list) of slides to be shown The Editor uses multiple columns to display the attributes of each slide in the Slideshow: No the event number in the Slideshow sequence Image a thumbnail miniature of the slide graphic File the filename of the image file
Audio the name of any individual audio file used to accompany this individual slide (if any) Time the beginning time of this slide in the Slideshow Duration the duration of this slide need we say more Pause a checkbox that sets an Infinite Pause for this slide