transitions



Sandboe
07-09-2005, 10:34 PM
I figured out how to fade from one image to the next.... is there other
choices from going from one print to the next..if so where is that option???
I Love what I can do with this program.... now if I can get the pictures to
be crisp and not fuzzy.
Sandy

Graham Hughes
07-09-2005, 10:34 PM
If you are using still images, have a look at the free programme photostory
3 from microsoft, as it deals with stills much better than MM, which is
really a video editor. Sticking with MM, make you pictures 640x480, not very
hi res, but not low either, bitmaps are better thean jpegs, MM only previews
in low res, so you cannot take this as the final output.
Transitions, along the top of the open window, you have file, edit etc...
Under this there should be a white box with collections in it, use the down
arrow and pcik transitions.
--
Graham Hughes
MVP Digital Media
www.myvideoproblems.co.uk
www.dvds2treasure.com
www.simplydv.com


"Sandboe" <Sandboe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AB42CCED-F508-4ADE-819C-4FCAD920DBBD@microsoft.com...
>I figured out how to fade from one image to the next.... is there other
> choices from going from one print to the next..if so where is that
> option???
> I Love what I can do with this program.... now if I can get the pictures
> to
> be crisp and not fuzzy.
> Sandy

Rehan
07-09-2005, 10:34 PM
Graham Hughes wrote:
....
> Transitions, along the top of the open window, you have file, edit etc...
> Under this there should be a white box with collections in it, use the down
> arrow and pcik transitions.

Unless the OP is using Movie Maker 1. Transitions and Effects came with
version 2.

Sandboe, if this is the case you need to to update windows xp to Service
Pack 2 or download just the version 2 from www.download.com.



--
Rehan
MS MVP (Digital Media)
www.rehanfx.org -- get effects & transitions for MM2


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