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Re: Costly 'Newsletters' are Changing... to Free 'Articles' 3/21/2008 1:33:31 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi PapaJohn I hope that the Newsletters Archive will still be open for some time to come. I never kept copies you see, the Archives that was my technical Library, complete and better organized than my hard disk(s). Well I guess I will read about it in the morning. John

Re: Issue #193 - vimeo 3/15/2008 4:29:44 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi PapaJohn Superb, this publicity for the PhotoStoryMagic channel and for Vimeo in general and great technical content too Two little remarks though: - this Vimeo reply is partly hiding a part of the original text - it might have been usefull to add (aka JL4VIDEO) behind my name Wouldn't it be nice to send a complementary issue to the other early PSM channel subscribers? John

Re: Photo Story 3 & Vista 5/6/2007 3:41:36 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Good news: with Vista you don’t need this Sonic plugin any more !!! Just render your story (with an appropriate encoder profile), check the resulting WMV file using Windows Media Player, and if it’s OK import this file into DVDMaker (which is delivered as part of the Vista operating system) This DVDMaker is very userfriendly and will finish its tasks (transcoding, authoring and burning) in no-time, and a very fine job it does !!! As a matter of fact I made my first DVDs on my brand ...

Re: Photo Story 3 & Vista 5/6/2007 4:37:54 PM   (Total replies: 0)
OK, I got the Premium version, so you think that I may see something coming soon? For the time being I keep my old laptop with XP in standby for this and a few other (unrelated) problems

Re: More than one photostory on DVD? 4/30/2008 1:43:42 PM   (Total replies: 1)
For this job I have been using NeroVision for more than 2 years now without major problems. You can have several stories on one DVD, which are called "titles" here and each title can be divided into chapters if you like. This is a two layer menu structure and each menus can be personalized according to your taste

Re: * A PS3 Newbie's Experience. . . the good, and the not-so good. * 8/9/2008 9:14:00 AM   (Total replies: 1)
1) you are going to use NeroVision (which version?) GOOD! If never fails whereas the Sonic plug-in ... well ... and it has got more possibilities 2) here is the workflow as I see it: - create your project and save it from time to time - PS3 will ask WHERE and under which name - don't accept the defaults and write down the choosen settings - this is the so-called projectfile : filename.wp3 - render your project using the standard profile 4 for PC (1024 x 768) (°) and let PS3 write the ...

Re: * A PS3 Newbie's Experience. . . the good, and the not-so good. * 8/27/2008 11:12:11 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Re: * A PS3 Newbie's Experience. . . the good, and the not-so good. * Message: Back again -- and, um, nope, pippa: Harrison Ford isn't in it. Or then again, he might be, the way things are going with PhotoStory 3! OK. Following the SUPERB ADVICE on here from Greg and JL4Video I have now finally got the second PS3 project onto DVD. >>> DID YOU FOLLOW EXACTLY THE WORKFLOW AS I DESCRIBED BEFORE ??? WHICH VERSION OF NEROVIDION YOU USED ??? I used my Nero OEM software and then ...

Re: * A PS3 Newbie's Experience. . . the good, and the not-so good. * 7/31/2008 6:06:58 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi there flickflack First of all : Welcome to the Photostory Club Maybe you should first visit Vimeo on the internet, where we have created a special channel for PS3 users: http://www.vimeo.com/PhotoStoryMagic You can find there a gallery with 164 videos, most of them in HD (720p), proving that when using PS3 "the sky is the limit". Of course it took us all a lot of "blood sweat and tears", but for every problem there is an answer on the internet, if you go and look for it: this forum, ...

Re: WOW!... PS3 is exactly what I needed... but, I have a couple of quick questions.. please save me some time. 7/31/2008 5:29:49 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Thanks Greg, I went through all this stuff about a year ago at the request of some of my students, but I didn't find the link immediately when I was writing my answer to this post. Coming back to another issue: I have used the Xilisoft Video Converter a couple of times and I must say it is absolutely fabulous, but I think it is not freeware (I got it free on the "giveawayoftheday" website a few weeks ago. But who wants to upload a fine high quality video to youtube where the playback ...

Re: WOW!... PS3 is exactly what I needed... but, I have a couple of quick questions.. please save me some time. 8/1/2008 1:20:18 AM   (Total replies: 1)
You're welcome And indeed most of the free services on internet are limited to non-commercial use. You can find some information about video hosting pay-sites (e.g. MyDeo) on PapaJohn's website. If you have to use YouTube then you should consider Xilisoft HD video converter

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