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Old Oct 1, 2009, 2:02 PM   #1
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Default PicturesToExe and MacIntosh, etc...

The latest version of PicturesToExe (PTE 6.0) which is now released will create native MacIntosh executable code so that Mac users who have Intel based MacIntosh computers running OS 10.4 or better and using Bootcamp, etc., can create their own incredible slideshows.

This is a first for a powerful Windows presentation slideshow program. PicturesToExe will eventually have a full MacIntosh version, but right now, both Windows users and Mac users can output full resolution slideshows in either Windows or MacIntosh native executable code.

In addition, the new version of PTE has some amazing new features such as 3D Transform, fully vectorized fonts, multi-display support, customizable windows, customizable help screens, the ability to create borders, 3D shadows, custom canvas (non-destructive cropping), internal mask creation, etc., etc.

To see a low resolution example on Vimeo, click below:

http://vimeo.com/6844405

This demo shows a number of animations and possibilities for slideshows with PTE including 3D transformation, OOB (out of bounds) photos, reflections, masking animations, a uniquely animated Panos FX watch, snow animations, water animations, Earth rotating on its axis while orbiting a rotating Sun, etc., etc.

To see a full MacIntosh or Windows executable version which is, of course, vastly better than the Vimeo demo, email me for details and I'll post a link for you:

lin@learntomakeslideshows.net

The Windows and native MacIntosh versions require a decent video card and system resources, but the Flash version on Vimeo should be decent for about any system.

Best regards,

Lin

Last edited by Lin Evans; Nov 5, 2009 at 9:06 AM.
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