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New way to look at your slides

Posted by mikethegardencoach USDA 10, Sunset 24 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 25, 09 at 12:08

I have found a brand new, killer web site that turns my digital photos into a digital slide show complete with a synchronized sound track. You can make your own short 30-second videos for free. The software uses artificial intelligence to replace the human video editor, and you get some outrageous results. I put up a number of videos made from slides and video clips on the web site below.

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Here is a link that might be useful: Digital Slide Show

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RE: New way to look at your slides

wow. I went to this site, and in no time, I made a short video. thanks

check out my web site.

Here is a link that might be useful: barbara pots & plants

RE: New way to look at your slides

Hi, Barbara
I'm glad you tried it it. It is super simple and gives you something unique.

I checked out your site and you have a lot of neat pictures to work with. I bet you could do some neat slide shows of just your plumed grasses, succulents and floral studies.

I found that you have more control over video clips than I thought. I put in some video clips of the (almost) finished community garden in the latest update to one movie - it sort of symbolizes the garden coming to life, or something along those lines ;) Check it out - it's in the link below...

Here is a link that might be useful: An updated community garden video

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