Am using trial period to evaluate the program before buying and am creating a large slideshow. I somehow imposed some panning effects on all pictures inadvertently and want to remove them all and possibly apply to individual shots. How do I do this, i.e. remove effects throughout the slideshow?
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To answer your question: first, make sure you are in the timeline view. Select the first transition, right-click on the transition symbol (see the screenshot below) and on the menu that opens select "Cut". This will remove the transition and that symbol will become an "A|B" box. Right-click again on this symbol and select the option "Apply to all the objects in the track" or "Apply to all following objects in the track". Done! You can then set the transitions on individual slides as you wish.
I have finally completed at least an acceptable 45 min. slideshow, complete with music (my own) and text inserts and captions. It has been an amazing learning experience and I have enjoyed it all. I have many other slideshows to put together, so, after my trial period ends, I will be purchasing the program and look forward to learning a great deal more.
I cannot find a way to apply the same transition to all slides. I have tried right clicking once, twice and no option to apply to all.What am I doing wrong or must I apply to all 57 slides individually? Thank you for any light you might shed on my dilemma.
Photostory has a button that you can click back and forth between storyboard and timeline. When I Click from timeline to storyboard, it is blank. When I click back to timeline there is no option to set a chosen transition to all slides at once.