Using and displaying wizards -- Chill Out Program

rans-douglas wrote on 8/2/2021, 8:07 PM

I have 162 slides for presentation. Realize that wizard will only auto create 99 slides. Thus, I divided the project into two shows 81 slides each. I wish them to run back to back as a continuous loop (for a wedding rehearsal dinner), but cannot figure out how to make them run continously, back to back, as an uninterrupted loop. Any suggestions?

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johnebaker wrote on 8/3/2021, 5:05 AM

@rans-douglas

Hi and welcome to the forum.

How you control the looping depends on the media and player you are using.

  1. Export as video files

    The looping is dependent on the file player being used - most have an option to load one or more videos and play them as a loop.
     
  2. DVD or BluRay disc

    In the Disc creation menu - see image below, select the Edit tab (1), double click the slideshow icon (2) and select loop mode (3).

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browj2 wrote on 8/3/2021, 6:52 AM

@rans-douglas

Hi,

Why don't you just put them all on the timeline?

If you made the 2 slideshows in the same project but in separate movies, then simply copy all from the second movie, and paste at the end of the first movie.

If you have 2 separate projects, open the first one, then open the second, but instead of closing the already open project, select Add to the existing project. It will be added as a separate movie. Then do what I indicated above. You can then delete the second movie.

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browj2 wrote on 11/25/2021, 8:38 AM

@Dorisma

Are you a spammer?

You obviously know nothing about the program in question.

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emmrecs wrote on 11/25/2021, 5:36 PM

@browj2 

Are you a spammer?

I fear so, now blocked permanently.

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