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Running Water

Posted by stardom (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 21, 07 at 12:13

Carol did this one with Nature Illusion, what did you think of the programme.
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RE: Running Water

Hazel that turned out beautiful. Here is one I just put together. Haven't really gotten the hang of it yet. It seems rather jumpy. But with the two times I worked with it I so far prefer Sqirlz. Maybe if I play around with it more. I still do not get why it won't play the .wav sound. It gives me the option and when I click on it to preview it is there.


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This is the one I did about a week ago.


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RE: Running Water

Hello Carol, if you have only used the programme twice, and produced such beautiful results, you have done really well. I think this programme is easier to use and produces better results. I have spoken to the company re: not being able to use the objects and music in Gif files, they inform me they are working on it.
For the sound effects you need to use PCM format, they say you can use sound recorder to convert (whatever that is).
I downloaded a free trial of the Switch converter programme, used it and it worked. Hazel


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Thank you Hazel. But don't you agree with the jumpiness? I must be doing something wrong. And what in the world is PCM format? Never heard of it.
Carol


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Did you cull the frames to keep to a smaller size? when I do that I get the jumpiness. Glad to know I am not the only idiot on the planet, I haven't got a clue what PCM format is, all I know is, when I convert from wav to PCM, it works. Hazel


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No I didn't, in fact it gives you option of saving it as a small, med., or custom file. I saved it at the size of the jpeg. You don't have sound with the above do you? If so I can't hear it.
Carol


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