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tommyqh
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Apr 02, 2009 11:52 |  #1

what kind of program can i use to create slide shows like this? http://www.emotionmedi​a.com/ (external link)

i don't think this can be done in MS powerpoint


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Apr 02, 2009 11:59 |  #2

tommyqh wrote in post #7652159 (external link)
what kind of program can i use to create slide shows like this? http://www.emotionmedi​a.com/ (external link)

WOW, there is some nice work on that site. I'm not sure how to make the slide shows, but thanks for the link.
Tom


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Apr 02, 2009 12:26 |  #3

A number of packages from Adobe After Effects to Proshow Producer (maybe Gold). Powerpoint hasn't a snowflakes chance in hell of producing anything like that ;). Some shows use Pseudo 3D which is something AE can do and not Proshow.

If you use After Effects then you can get this stuff to help, they use similar in the presentations:

http://www.videocopilo​t.net/products/evoluti​on/ (external link)

They also use other graphics design elements such as calligraphic ornaments which are readily available from Shutterstock if you can't use Illustrator. Aridi also sell similar calligraphic ornaments as well. Grunge backgrounds are something you can do yourself in Photoshop (or any other editor) all you need is a camera and patience to find some old fabric around such as brickwork, paper, concrete etc. Again VideoCopilot offer a package with textures and effects.

You'll also need access to well written stock music as well, which has been posted about on this site. Alternatively you could contact some local bands...

There is some nicely choreographed work on that site. It's similar to what I've done in the past for clients.


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Apr 02, 2009 12:38 |  #4

Faolan wrote in post #7652376 (external link)
A number of packages from Adobe After Effects to Proshow Producer (maybe Gold). Powerpoint hasn't a snowflakes chance in hell of producing anything like that ;). Some shows use Pseudo 3D which is something AE can do and not Proshow.

If you use After Effects then you can get this stuff to help, they use similar in the presentations:

http://www.videocopilo​t.net/products/evoluti​on/ (external link)

They also use other graphics design elements such as calligraphic ornaments which are readily available from Shutterstock if you can't use Illustrator. Aridi also sell similar calligraphic ornaments as well. Grunge backgrounds are something you can do yourself in Photoshop (or any other editor) all you need is a camera and patience to find some old fabric around such as brickwork, paper, concrete etc. Again VideoCopilot offer a package with textures and effects.

You'll also need access to well written stock music as well, which has been posted about on this site. Alternatively you could contact some local bands...

There is some nicely choreographed work on that site. It's similar to what I've done in the past for clients.

thanks for your detailed review.


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Apr 02, 2009 12:48 |  #5

My pleasure, I will warn you If you go the After Effects route you will need a powerful system with a lot of RAM. Especially when you go the pseudo 3D route, also it's probably one of the hardest packages I've ever come across to learn!

This said it's probably one of the industry standards for when it comes to video compositing, it's just a bit over the top for this in many ways! :D


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Apr 04, 2009 09:57 as a reply to  @ Faolan's post |  #6

I dont know, but I can do that in Pro Show Producer......I will post al link later...


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Apr 04, 2009 10:27 as a reply to  @ DONHFOTO's post |  #7

That's a very cool presentation. A service I recently started using is animoto.
It's a pretty slick program.
I have a couple of examples on my site
http://www.idahomemori​es.com/video-photo-albums (external link)


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