Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Wondershare Flash Gallery
The Photo Slideshow in this post is of a recent holiday to Warnambool in Victoria Australia. We photoshopped our pictures, and then used Wondershare Flash Gallery Factory Deluxe to make the Slideshow.
Note that the Slideshow starts automatically, and so if you hear strange music while watching the YouTube videos, you will need to scroll down to the flash slideshow and pause it.
We then made a two part Tutorial about how to use Wondershare Slideshow maker. The Tutorial videos have been uploaded to YouTube.
Here is Part 1 of the "Wondershare Flash Gallery Factory Deluxe" Tutorial.
(Note that in the bottom right hand corner of the YouTube player, you can change the resolution from "360p" or "480p" up to "720HD" and watch this video full screen in High Definition).
Here is Part 2 of the Tutorial Video. (Note that in the bottom right hand corner you can change the resolution from "360p" or "480p" up to "720HD" and watch this video full screen in High Definition).
The following Wondershare slideshow contains the finished Slideshow from the Tutorial.
(Note that it is quite a big slideshow and may take quite a while to load in).
We also found that the Slideshow plays "glitchy" on our Blog sometimes and restarts before the correct ending. However, on our Webpage full size link, it works fine. In the past we have only done slideshows up to 5 Meg in size, whereas this one is 9 Meg, and so maybe this is a problem. Also the music does not last the full slideshow. It all seems to be an internet connection speed problem, and not a Wondershare problem.
If you would like to see the above slideshow full size, then click on this link: http://www.passyworld.com/passyHTMLs/WBoolPhotos
If you want to know more about how to make Wondershare slideshows using their great Flash application, then click the link below:
and then under Products and Digital Photo Tools locate "Flash Gallery Factory Deluxe".
(We have been using this particular product for a while here on our Blog site and highly recommend it).
If you are an Apple user, then you probably cannot see the Flash slideshow. So we also filmed it with Camtasia 7.1 and uploaded it to YouTube.
Here is the finished Holiday Slideshow video on YouTube:
It sure is a wonderful Wondershare world.
Big Passy Wasabi