[Digikam-users] Save advanced slideshow?
samuel.gilbert at usherbrooke.ca
Tue Apr 9 04:41:56 BST 2013
Thank you for the information. I am running DK 3.1.0 on Archlinux, but I can
not find the "Extras". Checked that all the kipi-plugins are indeed active,
and yet, I can not find "Extras" or "Export to Video Slide Show". Where can it
be found? Is it possible that this is a compile time option?
On 2013-04-08 19:26:20 Den wrote:
> Hello Samuel,
> never worked with slideshows before, but perhaps my findings can help
> you in some way. You can export a slideshow by Extras -> Export to
> Video Slide Show. There you can choose the pictures to be shown, set
> effects and so on. Using the video settings you can specify type and
> file name of the video and afterwards can export it by pressing "Convert".
> The advanced slideshow seems indeed to be for display only. Would be
> cool to export this to a video file, I agree...
> To further improve your workflow easier you should choose you 200
> pictures in the main DK window instead within the slideshow window:
> - search for the pictures and mark them, e.g. by a color or flag
> filter or by giving them a tag
> - you can then filter your Database for your desired (marked) pictures
> - Ctrl+A to choose them
> - "Extras -> Export to Video Slide Show" will put only the chosen ones
> to the slideshow
> - change the order, effects and so on and then convert them to a video
> For me that worked fine with a little Ogg test video with 50 pictures
> from 7 different albums.
> Hope that helped a bit.
> Am 03.04.2013 05:48, schrieb Samuel Gilbert:
> > Hello,
> > I want to make a slideshow of about 200 pictures out of over 13000
> > pictures
> > contained in at least 4 different albums. The order in which I present
> > images is important. Given the amount of work involved in the selection
> > and ordering of the pictures, it's clear that I won't be able to do this
> > in just one evening.
> > The Advanced slideshow does offer ordering and the ability to add pictures
> > from different albums, but I found no way to save the slideshow.
> > Furthermore, the interface is not too convenient. Why do I have to
> > select files when the main DK window presents a nice logical view?
> > Is there way achieve what I wan to do?
> > Cheers,
> > Samuel
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