- View Offline
- Exercise Files
- Rating and sorting images
- Creating a Smart Album
- Creating a slideshow with a preset
- Adding a secondary audio track
- Adjusting Ken Burns moves for individual slides
- Trimming a video clip
- Customizing transitions
- Timing transitions to music
- Playing back from Aperture
- Exporting slideshows
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, my name is Rich Harrington and today I'd like to show you how to get more done with Apple Aperture, specifically creating slideshows. Now, slideshows are a fun way to share your images with friends and family, and if you're a professional photographer, it's an essential way to get feedback on your images and allows you to make presentations to prospective clients or other students. Slideshows in Aperture are fun and easy and you're gonna find today that you can use easy presets or completely customize whatever you'd like to accomplish.
We've got a lot to cover, so I'd like to welcome you and let's jump right in.
1. An Overview of Creating Slideshows
Why create slideshows?1m 17s
2. Gathering Your Slides
3. Gathering Your Slides
4. Setting up a Custom Slideshow
5. Customizing Individual Slides
6. Working with Video Slides
7. Adding and Customizing Transitions
Timing transitions to music6m 13s
8. Sharing a Slideshow Movie
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