Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Controlling a slideshow, part of Creative Slideshows with Aperture.
In our last movie I shared several keyboard shortcuts for controlling a slideshow.…I would like to just recap those here in one quick list.…To invoke the Play Slideshow command, just press Shift+S. While the slideshow is…playing if you need to pause it you could press the Spacebar, to restart it just…press the Spacebar again.…If you're using a manual control slideshow, or one that you'd like to take out of…automatic pilot, you can use the right arrow key to advance to the next slide.…
Pressing the left arrow key will take you backwards, and when you're all done…with the presentation just press the Escape key to exit.…So you see those shortcuts are pretty straightforward.…If you've ever used a program like Apple Keynote or Microsoft PowerPoint, they…should seem pretty familiar.…Let's go on and talk about customizing the presets to get a little but more of a…custom action that matches your own personal style.…
- 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
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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