Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Creative Slideshows with Aperture.
You may have access to exercise files on the lynda.com web site.…If you do, just click on the Exercise Files tab and download them for these exercises.…Once you have downloaded the files and unzipped them, place them on your Desktop…and then use the following instructions.…You can go ahead and hold down the Option key and click on the Aperture icon to open it up.…When you do, you'll have the choice to choose a library that you'd like to use.…
Now I usually click on the Library Name to make it easier to see all of my options.…In this case my default library is selected, if you've downloaded and opened up…the exercise files, Aperture will detect other Aperture libraries on your system.…And you'll want to select the Creative Slideshows Library 01 Start.…When you do that and click Choose, Aperture will launch and the photos that we…are going to use for today's exercises will be selected.…
If you don't have access to the lesson files, you're more than welcome to use…your own photos to complete these exercises.…
- 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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