Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting for the web, part of Creative Slideshows with Aperture.
Our last export option is putting the file out for web. It's a pretty…straightforward process and it really depends what your goals are. Are you…trying to hit a broadband audience or a lower quality?…Let's take a quick look through.…With a slideshow selected, you can go ahead and click the Export button.…I would then recommend the following presets.…Apple TV is going to be broadly compatible with sites like YouTube and Vimeo.…
If you're trying to target a much lower connection audience, drop on down to…Custom, and this is where you can change the width and height.…For more compatibility on the web, you'll probably drop down to MPEG-4, and lower…the quality into the range of medium or low.…Again, if going for YouTube or Vimeo, stick with the Apple TV preset.…Otherwise go ahead and drop down to Custom and load in MPEG-4 and reduce…the height and quality.…
If needed you could even drop the frame rate to give a much smaller file. When…you're ready, give it a name, target a destination and click Export.…
- 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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