Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding music to a slideshow, part of Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 04 Creative Effects and Projects.
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Adding music to a slide show can really set the mood to accompany your photos.…I'm going to add some music to this slide show that we've been building…throughout this chapter.…To add music, I'll go to the Add Media button at the top of the slide…show editor, and I'm going to choose to add audio that's already in my…Elements Organizer.…When you create a catalog, by default, there are some sample music clips that…are imported into your catalog.…If you don't happen to have any audio clips in your catalog, then you can choose…Audio from Folder, and you can look out in your operating system for any audio…clips you may have there.…
I'll go with Audio from Elements Organizer, and that opens the Add Audio dialog…box, where I see a list of the audio clips in my catalog.…I can preview any of these by selecting it, and clicking the Play button.…(music playing)…And then I'll click Stop to stop that preview.…I'm going to start with a more classic piece of music.…I'll go with this Bach_Two_Part_Invention.…
- Building slideshows with text, graphics, and music
- Creating a photo book
- Making a photo calendar
- Outputting a photo greeting card
- Customizing a photo collage
- Adding and editing text
- Combining photos
- Adding filters and preset effects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creative Photo Effects in Expert Edit
2. Creative Graphic Effects in Expert Edit
3. Slideshows (Windows Only)
Adding music to a slideshow5m 24s
4. Photo Books
5. Photo Calendars
6. Photo Greeting Cards
7. Photo Collages
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