Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving a slideshow template, part of Lightroom 4: Image Sharing.
So, I've taken the time to create and fine-tune a slideshow. …I had selected images that I wanted to use in the slideshow. …I used a template as the basis of that slideshow. …And then I fine-tuned the settings over on the right panel in the Slideshow …Module in order to adjust the appearance and the actual playback for that slideshow. …I've also previewed the slideshow and I'm happy with the way things have turned …out, so I'm ready to present it to a real audience. …But before I do that, I want to make sure that I've saved my slideshow so that I …can very easily get back to it later in case I want to make changes or I've just …switched back and had another task to perform.…
I'l go ahead, and first, select all of the images on the filmstrip, so that I …can include those images in my saved slideshow. …I'll then click the Create Saved Slideshow button at the top of the …Preview area. That will bring up a Create Slideshow dialog. …I can give the slideshow a name. I'll just call this, Small Town Details, …
- Selecting images for sharing
- Using collections for sharing
- Creating a watermark or identity plate
- Publishing and exporting
- Creating photo books and slideshows
- Printing photos
- Web photo galleries
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sharing Basics
2. Publishing and Exporting
3. Creating Photo Books
4. Creating Slideshows
5. Printing Photos
6. Web Photo Galleries
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