Question about Elmo Projectors TRV-35H Slide Projector
Yes and no. Photographic slides are film positives printed as transparencies, At one time there were kits available for printing or typing slides on transparent acetate material but I have not seen these for years. Two ways to create slides now:
1 Take the slides with a 35mm camera and have them processed. Expensive.
2. Create the graphics/images on computer and send the digital file to a conversion house that will make the images into slides. Also expensive. Much easier to go the othwer way - slide to video or slide to digital images via a scanner.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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Captivate creates a single filestream of each audio clip you add your project. As you make changes to the audio, such as replace the audio on a given slide with a different audio clip, Captivate sometimes ignores your new clip and does not embed or include it in the main audio stream. I experienced many headaches with this issue until I stumbled on a fix that works for pretty much all Captivate audio problems.
Open your original Captivate file that you are experiencing audio problems with. Then in a separate Captivate session, create a new BLANK project with the same screen size settings as your original Captivate file. One by one copy the files from your original into the new blank project. Afterwards you may have to adjust some of your objects on your timeline for a slide or two. Uusually I don't have to do this step unless I have several clickbox items. Once you have copied and adjusted all your slides, save the file and publish. This resolves your audio problems.
Why does this work? I suspect that it creates an entirely new main audio filestream as you copy and past the individual slides for the new Captivate file. I stimbled across this after trying to fix my audio problems by copying all the slides from my original and pasting into a new blank project in one operation. That did not work, then I thought of trying to eliminate the old main audio filestream by this method. Afterwards I repeated this action on all my Captivate projects with audio problems and it fixed all of them.
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