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Adobe Premier Elements is a great tool for you to use in doing this,It is useful for creating slideshows with music from your digital photo albums.
Open Adobe Premier Elements and import all the images, title and soundtracks you will use to create your slideshow. It is best to select all of the photos first and put them in a separate folder so you can easily find them and import them into Adobe Premier Elements.
Select all the photos and click "open." This will put all the images into the sceneline in the order they were selected. Use the mouse to select and move the images into the correct area in the sceneline.
Click on the timeline tab. Do not panic; your images are there, but since they are single images they have been placed as .002 seconds. In order to use the timeline stretch tool, first select the timeline tab and zoom out on the timeline until you can see and select the individual images. Select each image and using the timeline stretch tool set the time as 5 seconds. This is a starting point; when you run your slideshow you may want 7 or 8 seconds for each image or you may want to feature an image by having it on the screen longer.
Click on the titles and transitions icon and select a title format you want for the show. Drag the title to the front of the sceneline and edit the text in the monitor window. Do the same for the end title. The next step is to go back to the timeline and use the stretch tool to set the screen time for the titles at 5 seconds. Remember to save your movie after each step!
Now let's add the music in the same way. Make sure you are using music you own the rights to or music that is in the public domain like this little ditty from Mississippi John Hurt. Add the music first in the sceneline. In the timeline edit the length of the music clip so that it fits your slideshow. In many cases the music will be too long and you will need to drag the right arrow handle so the music is the same length as your slideshow. Once you have edited the length, use the fade out button on the effects panel or just use the handles to fade the music out, unless it is an exact fit with the images. When you are done, export the slideshow movie to a format of your choice using the export feature.
Follow the above procedure to create a slideshow with tag pictures and music.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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