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    mark2uk
    mark2uk  8739 forum posts England8 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 12:06 PM

    Does anyone know if it possible to move an elements 5 slide show (currently under construction) to a new machine?
    I believe I will have to start again..........Sad

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    mark2uk
    mark2uk  8739 forum posts England8 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 4:20 PM

    Anyone.......?

    mdpontin
    mdpontin  106016 forum posts Scotland
    26 Nov 2007 - 5:00 PM

    Can't say I do, Mark. Sorry. Anyone else?

    Doug

    digicammad
    digicammad  1121988 forum posts United Kingdom37 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 5:02 PM

    I'm sure there must be. Best thing to do is open Windows Explorer and do a filename search of all your disks (starting with C) to see if you can find anything with the name you have called your slideshow.

    HTH

    Ian

    Henchard
    Henchard  92744 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 5:10 PM

    Sorry I don't use elements but it's almost certain that you can save your work and your final published version. You certainly can in version 6

    see here

    and

    here


    then just copy the files to your new computer

    Last Modified By Henchard at 26 Nov 2007 - 5:10 PM
    mark2uk
    mark2uk  8739 forum posts England8 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 7:14 PM

    Thanks for the suggestions guys.

    Have done some further investigation and it appears I can't. The slide show doesn't actually exist until I finalise it, after which I can't edit it.

    Serves me right for upgrading to a bigger and better machine I suppose.

    Mark

    Carabosse
    Carabosse e2 Member 1139444 forum postsCarabosse vcard England269 Constructive Critique Points
    26 Nov 2007 - 7:17 PM

    I've always used video-editing software to create stills slide shows.

    You may find you have the freebie Windows Movie Maker 2 on your PC. That'll do the job.

    collywobles
    27 Nov 2007 - 9:01 AM

    Just a thought. Why can you not at least save all the photo's in a single Folder, there at least you have them all easily at hand to just create a new show on the new PC.

    mark2uk
    mark2uk  8739 forum posts England8 Constructive Critique Points
    27 Nov 2007 - 11:30 AM

    Thanks everyone.
    Collywobbles that is what I ended up doing last night.
    Started work on the new slide show and because of the new pc was able to progress much faster. I've caught up to where I was.

    Mark

    collywobles
    27 Nov 2007 - 4:04 PM

    Just out of interest. I recently bought a Canon Camcorder. In my stills photography I use Photoshop CS, has anyone any experience of what Video Editing Software is useful out there. Windows Movie Maker and Pinnacle spring to mind. Colin

    Last Modified By collywobles at 27 Nov 2007 - 4:05 PM
    Carabosse
    Carabosse e2 Member 1139444 forum postsCarabosse vcard England269 Constructive Critique Points
    27 Nov 2007 - 5:19 PM

    Adobe Premiere Elements is similar to Photoshop Elements, i.e. about 90% of the functionality for a small fraction of the price!

    collywobles
    28 Nov 2007 - 8:49 AM

    Thanks CB, I will check it out.

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