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Probably the best idea would be to combine the songs into one mp3
    file-- unless you want to change songs at a particular slide.There is plenty of software out 
there that will let you do that.KeithOn 06/10/11 14:35, ycor wrote:Hello, Tom. I downloaded the 
complete list of guides from there earlier today. I have at
least got the song so that it will play through rather than restarting with each slide. It
is much better than the included help with the program - by far. Now I just have to figure
out how to insert another couple of songs behind the first one.

 Hi :)
I am not sure documentation will help but it might be good to skim through 
it i can't really 
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Thu, 6/10/11, ycor[hidden email]wrote:

From: ycor[hidden email]Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Adding a song to an Impress presentation
To: [hidden email]
Date: Thursday, 6 October, 2011, 1:20

Hey, thanks anyway. I've used Power Point quite a bit in the past, and in actuality Impress
has a ways to go to get "up to par". Now if I can figure out how to make it transition from
one song to another - which I would think should be easier than trying to figure out how to
get the slides into a video. Although, I think I've seen somewhere where that was done.
I also know that some PP presentations I get sent sometimes don't play the audio/song that I

know is supposed to be there. So there is some obvious differences.

 Hi Roxy,

I've used Impress and Power Point very, very little. I'm sorry I
couldn't be of better help here. Good Luck!!!!!!!


On 10/05/2011 07:31 PM, ycor wrote:Don,
I guess if I had pictures of each slide that would probably be the way I go, but they are
just simple slides I've done within Impress. They all use the same base slide with thenamestyped in 
one the slides.
I did just find some help within Impress that, I think, is what I'm looking to do. Now I
just have to go back and "re-time" each slide, as some where along the way I must have
inadvertently hit the "Apply to All Slides" button on a 4 second slide. So, we live and
learn. I hope I don't do that again.

� � � Hi Roxy,

I'm 95% Linux (Ubuntu), but part of the 5% left in windows is my video
editing program, which is Ulead. Te current version is called Corel
Video Studio I believe. Instead of capturing video to edit, I can just
put in pictures from my hard drive. The reason I still do this in
Windows is that I have about 300 songs I've purchased over the years
from so I can legally use it on the Internet, and it is
very easy to integrate the songs into the video. Here is a link for the
2011 Ag Progress Days Slide Show so you can see what it looks like doing
it this way: will help you know whether this method 
would work for you. You
could use larger pictures than I did. I wanted this to work for people
on slow connections also.


On 10/05/2011 05:49 PM, ycor wrote:Don,
This slide presentation will probably be about 100 slides long when I finish it - thoughitwill 
never really be finished. It is a listing, if you will, of the deceased alumni fromthesmall high 
school where I graduated. It currently starts with the class of 1919 and runstothe present. In most 
cases one slide contains each class, though there are some classesthatcover 2 pages. I have 3 or 4 
songs I'd like to use while the presentation is running -onestarting when the previous completes. 
And then starting back with the first one again.I'mnot sure how that would transfer over into a 
video program.

�  �  On 10/05/2011 04:43 PM, ycor wrote:Is there any way to add a song to the 2nd or 3rd slide of 
a presentation and
make it play through the rest of the presentation? Or when it gets through
to start playing another song until it gets through? And so on.

View this message in 
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I don't know the answer to your question with respect to Impress. But
something I have done is to make slide shows in my video editing program
by using pictures instead of actual video, and then adding narration and
background music. It worked quite well.


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