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Le 2010-12-27 08:51, drew a écrit :
On Mon, 2010-12-27 at 01:01 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-12-27 00:33, drew a écrit :
On Sun, 2010-12-26 at 04:55 -0500, drew wrote:

I was thinking about marketing materials - specifically about a small
looping video for trade show booths or on a the lap top of a meet-up
organizer - and went ahead and did something with the thought.

Made a few adjustments from yesterdays file. A little jerky but it's
about the pace I had in mind - any suggestions, comments, etc?

I find that the slides are still too fast for anyone to read through
comfortably. They should really be slowed down enough for people to read
as well as digest for a second or two. The final slide is OK as it just
reiterates the previous slides of the manifesto.

Hi Marc

Try downloading it again

I've slowed it down and altered the opening slightly..


Hi Drew:

* IMO, slides 1-2 seem to fade in too fast, I would slow it down.
* I still think that you should leave more time on slides 3-6 (all those with black backgrounds) as there is not enough time to read through before the slide goes on to another. The time should be increase in the static area (not at the fade-in, fade-out section)
* slide 7 manifesto seems OK
* slides 8-10 should match slide 1-2 speed



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