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auto-shuffle of pictures in Picture Package

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by the cp, May 14, 2005.

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  1. the cp

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    i'm running win xp, using the 'sony picture package' autoslide to make a slideshow of pictures for my girlfriend's graduation party....

    does anybody know how i can make Picture Package NOT shuffle the pictures? ive got all the pictures named numerically, baby pictures starting at 001 and pictures taken last week are up around 200.....

    well, when i make the slideshow, it shuffled them up, and i dont want it to do that.... if anybody can help me with this ASAP i would greatly appreciate it....
     
  2. moper

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    Is this slideshow to be viewed on the computer? If so, may I suggest Irfanview . It is small, and free, but does an amazing amount of things. In slideshow mode, you can select from many sorting orders(default is no sort), by clicking the Advanced button.
    Open Irfanview
    Click File
    Click Slideshow
    Select(Highlight) your pics on the right
    Click Add
    Check 'Loop Slideshow', if you want it to repeat.
    Uncheck 'Show Text'
    Click Play
    Press F11 or Esc to stop


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  3. the cp

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    nevermind... i gave 'picture package' the big F U

    i got the slideshow to work using windows movie maker..... for once an XP standard that works well....
     
  4. the cp

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    see, thats the big thing.. i needed it to be saved as a video format so i could put it on a cd or dvd and play it on a dvd player/tv... ive already got irfanview, and its great...

    thanks for the reply anyway :)
     
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