20th August | Tutorial
We’re getting quite many enquiries about running MemoriesOnTV on Mac OSX. While MemoriesOnTV is designed to run only on Windows, you should be able to run it on Mac if you have a Windows emulation software (such as VirtualBox, Vmware Fusion, or Parallels) installed.
13th December | Tutorial
Let’s explore the masking and overlaying feature in more detail. We will see how masks and overlays can modify a photo’s look, and along the way, we will be creating some masks and overlays of our own to achieve some interesting effects.
11th December | Tutorial
In this tutorial, we will use the Masking and Overlaying capability in MemoriesOnTV 4 to create an interesting video disc menu.
10th December | Tutorial
With MemoriesOnTV 4, you can now create DVD motion menu with animated background and thumbnails. The process of creating motion menu is similar to that of a static menu. Instead of specifying pictures for your background or thumbnails, you specify video files (MPG, MOV, AVI) instead. (more…)
10th December | Tutorial
One of the exciting features in MemoriesOnTV 4 is the availability of automatic face detection when doing pan/zoom. With this, it is trivial to pan to each individual face in a group shot. (more…)
24th November | Tutorial
We get quite a lot of e-mails regarding how to add scrolling credits to the end of the slideshow. This can be accomplished easily with the text caption effects as follow:
- Add a TEXT slide to the end of your show, and double-click on it.
- Go to the TEXT tab, and add a new text caption. Double-click on this caption, and then enter all the credits (use different lines if you want). It’s important that you do NOT change the position of your text (leave it as default). Click DONE when you’re done editing.
- On the same TEXT tab, look under the EFFECT column. Click on the effect cell corresponding to your text caption, and select “Scroll Up”. After that, set “Effect Duration” to “50%”. You’re done. Click PLAY to preview.
19th September | Tutorial
In part 1 of this tutorial, we looked at the basics of using ClipShows to build up a slideshow. To recap, we have created a slideshow from 2 ClipShow-generated segments: the first being a 5-slide sequence presented as a filmstrip, and the second, a 4-slide sequence of pictures floating across a screen being held up by 2 hands. In this part, we will look at some advanced usages and customization to see how we can tweak and add on to the slideshow segments that the ClipShows have helped us create.
12th September | Tutorial
ClipShows are a great way to create an interesting slideshow. You can use them as a quick jumpstart to lay the groundwork for your slideshow, upon which you can tweak and build up an elaborate presentation. In the part 1 of this tutorial, we show the basics of using ClipShows. We will be creating a short slideshow from scratch with the help of ClipShows.
8th May | Tutorial
This tutorial continues from Part2, where we describe the various tricks we’ve used in our DEMO photo slideshow.
18th April | Tutorial
VOB is the video file that’s inside your DVD disc VIDEO_TS folder. This is the file that stores all the video and audio streams of your slideshow on the DVD.
We get frequent e-mails on importing VOB files into MemoriesOnTV, presumably because some users want to re-use some previously rendered slideshows.