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    I was at this presentation today and the lecturer was showing a whole bunch of pictures. basically it was just pictures and she was explaining them but the software was really cool.

    It would zoom out and there would be all the photos then it would zoom in to one, then zoom out again, etc etc, but sort of random as in the consecutive pictures arent actually placed next to each other (in the zoom out). Or it was like a cube and it would rotate or what ever to get to the next image.

    I have to do a presentation in a few weeks and this would really help me a lot! Anyone know what the program was?
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    (Original post by G A B R I E L)
    I was at this presentation today and the lecturer was showing a whole bunch of pictures. basically it was just pictures and she was explaining them but the software was really cool.

    It would zoom out and there would be all the photos then it would zoom in to one, then zoom out again, etc etc, but sort of random as in the consecutive pictures arent actually placed next to each other (in the zoom out). Or it was like a cube and it would rotate or what ever to get to the next image.

    I have to do a presentation in a few weeks and this would really help me a lot! Anyone know what the program was?
    My guess is something mac-based. There are lots of programs for these purposes. IIRC, Windows and Mac OS both have integrated basic photo slideshow capabilities. It's hard to narrow down the software - you'd have to ask her. My guess is iPhoto or Aperture.

    http://www.apple.com/uk/ilife/iphoto/#enjoy

    http://www.apple.com/aperture/tutori...put-slideshows
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    Alright thanks I guess I'll try those.

    I didnt think it was really a good idea to ask her. It wasn't my lecturer, it was a guest lecturer and there were about 300 other people, and at the end of the lecture if I were to ask "what program are you using" instead of a question related to her content, seemed a bit...rude.
 
 
 
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