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  • #16
    what about quality?

    the output quality of the trial version was terrible, graphics looked like mice nibbled them
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #17
      It depends on the original Powerpoint slides. I found that some people give me pictures in Powerpoint that were originally 240x320 pixels (JPEG) and expect me to create wonders from there. So beware of that.

      For normal wordings - it is okay. I haven't tested the trial version. No idea if it so bad.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
        Hi Dave, try it, it works

        create a PP, one slide is enough and add an item into each of the four courners

        now change page setup to 38.1cm x 28.575cm and save as bmp or tif or png

        add the file to an Edius 1440x1080 project and be surprised
        Hi Anton
        I finally got around to playing with this and YES it works and at 96dpi when you check back in Photoshop.
        The bit that I cannot get my head around is that a new Photoshop page set up at 1440x1080 reports the bigger size 50.8 x 38.1 and at only 72dpi.

        I guess its not a good week to give up the Southern Comfort <GRIN>