by Tino - Thursday, August 28, 2008 - Permalink
Yes. Download and install the PhotoPresenter Scripts, and select the item “Real-Time Slideshow” from the Scripts menu in PhotoPresenter.
This script launches an slideshow with the contents of a folder that can be changed dynamically. The slideshow is restarted each time the contents of the folder is modified. (Note that sub-folders are ignored.)
If you need a more complex behavior, you can edit and modify the script, which is located in the folder ~/Library/Application Support/PhotoPresenter/Scripts/.
by Bastian - Tuesday, August 26, 2008 - Permalink
Version 3.1 add a new filter option to Keystroke display and fixes a few rare crashing issues related to startup items.
Full release notes...
by Frank - Monday, August 25, 2008 - Permalink
Seven StopMotion animations from students (aged 9 to 12) at a small primary school in Western Australia, produced with iStopMotion and much fantasy. Thanks to Patrick Tehvand.
by Frank - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - Permalink
Jeff Scher is a painter who makes experimental films and an experimental filmmaker who paints. His new film about summer and dogs is made with iStopMotion Pro.
by Frank - Monday, August 18, 2008 - Permalink
I found iStopMotion to have an impressive array of features to make your work as easy as possible. (...) It’s certainly worth the price, and if you’re going to use to add some spectacular or fun-looking info-animations to an online publication, it’s just cheap.
by Bastian - Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Permalink
Another bugfix for a crashing issue with new iMediaBrowser.
Improved playback progress display at the start of playback. Bogus elapsed and remaining times used to be displayed before the first slide was fully loaded.
Updated the FotoMagico logo in screensavers.
Get it through software update or download it from the download page.
For all the new features see the full release notes.
by Oliver - Thursday, August 07, 2008 - Permalink
Don't use FinalCut Pro (FCP) to create slideshows of still images, use Fotomagico. What had taken me five hours to create in FCP, downsizing images, creating start and end markers for motion and adding sound... took me TEN MINUTES in Fotomagico. It's nuts. I don't even care to guess at the insane amount of hours I spent creating slideshows over the last 8 years in FCP. I could cry. As a photographer, I'd much rather be spending time shooting than sitting in front of a computer. This program will allow me to do that.
by Frank - Monday, August 04, 2008 - Permalink
16 Students had 4 hours sharing 4 computers to write a storyboard, build the actors and to learn iStopMotion. Thanks to Ryan DeWitt.