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Old 24th September 2008
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Hi!

I tried to wotk with a SMILE and make a slideshow but it doesn't work on my computer. Are there any native "Slide show maker" application, please?

Thanks a lot.

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I'm not sure about a "slide show", but several OpenBSD papers appeared to be generated with MagicPoint.

Example: http://www.openbsd.org/papers/asiabsdcon08-network/

Is that what you mean?
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If you're looking for something PowerPoint compatible, there's always OpenOffice's presentation program.
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I am looking something like SMILE. I have pictures and I want to make a slide show which could open with DVD player and watch on TV. SMILE prepare mpg or avi file:

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show...?content=83276

http://smile.tuxfamily.org/
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I tried to wotk with a SMILE and make a slideshow but it doesn't work on my computer. Are there any native "Slide show maker" application, please?
What do you mean that SMILE doesn't work on your computer? Won't install, won't run?
Anyway SMILE is in the FreeBSD ports tree.
You might want to have a look at these other ports:
  • f-spot
  • dvd-slideshow
  • gnustep-slideshow (just a viewer though)
  • manslide
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What do you mean that SMILE doesn't work on your computer? Won't install, won't run?
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It install and when rendering the mpg for example the mpg file is empty (0 bytes). Same is with "avi".
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It install and when rendering the mpg for example the mpg file is empty (0 bytes). Same is with "avi".
I am not lucky...
I installed mandvd, looks that it works but when I tried to make a fil there are a problem with ffmpeg and the mesahe said look in the log file for more information but there where supposed to be a log file, there are nothing.
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I am not lucky...
I installed mandvd, looks that it works but when I tried to make a fil there are a problem with ffmpeg and the mesahe said look in the log file for more information but there where supposed to be a log file, there are nothing.
OK, I have something now:

[dvd-slideshow] Cannot find default fonts. Using default ImageMagick font.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 34 images.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 audio files.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 background slides.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 title slides.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 transitions (fadein/fadeout/crossfade/wipe).
[dvd-slideshow] Video: NTSC 720x480 29.97fps 4:3
[dvd-slideshow] Audio: AC3 48000 192
[dvd-slideshow] Debug=0 Autocrop=0 Subtitles=dvd Border=0
[dvd-slideshow] Title_font=Helvetica-Bold
[dvd-slideshow] Subtitle_font=Helvetica-Bold
[dvd-slideshow] Total audio length =
[dvd-slideshow] Total video length = 0:0:43.000
[dvd-slideshow] Temp dir is ...m/Documents/Fern/dvd-slideshow_temp_8137
[dvd-slideshow] Creating black background
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 1/34 gibusima_x0.jpg 0:0:10.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 2/34 gibusima_x1.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 3/34 gibusima_x2.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 4/34 gibusima_x3.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 5/34 gibusima_x4.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 6/34 gibusima_x5.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 7/34 gibusima_x6.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 8/34 gibusima_x7.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 9/34 gibusima_x8.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 10/34 gibusima_x9.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 11/34 gibusima_x10.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 12/34 gibusima_x11.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 13/34 gibusima_x12.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 14/34 gibusima_x13.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 15/34 gibusima_x14.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 16/34 gibusima_x15.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 17/34 gibusima_x16.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 18/34 gibusima_x17.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 19/34 gibusima_x18.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 20/34 gibusima_x19.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 21/34 gibusima_x20.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 22/34 gibusima_x21.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 23/34 gibusima_x22.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 24/34 gibusima_x23.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 25/34 gibusima_x24.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 26/34 gibusima_x25.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 27/34 gibusima_x26.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 28/34 gibusima_x27.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 29/34 gibusima_x28.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 30/34 gibusima_x29.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 31/34 gibusima_x30.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 32/34 gibusima_x31.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 33/34 gibusima_x32.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] 34/34 gibusima_x33.jpg 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]################################################## ##########
[dvd-slideshow] waiting for encoder to finish...
[dvd-slideshow]#####################################
[dvd-slideshow] No audio files passed. Using 0:0:43.000 silence.
[dvd-slideshow] Working on track 1 audio file 0
[dvd-slideshow] silence
[dvd-slideshow] Creating silence audio file for 0:0:43.000
sox: SoX v14.1.0

Usage summary: [gopts] [[fopts] infile]... [fopts] outfile [effect [effopts]]...

SPECIAL FILENAMES:
- stdin (infile) or stdout (outfile)
-d use the default audio device (where available)
-n use the null file handler; e.g. with synth or stat effect

GLOBAL OPTIONS (gopts) (can be specified at any point before the first effect):
--buffer BYTES set the size of all processing buffers (default 8192)
--combine concatenate concatenate multiple input files (default for sox, rec)
--combine sequence sequence multiple input files (default for play)
-h, --help display version number and usage information
--help-effect NAME display usage of specified effect; use `all' to display all
--help-format NAME display info on specified format; use `all' to display all
--input-buffer BYTES override the input buffer size (default: as --buffer)
--interactive prompt to overwrite output file
-m, --combine mix mix multiple input files (instead of concatenating)
-M, --combine merge merge multiple input files (instead of concatenating)
--plot gnuplot|octave generate script to plot response of filter effect
-q, --no-show-progress run in quiet mode; opposite of -S
--replay-gain track|album|off default: off (sox, rec), track (play)
-R use default random numbers (same on each run of SoX)
-S, --show-progress display progress while processing audio data
--version display version number of SoX and exit
-V[LEVEL] increment or set verbosity level (default 2); levels are:
1: failure messages
2: warnings
3: details of processing
4-6: increasing levels of debug messages

FORMAT OPTIONS (fopts):
Input file format options need only be supplied for files that are headerless.
Output files will have the same format as the input file where possible and not
overriden by any of various means including providing output format options.

-c, --channels CHANNELS number of channels of audio data; e.g. 2 = stereo
-C, --compression FACTOR compression factor for output format
--add-comment TEXT Append output file comment
--comment TEXT Specify comment text for the output file
--comment-file FILENAME file containing comment text for the output file
--endian little|big|swap set endianness; swap means opposite to default
-r, --rate RATE sample rate of audio
-t, --type FILETYPE file type of audio
-x invert auto-detected endianness
-N, --reverse-nibbles nibble-order
-X, --reverse-bits bit-order of data
-B/-L force endianness to big/little
-s/-u/-U/-A/ sample encoding: signed/unsigned/u-law/A-law
-a/-i/-g/-f ADPCM/IMA ADPCM/GSM/floating point
-1/-2/-3/-4/-8 sample size in bytes
-v, --volume FACTOR input file volume adjustment factor (real number)

AUDIO FILE FORMATS: 8svx aif aifc aiff aiffc al amb au avi avr caf cdda cdr cvs cvsd dat dvms f4 f8 fap ffmpeg flac fssd gsm hcom htk ima ircam la lpc lpc10 lu m4a mat mat4 mat5 maud mp2 mp3 mp4 mpg nist ogg paf prc pvf raw s1 s2 s3 s4 sb sd2 sds sf sl smp snd sndfile sndr sndt sou sph sw txw u1 u2 u3 u4 ub ul uw vms voc vorbis vox w64 wav wavpcm wmv wv wve xa xi
PLAYLIST FORMATS: m3u pls
AUDIO DEVICE DRIVERS: ao oss ossdsp

EFFECTS: allpass band bandpass bandreject bass chorus compand contrast dcshift deemph delay dither earwax echo echos equalizer fade filter flanger gain highpass key ladspa lowpass mcompand mixer noiseprof noisered norm oops pad pan phaser rate remix repeat reverb reverse silence spectrogram speed splice stat swap synth tempo treble tremolo trim vol

effopts: depends on effect
[dvd-slideshow] This audio plays in slideshow from 0:0:0.000 to 0:0:43.000
[dvd-slideshow] ###############
[dvd-slideshow] Creating ac3 audio...
[dvd-slideshow] ERROR during ffmpeg execution!
[dvd-slideshow] see /usr/home/ajtim/Documents/Fern/dvd-slideshow.log for details
[dvd-slideshow] cleanup...
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Hello Lumiwa,

I also have no luck with smile and mandvd. But I have found a way to make a slideshow using dvd-slideshow. Can't get any sound though, but nice transitions and good quality. The method is ugly, but works:

1. Go to the directory where you have the slides.
2. Run dir2slideshow. This generates an input file for dvd-slideshow. (yourtitle.txt)
3. Edit the file from point 2 to get the slide durations and transitions you want.
4. Run dvd-slideshow:
Code:
dvd-slideshow -nocleanup yourtitle.txt
5. The script will crash, but the video (video.mpg, without sound) is kept when you use the nocleanup option. It is located in a subdirectory with a name like
dvd-slideshow_temp_xxxx.

As far as I have researched, this problem seems to come from bad handling of sound tracks in sox. (Or bad input to sox in dvd-slideshow?) Therefore a sound file is never generated, and that is why ffmpeg complains. Seems like dvd-slideshow tries (and fails) to make a "silence sound file" if we don't specify a sound file. On the other hand it doesn't work when you give it a sound file either. I have tried both mp3 and wav-file with absolutely no success.

Maybe someone with more expertise regarding sox & Co can help here? (Personally I had not heard about it before I started to look into this problem.)

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Hello Lumiwa,

I also have no luck with smile and mandvd. But I have found a way to make a slideshow using dvd-slideshow. Can't get any sound though, but nice transitions and good quality. The method is ugly, but works:


Maybe someone with more expertise regarding sox & Co can help here? (Personally I had not heard about it before I started to look into this problem.)
Thank you very much. It works
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You're welcome. Then we have both learned something!
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I've had trouble with mandvd as well. It seemingly creates a DVD which k3b then burns, but my DVD player (PlayStation 2) won't play it...
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