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Brockhurst commented on 20 Nov 2009
The claim that this program is superior to iMovie is arrant nonsense. It may be easier to use, marginally, but the quality of the output images is poor. Ken Burns type 'movies' devised with iMovie and sent via Mobileme are absolutely superb; devised with Photo to Movie and sent by any of the options presented, they are blurred and second rate. But the biggest gripe I have is with the company itself. Customer support is, in my experience, non-exixtant. I have never had a response to a single question asked, and I would advise anyone to think twice before wasting their money on this program. It is little more than a toy.
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Brockhurst replied on 10 Jun 2010
My irritation with the Photo to Movie program had nothing to do with the Ken Burns transitions. It was the fact that I was unable to send the finished product by MobileMe without an unacceptable loss of image quality because, it would seem, the writers may have assumed that .Mac was the same thing as MobileMe, and it isn't. That at least was the conclusion that the Apple technicians came to after examining Photo to Movie; they couldn't get it to work either. But my main gripe was that none of the emails I sent to Photo to Movie concerning this problem were answered, and it was a full four months after posting my comments that I got any response at all. I have spent the whole of my working life, 40 years, in the graphic design industry, so FICHEYE can rest assured that I am not unfamiliar with the Ken Burns effect and the production of slide shows.
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