I'll pipe in here - I've done projects with Photostory a ton this year. The narration in Photostory is 'tied' to the slide that you record it on. So if you want to do a narration that goes for many pictures, you either have to say a little on each picture which doesn't always sound very fluid, or you can do it like Holly did and have a separate audio file. I like bringing the Photostory final movie into Moviemaker and doing the narration there. It depends on your preference and what you're looking for as a final product - not to mention if you have the time to use another program...
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>>> Julie Kenyon <[log in to unmask]> 03/26/09 8:14 PM >>>
hate to be so ignorant but why don't you just record voice in photostory?
also, what is a book trailer?
Julie Close Kenyon
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