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I have a slide show that I produced in iPhoto on the mac. I want to export it so that the formatting of the pictures and the music can be played by anyone, I.e., I can save it as a file and transfer it. When I try to do this as a quicktime movie, the formatting and music gets screwed up. There is an option to export 'as a slide show' but I think that means that the receiver would need to play it on another mac with iPhoto. Is this so, or could anyone view it?
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Which version of iPhoto are you using?

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is an option to export
Do you mean the Export button at the bottom right of the iPhoto window? That exports as a movie, choose the highest setting comparable with the resolution of your photos. The formatting and music should be OK.
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The problem is that Quicktime messes up the music and formatting of the slideshow. I need to make it into something which can be sent to other people, whether or not they have a Mac, without using Quicktime.

thanks very much for any help.
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Does it seem inordinately difficult to post a slideshow to a blog?
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