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  1. Page Plus enables exporting of files to PDF in various forms, including 'PDF Slideshow'. The current Beta of Publisher doesn't seem to have this facility. Is it coming, or is there another way to turn a Publisher file into a slideshow?
  2. I am very excited to start using Affinity. I am shooting sequences of medium format RAW files of people on the street, using a tripod and an X1D, the subjects standing still. I will ultimately narrow it down to about 20 people, and about 20-30 stills per person. Once I choose and modify them, I want edit the sequences and link all the photos into a high resolution slide show, about 20 minutes long, with individual photos on screen for about 5 seconds each, which then cut or dissolve into the next photo - to be projected probably 10' by 10'. Poking around Affinity videos and forum, I have yet to find how I can start to do that, and wonder if Affinity is capable of this or if I will need to export the finished photos into another program. Apologies if that was too much detail.
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