Trying to find software

 
  AheadMatthewawsome Train Controller

Location: mightbenolongerinuse
Hi there everyone! I'm making a project about Sydney Trains that is due on Christmas Day. And I require a program that is similar to what Londonist use. Do you know if there's one available? And preferably free or cheap.

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  justapassenger Minister for Railways

I don't have any idea of which particular "products" Londonist use, what they use them for or what you would want to use them for.

Perhaps you could be a touch more descriptive so members of this community may be able to offer some helpful responses?
  AheadMatthewawsome Train Controller

Location: mightbenolongerinuse
I don't have any idea of which particular "products" Londonist use, what they use them for or what you would want to use them for.

Perhaps you could be a touch more descriptive so members of this community may be able to offer some helpful responses?
justapassenger
It's quite hard for me to explain it verbally. I will show you an example of what I'm trying to say. Here is a link to one of their videos which I think will help.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cd58urfUqE
  Graham4405 The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: In exile
Any video editing software should do that.
  AheadMatthewawsome Train Controller

Location: mightbenolongerinuse
Any video editing software should do that.
Graham4405
Even on Davinci Resolve 16?
  Graham4405 The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: In exile
Any video editing software should do that.
Even on Davinci Resolve 16?
AheadMatthewawsome
I haven't used it, but I would expect so.
  AheadMatthewawsome Train Controller

Location: mightbenolongerinuse
Is there a tutorial online? Or would you know, or someone else you know how to do it? @Graham4405
  Graham4405 The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: In exile
Is there a tutorial online? Or would you know, or someone else you know how to do it? @Graham4405
AheadMatthewawsome
The video you linked to is simply a slideshow with an audio track. Bolide Slideshow Creator (which is free) can do that for you. It is very simple and very easy to use. But as I said previously any video editing software should be capable of doing it. Just add your slides in the order you want them, then add your audio track(s). Optionally, you can add transitions and effects. Different software will approach these steps differently, but the principles behind it and the end result should be much the same.
  justapassenger Minister for Railways

If you’re a Mac user, you have all the tools you need built in. Create a Keynote presentation, then do a QuickTime screen recording with microphone on.

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