I am trying to make a .pdf presentation with Photoshop CS3.
I follow all the instructions, select the time of each slide and the transition, but when I click on save I get a window asking me how I want to save the files and I end up with a normal .pdf document where I can view each picture manually or use the slideshow setting but no transitions appear.
Any ideas from this brief account of my actions, what I might be doing wrong?
Thank you for the link Laurentiu. At about the same time as you posted it I discovered that if I used Adobe Reader I could get the slideshow presentation to work, at least partially.
I had been using Preview and of course it just displayed it as a .pdf document.
However, my problem is not completely solved.
When PS finished making the presentation I got a warning message that the preset used was not suitable for presentations and transitions between pages would not show.
Strangely, the transitions do display, but my selection of looping the slideshow does not work.
I wonder why and which preset should I use?
Incidentally, to get the presentation to play I had to select View>Full Screen Mode in Adobe Reader.
Years ago, when I used Photoshop Elements 2, I am sure the whole process was much more "professional" ........ I simply double-clicked the file and the slideshow would start automatically.
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