Use a looping animation instead.
Thank you. Just saw that answer from you in a somewhat similar post.
Sorry to ask an answered question, but I really can't figure out how to do an autoplaying slideshow. I have a bunch of images, they overlap eachother. I select them all and can now create a MSO. But that's not the right way, you say?
Basically, in InDesign [ePub], imho, 2 ways to trigger an auto-playing slideshow: when the page is charged or with a button.
But [if I say right!] for this, we can't use a MSO but, as Bob said, a looping animation because we can insert a loop in the timeline. That what I do in my first video.
[Sorry about my english!]
But, to make very "nice" slideshows, After Effects is, imho, the best way.
On Envato market, you can find a lot of cheap templates for this.
Hi Obi-wan Kenobi and thanks for the reply!
So, if I get this right, I have to make a new animation for each and every photo that will be part of the slideshow? And then in some way synchoronize them using the Timing flyout, so that one animation starts as another ends?