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Old Sep 22, 2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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iPhoto slideshow multiple songs

Is there a way to add multiple songs to an iPhoto slideshow? I know there is a way to make the slides fit ONE song, but its kind of lame that you can add more than one song. Also, is there a viable way to change the duration of each slide?
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Old Sep 22, 2006, 07:36 PM   #2
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I'm not aware of any way to do this in iPhoto, but you can do both in iMovie.
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Old Sep 22, 2006, 08:37 PM   #3
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Welll the thing is...

I've already made a slideshow in iPhoto with all the pictures in order, and these pictures must be in a specific order, now I want to add 5 different soundtracks to this slideshow, but I dont know how to transfer it to iMovie...
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believe it or not...I really do need help...and fast!
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Adding multiple songs to an iPhoto slideshow

To add multiple songs to an iPhoto slideshow you would first have to access your iTunes Music Library. On the left, at the bottom of playlists, click the + button to add a new playlist. Name it the same as your slideshow.

Then click on your 'music library' and drag the songs into the playlist you just created.

Go back to your slideshow, click on 'music' choose the multiple song album you just created. Play the slideshow to preview the results.
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To add multiple songs to an iPhoto slideshow you would first have to access your iTunes Music Library. On the left, at the bottom of playlists, click the + button to add a new playlist. Name it the same as your slideshow.

Then click on your 'music library' and drag the songs into the playlist you just created.

Go back to your slideshow, click on 'music' choose the multiple song album you just created. Play the slideshow to preview the results.
I'm guessing he figured something out, since this thread was from 3 years ago..
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I'm guessing he figured something out, since this thread was from 3 years ago..
It worked for me ! I just tried it and its easy.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:04 PM   #9
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Except you don't need this advice from three years ago answering a question from six years ago.

iPhoto has evolved since then, no need for detours to iTunes anymore.

See reply in the other thread on the same topic right here on the first page of this same subforum:
Slideshow help, please (from newbie to Mac)
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Except you don't need this advice from three years ago answering a question from six years ago.
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