Currently Being ModeratedDec 28, 2013 1:04 PM (in response to Gerritos)
You could put your still pictures on the iMovie timeline, then add the video as picture-in-picture and adjust the size and position the video window in the upper right corner.
To format the pictures in the right size and location on a black background - you will have to do this in a stills editor application before importing into iMovie (since iMovie only allows one picture in picture at a time).
Geoff.Mac mini (Mid 2010), OS X Mavericks (10.9), Boot drives replaced by SSDs
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2013 7:28 AM (in response to GeeD)
Thanks, GeeD for the quick reply.
I have edited the still pictures in Photoshop and am experimenting a little bit with iMovie. It doesn't look 100% the way I want but it will be fine.
Thanks again and have a good start in 2014!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2013 7:50 AM (in response to Gerritos)
May be I'm not understanding to 100% but I get the idea that You want to play a movie and a SlideShow in parallel and be able to stop / forward one or the other independently.
On a DVD this is as I see it impossibly. But You didn't say so either.
_ prepare movie to a QuickTime .mov movie
_ so the SlideShow too
Then connect a Mac to a big Flat-screen or Projector
Start both movies in QuickTime - and set QuickTime player to play even if there is more than one QT.mov playing at same time. (in QT-preferences - You can select this)
No You can let a movie play in one window and start/stop a SlideShow in another and all to be viewed on a larg screen or via projector.
Yours - figuring - Bengt W