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ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications2 days ago
Creating English-only content limits your audience. ImageStream is expert at localizing your message - recently completing multiple projects in 21 languages: Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Flemish, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil, and Thai. We work with professional translators and native-language narrators. Closed captions, open captions or fully narrated - we can help you extend your reach.
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications3 days ago
Today's live, global broadcast is brought to you by the number eight.
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications1 week ago
Did you know that PowerPoint has - for a LONG - time, made random slide access possible? You don't have to go to the next slide.

If you're making a presentation and you're on slide 10 and want to go to slide 21, what do you do? Hit the right arrow or click your remote eleven times? You're not alone. 😉

Next time, on the keyboard hit "2" then "1" then "Enter."

Voilà! You're there!
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications1 week ago
We do a LOT of live event work, and managing presentations is a very important part of that. Did you ever need to extract a video that has been embedded in a PowerPoint presentation? Impossible, right? No!

Make a copy of the presentation (for safety) and rename the end of the filename from ".pptx" to a ".zip" extension. Using Windows Explorer, "Extract All" and a folder will be created. Open that folder, dig down through the "ppt" folder, and you'll find a "media" folder. In that folder are all the images and videos contained in the presentation.

Crazy, no?
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications2 weeks ago
It's always fun to record narraciones en español with our friend Gabriel del Castillo. We especially like the little "um hum" he makes when he records a good take. It's important to like your own work. 🙂
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications
ImageStream - Creative Communications2 months ago
Where have we seen this guy before?