FAQ's
Operating System Requirements
SlideTrax is currently a Windows only product. It will run on Window XP Windows 8. Support for additional platforms or operating systems may be added in the future.

Audio Requirements
SlideTrax supports most common audio formats, including: aac, aif, aiff, cda, flac, m4a, mp1, mp3, mp4, ogg, wav,and wma. SlideTrax was designed to make it easy to create a video from from an audio track, therefore it supports only a single audio file per SlideTrak created.

A Single Picture
SlideTrax supports only one image or picture file for each SlideTrak created. ST was created to be as simple and easy to use as possible, which is why it was designed to use only a single picture. This simplicity is of great value for those who do not have a lot of time to learn more complex programs, or for those who do not know a lot about computers.

Image Formats
SlideTrax allows you to use any of the following image or picture file formats: jpg, jpeg, png, bmp, gif, tif, tiff.

Output Format
SlideTrax creates a simple video we call a SlideTrak. These videos utilize a Webm format. WebM is a high quality, open media file format designed for the web. WebM files consist of video streams compressed with the VP8 video codec and audio streams compressed with the Vorbis audio codec. Webm videos are supported by and compatible with YouTube and other video sharing sites.

Optional Text
Slide Trax does not require any text; it is an optional feature. However it is something that you consider using because you can insert a URL or contact information into the video which may be beneficial. SlideTrax enables you to use the complete range of font styles found on your computer.

YouTube and Other Sites
SlideTrax uses a free, high quality, open source video called Webm. Webm is supported by YouTube and many other video sharing sites, however not all sites support this video format.

Face Book
SlideTraks also can be uploaded and used on Face Book. SlideTrax has two different video output formats. The mpg format in SlideTrax should be used whenever you are creating a video you'd like to use on Face Book.


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