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New Guy Slideshow Question Huge Output size?

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Sep 01, 2017

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First, Hello to all.

I've been searching and reading this forum today and lots of great info.  However, I've not been able to find the answer to a question I have regarding creating a slideshow in Premier 15.  I did not use Organizer as I want more control over the pan/zoom affects.  I have 317 photos, taken with various cameras and at various resolutions and all have been converted to JPEG.  Many at from a 20 Mpix camera and others are just a capture from a GoPro (at 1920 x 1080).

Windows 10, new laptop with i7 and 16gb ram, plus GTX 1060 vid card... it runs smoothly.

Problem is this, I have about 1.7 GB of photos, but when I go to export this slideshow (intend to have it available for viewing on a HD and a 4K TV) I see options that would make the file size 36GB or larger?   It seems to want to make a 30 fps movie out of these 317 frames...

Is there ANY way to save this in high resolution but not make a movie out of it (and thus reduce the file size down to less than 2GB?).  I don't want to save at resolutions less than 4K and can't find a way to get a reasonable file size.  ?   Any ideas?

Thanks for your help,

John in MD

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New Guy Slideshow Question Huge Output size?

New Here ,
Sep 01, 2017

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First, Hello to all.

I've been searching and reading this forum today and lots of great info.  However, I've not been able to find the answer to a question I have regarding creating a slideshow in Premier 15.  I did not use Organizer as I want more control over the pan/zoom affects.  I have 317 photos, taken with various cameras and at various resolutions and all have been converted to JPEG.  Many at from a 20 Mpix camera and others are just a capture from a GoPro (at 1920 x 1080).

Windows 10, new laptop with i7 and 16gb ram, plus GTX 1060 vid card... it runs smoothly.

Problem is this, I have about 1.7 GB of photos, but when I go to export this slideshow (intend to have it available for viewing on a HD and a 4K TV) I see options that would make the file size 36GB or larger?   It seems to want to make a 30 fps movie out of these 317 frames...

Is there ANY way to save this in high resolution but not make a movie out of it (and thus reduce the file size down to less than 2GB?).  I don't want to save at resolutions less than 4K and can't find a way to get a reasonable file size.  ?   Any ideas?

Thanks for your help,

John in MD

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