If you do that, VideoCue should be able to open the MyProject.vcue file, even if you move
the whole MyDirectory to another computer or put it on a CD ROM, archive it for storage,
or what have you.
Just to be clear: you only need to do this if you plan to move the files you
have put in your presentation.
So, for example, if you create a MyDoc.vcue file with a MyFriend.JPG that
is in your Pictures folder, then when you relaunch, it should find
MyFriend.JPG just fine. However, if you then move MyFriend.JPG from your
Pictures folder to Documents folder, VideoCue will not be able to find it if
you re open.
So the only problem will happen if you move the JPG after it s in the VideoCue
Which is what I did. My bad. This only affects the .vcue file. When exporting to QuickTime,
everything plays nice. I just need to leave stuff alone until after I've exported to QuickTime, and
While working this app late one evening, I tripped over an Easter Egg, where the teleprompter
text ended up scrolling at a 45 degree angle instead of scrolling up after I fat fingered the
Again from Brian Novak:
Pressing a or s while recording will change the angle.
Pressing q or w will zoom in or zoom out.
Now if I can get it to work seamlessly with Keynote well, I can load the resulting QuickTime
video into Keynote and the results really are very, very good!
MPN, LLC 2005 macCompanion
August 2005, Volume 3 Issue 8