Amateur question. Asking for basic advice.
Hi, my name is Miguel and I'm from Barcelona.
The thing is I'm a stand up comedian who occasionally uses projected images (just pictures, not video) during the show. All those years I've been connecting my laptop (PC) to the theater's projector and run an simple OppenOffice presentation (the open source version of Microsoft Power Point, a plain .ppt file). Last friday two things happened while prepairing the show that have made try to find a better and more accurate program for projecting the slides: 1: The old foldable projector screen where I project the images is not perfectly flat, it's slightly warped (apparently those big foldable screens are really expensive and this one is not even mine) and 2: The OppenOffice Presentation mode glitches when it gets loaded with images, so it's not very trustworthy. The theater technicians always talk about QLab, but my laptop is a PC. So I'm searching for a easy program with a grid that allows me to warp a little bit the images of the presentation. Are there some kind of basic programs (all I see are complex programs for projecting video) for doing that? Is Isadora ok? Thank you in advance!
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Hola Miguel, cómo estás.... Isadora sería perfectamente una opción para vos, ya que es muy fácil de aprender y utilizar. Tenés muchas opciones de cómo pasar las imágenes una tras otra, según tus necesidades especificas.
Eventualmente, si quisieras, podrías hacer muchísimo más que simplemente pasar fotos.
Quedo atento a tus inquietudes.Te mando un abrazo grande,
Maxi. Red Isadora Latina