This webpage provides a means to display photo slidshows created by club members. Club members present photo slideshows once or twice a year at club meetings. Our website has been updated to display these videos starting with the set of slideshows that were presented at our 2015 December meeting (our Christmas party). However, no slideshows or other photo images will be published on this site without the express permission of the author.
UPDATE 7/21/2017: The slideshow of award winners for the club's 2017 Annual Projected Image Competition has been added to this page. Additional slideshows from the July 2017 meeting will be added soon.
Slideshows hosted on our website use music which is 1) royalty free music, or 2) copyrighted music for which the club member has obtained permission from the copyright holder to use the music. A club member may also request that we link to his/her video hosted on YouTube.com. In this case, the video is NOT hosted on the club's website, and the club assumes no responsibility for the copyright status of audio content.
PLEASE NOTE: Once you start playing a video, and then pause it, the content will continue to download from the website. This is a good way to download more of the video before viewing it if you have a slow connection and the video is pausing or "breaking up" while viewing. However, if you have finished with the video before reaching the end, and you wish to view another video, you should move the button on the progress bar of the video all the way to the end and let the video complete. If you do not do this, the first video will continue to download (even though it is paused). Trying to view a 2nd video will mean that 2 download streams are occuring at the same time; this works, but it will cause additional performance problems with playback.
To display videos in this webpage, the HTML5 video tag is used. Allmost all current browsers support this format in conjunction with mpeg4/H264 encoding. The video controls will even let you view the video full screen, but when the original is 1024x578, the expanded view will look a little pixelated.