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PIXAR Screenplay slides for you all.

post #1 of 190
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I'm a huge fan of Pixar films, so I decided it was time to put something together for Pixar movies...

I came up with 15 slides for each of the following movies... that is 15x15=225 slides total!


NOTE: I do not (and never will) accept donations of any kind for these slides. This is something I do for fun only.

Thanks Blipszyc for hosting these!

Here are a few screenshots.
EDIT: The slides are created in full 1920x1080, and created from scratch in Photoshop. They are extremely crisp and defined, and look gorgeous in hi resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by gnolivos - 7/1/13 at 8:27pm
post #2 of 190
Wow, those are great... with a 4 year old and a 1 year old children, PIXAR is one of my favorite movie making companies now.

Question though, if your slides are available for download... how do you display them through a DVD player? Run them through a computer hooked up to the projector with PowerPoint? Just copy individual pics to a CD-RW or DVD-RW and just play with "repeat" on?

I was entertaining the idea of running them off a play list via my XBOX 360 that is connected to my HT via a wireless connector.
post #3 of 190
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Personally, I run them on a picture frame located at the entrance of the theatre room. I aslo run them via the PS3 as a slideshow. You can burn to a CD or DVD, and have your regular DVD player handle it too... many options!
post #4 of 190
An XBOX 360 can show a CD/DVD full of jpgs as a slideshow, and it has a shuffle option which I find useful. I used it to great success with Steve Good's Coca-Cola slides, except that some of his come in question-answer pairs, so a purely random order doesn't work with those. Luckily I have an HTPC hooked up (just my way of getting a Blu-Ray player without spending more than $150 because I'm cheap like that), so I use that now instead.

I hope you find some hosting soon, because I would sure like to get a copy of those slides.
post #5 of 190
Here you go!

Pixar Slides
post #6 of 190
You rock thanks for these...
post #7 of 190
Thread Starter 
No problem. I'd love to get feedback from folks on the quality and content of these slides... I may dedicate some time to create more for the other movies (Nemo, etc) if there is interest.

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Originally Posted by Mercenary View Post

You rock thanks for these...
post #8 of 190
Thread Starter 
Added Finding Nemo to the original set. Re-download as necessary Monsters Inc. will be next...!
post #9 of 190
These are awesome, gnolivos. Thanks for taking the extra effort to share them with us.
post #10 of 190
Thread Starter 
Added Monsters Inc upon request to the original set. We have separate links for each set now. Download from first post and please enjoy.
post #11 of 190
What great slides!

I have them running on repeat on a digital picture frame next to my media rack.

Thanks man!
post #12 of 190
Thread Starter 
Im doing the same!

I recommend setting your picture frame to FADE from one to another. It creates a great effect... you'll notice the PIXAR text is always in the same place, and makes for an interesting transition effect!

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Originally Posted by Johnsteph10 View Post

What great slides!

I have them running on repeat on a digital picture frame next to my media rack.

Thanks man!
post #13 of 190
gnolivos
Outstanding job on the slides! Question about slide 13 on Toy Story--is the # 2,000 or 20,000 painted texture maps?
post #14 of 190
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It was 2,000+ according to: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconVall...toytrivia.html

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gnolivos
Outstanding job on the slides! Question about slide 13 on Toy Story--is the # 2,000 or 20,000 painted texture maps?
post #15 of 190
I don't think Star War's is grammatically correct.
post #16 of 190
Thanks for these slides, they are great!
post #17 of 190
Thread Starter 
You are right, that's very wrong Im going to fix, for the purists like myself!

EDIT: Fixed!

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Originally Posted by zharkins View Post

I don't think Star War's is grammatically correct.
post #18 of 190
Sweet! I appreciate the effort. Will work great with MyPreMovie!

post #19 of 190
These are awesome!
post #20 of 190
Thread Starter 
Added Ratatouille. We have separate links for each set now. We have 90 slides total now! Download from first post and please enjoy.
post #21 of 190
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Originally Posted by gnolivos View Post

It was 2,000+ according to: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconVall...toytrivia.html

Thanks, just checking, looks like there is an extra 0 on the slide
post #22 of 190
Thread Starter 
Oh, I see what you mean now... thanks for checking that. Indeed, it was a typo.... 2,000 it is, and I fixed it now, and re-uploaded that set.

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Originally Posted by e-bear88 View Post

Thanks, just checking, looks like there is an extra 0 on the slide
post #23 of 190
Thread Starter 
Added Toy Story 2. We have separate links for each set now. We have 105 slides total now! Download from first post and please enjoy.

NOTE: This will likely be the last set. Your feedback and comments are all I ask for!
post #24 of 190
Amazing thank you so much for these it will make our weekly movie night so much more interesting
post #25 of 190
Wow - terrific!

Now, what about "Wall-e"?

Randy
post #26 of 190
nice job on these... thanks for sharing
post #27 of 190
I echo everyones' thanks. I've enjoyed just sitting and watching the slides and learning all the cool little known facts about each movie. Thanks again.
post #28 of 190
Thread Starter 
OK, sure thing. Added Wall-E, check first post!

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Originally Posted by CptnRandy View Post

Wow - terrific!

Now, what about "Wall-e"?

Randy
post #29 of 190
Nice work

How about 'Its a Bugs Life'?

That should complete the set
post #30 of 190
Can't forget The Incredibles?!?
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