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Create a slide show type screen savers from your favorite image files (JPEG, GIF and BMP) .
Flash Projector files:
Create promotional screen savers from Macromedia Flash animation files.(1st Screensaver Flash Studio only)
Create screen savers from Powerpoint files.(1st Screensaver PowerPoint Studio only)
Easy to Distribute:
Create the screen saver as a single EXE or as a ZIP file that can be easily distributed from a web site or by Email. No additional files are needed to run the screen saver.
Display your own text on the images. You can control the font size, color and type.
Sound File Support:
Play separate sound files for each of the images or play a single sound file continuously for all the screen saver images. (MP3, WAV & MIDI)
Automated Image Updating:
Setup the screen saver to automatically retrieve new images from your web site. (Coming soon...)
Setup the screen saver to install one of your image files as the wallpaper on the user' s desktop. You can also setup the screen saver to randomly change the wallpaper daily.(Coming soon...)
Setup hyperlinks to your web site from the screen saver's Settings window and About window. (Professional & Professional Plus Editions)
Create a trial version of the screen saver that can expire after a fixed number of days. Put text on the trial version to promote your web site or to promote full version. (Professional Plus Edition only).
Many great looking Transition Effects - including Flying Images, Multiple Float, Zoom and Random Mix - with speed control. To see the screen shots of these features, click on the labels below.
Your logo image can be embedded in to the screen saver settings window, installation window and the about window. (Professional Edition only; logo image should be Emailed at the t
Software can turn slideshow into a mini-movie Vacationing in Prague in 2000, software programmer Chad Richard went shutter happy with his digital camera over the spectacular images of Eastern Europe. To show them off, he decided to modernize the traditional slideshow format.