Create amazing Slideshows for PC, DVD, TV or the Web in only 4 Steps with Slideshow XL. Live up your Pictures with a few Clicks and you can arrange your professional Slideshow with over 170 amazing Effects.
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Description: Create amazing Slideshows for PC, DVD, TV or the Web in only 4 Steps with Slideshow XL. Live up your Pictures with a few Clicks. You can arrange your professional Slideshows with over 170 facinating Slide Effects, your favourite Music and a Comment for each Photo. Share your Slideshows on CD or DVD by using the comfortable, integrated Burning Module. Optimize your Images by using the included Photo Editing Software.
Additional functions like Image Viewer, Photo Album Printing or Screensaver Creation are available too. Many sort Functions and an Image Quality Check allow a simplified picture selection.
- Create Slideshows for PC, Television, CD-ROM, VCD, SVCD, DVD
- Over 170 Slide Effects in the Slide Show Program included
- Easy Selection of Slide Effects by Drag and Drop
- Add your own Music from Audio-CD or Hard Disk to the Slideshow
- Individual Comments and Subtitles
- Create Autostart CD
- Integrated Burning Module
- Extended Image Editing Software with over 50 Photo Effects
- Multiple Print Functions for Photo Album / Portrait etc.
- Administration Manager for Slideshows
- Integrated Slideshow-Player for presentating your own Slide Shows
- Create Screensavers with your own Pictures and Music, compatible with Windows VISTA too
Slideshow XL 10.6.6 Create amazing Slideshows for PC, DVD, TV or the Web in only 4 Steps with Slideshow XL. Live up your Pictures with a few Clicks and you can arrange your professional Slideshow with
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.