With SCR Builder you can create your own screen savers using your own pictures and music plus over 100 effects and options. SCR Builder is very easy to use and it generates single scr file or exe setup which can be distributed easily.
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Screensaver Factory 6 6.0 Create your own personal or commercial screensavers for royalty-free distribution. Screensaver Factory is very easy to use and it includes special features for creating commercial screensavers. Good software for starting a screensaver business.
Easy GIF Animator 3.0 Easy GIF Animator is powerful yet very easy to use software for creating and editing animated GIF images. You can create animated pictures, banners and buttons in a snap, add stunning visual effects, reduce filesize and prepare animation for the web.
Description: With SCR Builder you can easily make your own scrensaver. You can create screensaver from any combination of images and videos files, adding background music and over 100 picture transition effects. SCR Builder is extremely easy to use and it generates standalone screensaver file. Created screensavers can be automatically installed into your system. You can also make self-installing screensaver for easy distribution and sharing.
* Create screensaver from images and/or video files
* Select from over 100 customizable image transition effects
* Add background music from WAV, MID, MP3 and WMA sound files
* Select from various background options - solid, gradient or textured
* Customizable screen saver configuration and about dialog boxes
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