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MemoryShow Pro is a screensaver that displays a film-like memorable slideshow of your photos, with musics, smooth zoom & pan and color effects including fade in/out, nostalgia black & white, sepia and blue tone.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:27
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: MemoryShow Pro is a screensaver that displays a film-like memorable slideshow of your photos, with musics, smooth zoom & pan, random framing, various acceleration curves and color effects including fade in/out, nostalgia black & white, sepia and blue tone.
Pixel Shader technology is used to realize graphics card accelerated, extremely fast color manipulations, giving your CPU more rest time. Other effects are still applicable if Pixel Shader is not supported.
You can also add color effect transition, which could turn a colored photo gradually into black & white, to make a color-fading effect, or turn a black & white one back to colored.
- 3D accelerated. Low CPU usage.
- Linear interpolation for high-quality zooming, high-resolution timer for smooth panning, both benefit from your graphics card.
- Random generation to give a new feeling of your photos every time.
- Automatically rotate your photo to the right direction according to the EXIF metadata inside.
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.