Flash Slideshow Wizard is a powerful and easy to use application which helps you create Flash photo slideshows, Flash 3D Slideshow, Banner Rotator, Image Scroller, Image Roller without any Flash knowledge and skills.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Flash Slideshow Wizard is a powerful and easy to use application which helps you create Flash photo slideshows without any Flash knowledge and skills.
The program offers a variety of customizable Flash slideshow templates to choose from, which include Banner Rotator, 3D Cube, Rolling Cube, 3D Slideshow, 3D Carousel, Dock Menu, Photo Scroller, Horizontal and Vertical Image Roller etc.
You can customize the size, background and shape of the slideshow, and add Flash preloader, web link and built-in Flash animation effect to your presentation. The result can be viewed immediately in the preview area.
You can create the slideshow as a single SWF file where all images are embedded inside, or you can create a XML file based Flash slideshow where all images are placed outside in a subfolder.
Flash Slideshow Wizard creates the complete HTML code and all required files to insert the slideshow into your webpage.
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