Half an hour ago, I thought theres nothing better for browsing photos than the good old dumb viewers, which just take and show your photos one-by-one (by a key press or automatically doesnt matter here). Half an hour ago, I downloaded and installed MemoryShow Pro. Now, guess, what have I been doing since that moment? Most of all, it was like a slow pleasant meditation; I have reviewed an entire photoset of the last years journey. I had seen it hundreds of times, but Ive never felt THAT pleased and enthralled with those photos! The secret was only in the way how MemoryShow Pro does it.
First, when you just install the program (its installed as a screensaver), youll think of it as of «yet another slideshow application». OK, all in its settings is cool and clear, but not outstanding. You can add individual photos, as well as entire folders, to the show list, choose a musical accompaniment for the show, set up transition effects and adjust other options Then you let the show begin and See the Magic. The Magic is that a slideshow by MemoryShow does not only perform «cool transitions» from one image to another; it also moves and transforms each image slowly, while you are looking at it. The whole thing looks just like a photo show is run on a professional TV youll NEVER get bored with this kind of entertainment.
Just load your favorite photos and your favorite music, and I guarantee youll need lots of time to make yourself stop it!
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MemoryShow Pro 1.2 A screensaver that displays your photos with GPU accelerated film-like effects. MemoryShow Pro is a screensaver that displays a film-like slideshow of your photos, with music and
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