Slideshows are a perfect solution perfect for transforming static sets of photos into movie-like sequences that are so much more exciting to watch and comment on. There are a lot of ways to create a good slideshow, but very few tools on the market offer the rich functionality of Photo DVD Burner!
Photo DVD Burner is a professional tool capable of creating great-looking slideshows that can be played on a variety of devices and platforms — from your DVD player, game console and laptop to an iPod, a cell phone, a PSP or even a personal blog. The software comes with a number of built-in components for web album creation, audio CD ripping, video conversion, audio recording and DVD/VCD burning. They allow users to prepare visually stunning slideshows ready to be published to any medium. The program comes with a collection of unique templates, themes and cool transition effects, and allows you to control such aspects of a slideshow as color balance, image size, transitions between images, panning and zooming, subtitles, use of clipart, contrast and more. In essence, the process of slideshow creation consists of just 3 steps: image creation, slideshow configuration and disk burning/video conversion or publishing to the web!
Photo DVD Burner does a lot more than the name suggests. It’s a comprehensive photo slideshow generation tool with rich output options, an intuitive interface and an attractive price tag.
Slide Show to Go 8.7 Create slide shows and screen savers, with over 160 transitions, captions, and WAV, WMA, MIDI, OGG, or MP3 sound. Then burn a DVD or VCD, package to run on another PC or as a
AquaSoft DiaShow Premium 7.6.08 SlideShow Premium, the complete solution for photo shows on PC and DVD. Design slide shows individually. Creativity with no limits, even if you want more. Use multitrack timeline
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