Photo slideshow software?
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| Originally Posted by Heidi |
I want to make a photo slideshow with our wedding pictures. Can anyone recommend software for that? Free, preferably! Thanks!
Bellows are kinds of apps.
1. Free apps that can create photo slideshows.
Googleâ€™s Picasa, is a free software download from Google. Picasa can make photo slideshows with simple clicks and copy files to DVD media using both the "Backup" and "Gift CD" features, but DVDs create by Picasa can not be played on all types of DVD players.
Get download from Picasa
Windows Movie Maker 2, included free in XP and Vista, helps to create AVI or WMA slideshows. Although it doesnâ€™t natively burn DVDs playable by many DVD players, Windows Movie Maker has many powerful features (say exquisite effects) to magnetize users and adding DVD writing capabilities to Windows Movie Maker with inexpensive applications will figure it out.
Get download from Microsoft Corporation
2. Commercial apps wholly make for creating DVD slide shows.
Nero PhotoShow Deluxe 5 is famous and powerful software which includes a massive amount of slide-show-authoring options for photo DVDs. Nero has a 15-day trial for PhotoShow Deluxe, while the free PhotoDVD trial lets you create slide shows with up to 100 images. As a sub-product from Nero, it has highly stability on its writing capability.
Get download from Nero – leading digital media solutions for consumers and professionals - Official website
DVD Slideshow Builder 4 is another professional and popular app that can create DVD photo slideshows with photos, video clips and music in high-resolution HD DVD video format and burn directly. It provides a free trial version with Watermark on output, 30-day trial limitation. What it attract me is its plenty 2D/3D transitions and Ken-Burns effects.
Get download from http://www.photo-to-dvd.com
I hope this can help you out.
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