Create Your Own Slideshows With DVD Slideshow
By on August 30th, 2009

You may have thousands of pictures that you clicked last vacation. You may have used Windows Movie Maker to create a slideshow, but the results may not be quite impressive. Today we are going to present a cool program, that can easily create amazing slideshows with lots of added features.

DVD Slideshow

DVD Slideshow GUI offers a very simple way to make your own slideshows. All you have to just import all your photos and burn them as a slideshow on a DVD! It has 237 transitions, 83 Effects that you can easily add to the entire slideshow. It is even bundled with 15 Motion Backgrounds.

Pan Zoom Rotate

You can add music, motion backgrounds, borders and subtitles to your slideshows. You can even export your slideshows to dvd video(PAL/NTSC 4:3 16:9), BluRay, 720p, 1080p, dvd audio, dvd chapters, dvd subtitles, avi, flash for web, avisynthscript, storyboards, single images with backgrounds and more.

Features

  • 180 different types of transitions.
  • Animate your overlapping images using zoom, pan and rotate.
  • Add videos(avi/avs) to you slideshow.
  • Add music, motion backgrounds, borders and subtitles.
  • Export to dvd video, dvd audio, dvd chapters, dvd subtitles, avi, flash, avisynth script, storyboards, single images with backgrounds, etc.
  • You can even make and add your own transitions(grayscale bitmaps or in avisynth code) and Post effects(avisynth code) and share them through the forum.
  • Import any type of image, any size.
  • Change image order move, copy, paste for one or more slides.
  • Code your own avisynth transitions.
  • Random transition.
  • Add your own avisynth, Free Frame, Photoshop CHA/AMP effects.
  • Import Exif data with photos.

[ Download DVD Slideshow GUI ]

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Author: Omkar Dutta Google Profile for Omkar Dutta
Omkar Dutta is a Mobile Enthusiast from Mumbai, India. He loves to check out latest software, mobile phones and web services. Currently, he writes for this awesome blog as well as Fone Arena. You can follow him on Twitter @0mkarr

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