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04/26/2011 05:38:46 PM · #1
I haven't really played with it, but IrfanView (free) has slideshow capabilities, and is useful for lots of other things as well.
04/26/2011 05:13:09 PM · #2
Photodex Proshow Producer is still arguably the gold standard for slide show software.

They are a bit stingy with their "official" online training (i.e. you have to pony up the $$$), but there are boo-coo tutorials on youtube, and a lot of reference material and good forum discussion at the Proshow Enthusiasts site.

If you still have an older version licensed, you can probably still do 90% of what you'll find discussed online, with the exception of the new "wizard" or-whatever-they-call-it they added in 4.5.

A word of caution, if you're on an older version -- some older core software will break if you update the media export plugins (you'll see a dialog recommending you update when you export a show). If you update certain combinations of versions, you'll break all your export capability altogether, and the only fix is to re-install your licensed version from scratch. It's not that difficult, but it's just a headache. You can find fresh installs of all the old version of Producer here.
04/26/2011 02:19:31 PM · #3
I've looked at animoto, and their shows are quite nice, but to get full features is pretty pricey. I've been looking more at ProShow Producer today also, and honestly I think I just need to do some tutorials for it, because it seems to be quite capable, in the right hands. Anyone know any good tutorials for it?
04/26/2011 02:15:04 PM · #4
I really like using Animoto.com.
04/26/2011 01:28:57 PM · #5
It's been a while since I made a video slideshow, and I am gearing up to make some again. I used to use ProShow by Photodex. It was easy to use, but I would need to find it again. What else is out there that can create really stunning videos in HD?
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