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Old May 1, 2007, 8:51 AM   #1
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Some feedback please from those of you who have used and created your own presentations............. slide show software. Pro's/cons, best on market, ease of use, clarity of finished product, etc. Have experimented with Elements 4 and the finished product lacks clarity on the screen (tv). This will be used for high school sports photos, etc. at banquets, get togethers. Shows made on family events important as well. Any input appreciated.
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Old May 1, 2007, 1:23 PM   #2
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often talked about. if u use search function u will find the other threads about it

if ur wanting the best then its gotte be pro show producer, but i suspect you will say ouch when u see the price, they do different versions for different amounts

the more u use it the better u get, it can do some pretty neat stuff, do a search on yahoo to find there home page n see examples of what it can do



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Old May 2, 2007, 8:34 AM   #3
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Hi DaMat,

Go to http://www.photodex.com

They sell Pro-show gold and Pro-show producer.

They are both excellent programs, Gold will do a good job but does not have certain features that Producers has. They both will allow you to create a DVD slide shows with music or/and narration thatyou can watch on any TV with a DVD player.

If you click on "SHARING" at top of page and than put in ronnie948 in "BROWES" member you can view some slide shows I created. They may need you to download an active X to view shows. It is a safe company to download from.

Just remember this. If you decide to try or buy either program when you buy the DVD discs make certain to purchase DVD -R discs not +R because most DVD players sold for Television viewing will read DVD-R and not read DVD+R discs. I found that SONY or Taiyo Yuden media functions the best.

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SuperDVD Video Editor is a free software,it's very handy.
Free video editor but much more powerful than so me commercial video editor.
Capture Film form WebCam,DV Camera,TV Card Into Divx or Avi VOB MPEG file format on fly.It includes the following features:
*Edit AVI or Divx VOB MPEG or other format file with the frames control.
*Merge AVIs/Divx VOB MPEG or divide AVIs/Divx VOB MPEG into new file.
*Copy Any Part of the film and save it.
*Divide/Merge Audio or Vedio Stream into new file.
*Change the play speed and add video effect.
*Full Control the Audio and the Vedio streams.
*Direct Burn any format moviesto VCD DVD.
*Extract Movies to Mpeg1 ,Mpeg2,VCD,DVD.
*Support All Media Format in Windows OS.
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you forgot the bit thats relevant to the thread question

style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"that is "slide show software" as in pictures !
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You can try to use SuperDVD Video Editor -http://www.alldj.com,It's a free software,But it's very powerful.
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I use DVD Photo Slideshow and it is quite easy to use and the created slideshow is very professional and eye-catching. I have used it over 2 years and it works great.

More improtant, all upgrades are free.

www.dvd-photo-slideshow.com
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Old Aug 29, 2007, 1:22 PM   #9
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have to disagree about it looking professional, seen some slide shows on the site and nowhere near as good as proshow

watch this for professional looking work

http://www.photodex.com/sharing/spot...otosample.html



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I've been using ProShow Gold fora fewyears. They continue to improve it and I thinkit's the best out there.
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