Make photo slideshow watch on TV!

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by anvsubmission, May 10, 2006.

  1. Photo DVD Maker allows you to make use of your DVD or CD burner to
    create entertaining slideshows you can watch on TV with friends and
    family. It allows you to quickly create an exciting photo slide show
    complete with music, motion menus and transition effects. Then you can
    view the exciting photo slide show on your home big screen TV with a
    DVD player. Unlike other similar software, we make only high resolution
    (704x576 on TV) slide show with background music for TV. The image
    quality shown on TV is excellent and unbelievable.
    Photo DVD Maker---a "create once, play anywhere" practical and
    powerful software. With it you can show off your photos in a wholly new
    way. You can create an eye-popping and heart-pounding slideshow, which
    would be a great gift and an eye-catching business presentation. Visit for free trial.
    anvsubmission, May 10, 2006
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    Randy Howard Guest

    (in article
    Or you can use iPhoto and iDVD to do the same thing, far more
    convincingly on the Mac. They are both part of iLife suite, and
    come bundled with every Mac. And, Apple doesn't spam newsgroups
    about it either.
    Randy Howard, May 10, 2006
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    Matt Clara Guest

    Screw that--Adobe Premiere, baby!
    Matt Clara, May 10, 2006
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    willpops Guest

    willpops, May 11, 2006
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    Mark² Guest

    ProShow Producer has no equal.

    Even ProShow Gold kicks booty...
    Mark², May 12, 2006
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    Randy Howard Guest

    Mark² wrote
    Is that the best you can do on a Windows box these days?

    Randy Howard, May 12, 2006
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    Mark² Guest

    For the targeted scope of its purpose, yes...but it is clear that you aren't
    familiar with the program.
    What's sad is when proponents of one side or the other make statements
    rooted in bias for a particular platform within a context of ignorance
    regarding the program particulars involved.
    Mark², May 13, 2006
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