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AL Pictures Slideshow Studio 6.5
Platform: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Vista Ultimate,Windows Vista Ultimate x64,Win98,WinME,Win95,Windows Media Center Edition 2005,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Prem
This program enables you to quickly create slideshows incorporating both picture and audio files. The slideshow can be created as an executable (.exe) file, or as a screensaver (.scr) file. The program includes 182 transitional effects. No other programs are required to view your personally created slideshow. To create slideshows, pictures from JPEG, JPG, TGA, BMP, RLE, DIB, TIF, TIFF, VSD, ICB, VDA, WIN, PCX, PCC, BW, RGB, RGBA, SGI, PSD, PDD and PNG formats and audio files from MP3, WAV and MIDI formats can be used. After creating the slideshow, you can then choose what kind of executable file you wish to save it as: "MySlideshow.exe" or "MyScreensaver.scr". All projects can be saved as a work in progress, allowing you to return and create a more professional program. Separate parameters (such as background colors, audio files, comments, etc.) can be set for all pictures, groups of pictures or individual pictures. This program is very easy to use. Your screensaver and slideshow can be made with one a single touch. We recommend that you use this program for creating business presentations of products and services, family photo albums, presentations of educational materials. If you have a digital camera, astonish your friends by making a slideshow within in minutes of taking the pictures, sending it to them and then exporting the individual photos they like the most as a JPEG or BMP file. For more information please visit to http://www.al-soft.com
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