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Anonymous
July 26, 2005 6:54:21 AM

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Photo DVD Maker Professional is a cool tool to burn photo to DVD and
could be shown on TV with backgroud music and transition effects.

Download website: http://www.photo-dvd-maker.com

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Anonymous
July 26, 2005 4:57:39 PM

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On 26 Jul 2005 02:54:21 -0700, anvsoft@gmail.com wrote:

>Photo DVD Maker Professional is a cool tool to burn photo to DVD and
>could be shown on TV with backgroud music and transition effects.
>
>Download website: http://www.photo-dvd-maker.com

This one is *much* better: "Memories on TV", same price but can to the
Ken-burns effect too, and you can include video clips. It also got 5
cows from tucows...

http://www.codejam.com/motv.htm

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July 26, 2005 6:24:51 PM

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anvsoft@gmail.com wrote:
> Photo DVD Maker Professional is a cool tool to burn photo to DVD and
> could be shown on TV with backgroud music and transition effects.
>
> Download website: http://www.photo-dvd-maker.com
>
Premiere Pro by Adobe is a good one it does just about anything you see
on TV although it is a touch on the expensive side.

Works well with Photoshop.

mikel
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Anonymous
July 26, 2005 9:54:07 PM

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Caution...not all DVD players support the display of digital camera
images! The ones sold now often can do that, but older DVD players
sold even 5-6 years ago may not be able to see the images!

--Wilt
Anonymous
July 27, 2005 4:37:15 PM

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On 26 Jul 2005 17:54:07 -0700, "wilt" <wiltw@aol.com> wrote:

>Caution...not all DVD players support the display of digital camera
>images! The ones sold now often can do that, but older DVD players
>sold even 5-6 years ago may not be able to see the images!

The three tools mentioned in the thread so far all make DVD compliant
video of the slideshow, so will work in any DVD player that can read a
DVDR disk.

Yes, only some players will read JPEGs from a DVD, but that's not what
the disks this software makes requires.

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