Make a Video/Photo Slideshow for Sharing YouTune/Burning DVD

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Make a Video/Photo Slideshow for Sharing YouTune/Burning DVD

Postby JerryEdison001 » Tue Oct 22, 2013 7:31 am

Slideshow is one of the excellent sources to bring back the past memories in front your eyes. If you desire to obtain a wonderful recollection in your life, then creating specialized slideshow is the best choice for that. Now with aPubsoft DVD Slideshow Builder- a slideshow software for windows 8, you can easily make a slideshow with unique features. By using this slideshow software, even the ordinary person can create the outstanding slideshows from their photo images without any photographic knowledge.

Here we’ll see how to make a slideshow with this slideshow software for windows 8 step by step. Just follow this tip and create sparkling slideshows according to your desires.

1. Add files to aPubsoft slideshow software on windows 8 pc

Directly add video/audio/photo files to Slideshow project or double click the black window of the preview region to add photos or videos from your local disk. Click Music Symbol on bottom of main interface to choose music file as the background music. Also you can type what you want to write.

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2. Personalize the slideshow on windows 8

This slideshow software provides many choices to add various effects to your photos and themes. For example, you can add add background music in the main interface by clicking Music Symbol. And you can edit the added source files, such as cropping the video playing region, trimming any video/audio clip and adjusting the output effect to meet your needs. It also provides you with various transitions inserted between individual source clips.

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3. Create DVD/Photo slideshow on Windows 8 PC

Now go to “Create” tab on top of the main interface, and preview your slideshow. The window will change where you can select output format from Profile drop-down list and click Browse to find the destination folder. Also you can reset specific output settings.

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Tip:

1. If you want to save the slideshow as DVD slideshow on Windows 8 PC, you can select “General Video > DVD Video (*.vob)” or “DVD Video – NTSC (*.vob)” or “DVD Video – PAL (*.vob)” for buring DVD with Windows 8 DVD Maker.

2. If you like to save your slideshow as video slideshow on windows 8: choose any format from General Video or HD Video to keep the high quality of your original files.

3. If you love to watch the slideshow on your device like iPad/iPhone/iPod/Android Devices/Windows Phone 8/PSP/PS3/PS4/Xbox 360/720/One, etc, just to select compatible formats for your devices.

4. Wanna your slideshow share on YouTube, you can select “General Video > FLV – Flash Video Format (*.flv)” and then upload to YouTube for sharing on windows 8 PC.

Now that you have gone through the whole process of making a slideshow on windows 8 pc, just download this photo/dvd slideshow software for windows 8 and get started!

Tips: If you want to create a sophisticated video slideshow, you can use [STRIKE]aPubsoft DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe[/STRIKE], which is yet the best and most powerful DVD photo slideshow maker with 480+ movie styles & 130+ 2D/3D transitions and functions to directly burn slideshow to dvd or sharing on YouTube.

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