slide show to tv dvd

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  1. magphoto

    magphoto TPF Noob!

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    Can anyone recommend software to burn photos (slide show) to play on a TV dvd player? What do you think is the best software....I'm a professional wedding and portrait photographer shooting Fuji s3's and using PC platform xp windows. Thanks.
     
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    I have Sonic Digital Media/My DVDPlus.

    Works wonderfully; it only took maybe 10 minutes after picking out the photos to put the slideshow together. Lots of slide transition options, and options for the menu too. Plus, add in a music file and your slideshow is set to music.

    It even has options for music looping and music fade in and fade out. Couldn't be happier with it.
     
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    I would only do this if you were selling it to a customer for their own displaying. For showing samples and stuff, the 640x480 resolution of a TV just isn't enough to show decent detail 99% of the time in my experience.
     
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    I personally use Photoshow Gold as I do High School Graduation DVD's. Very Versatile and easy to use with a lot of creativity.
     
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    Hi,

    I have use a service by Photomax. You can use their online software to develop a great DVD (called Movie Magic) with a theme and sound track. as part of your DVD you have a normal slide show also. You need to have an account with them though, which is ok cause you get a free 5GB account to store the photos you want to use in the DVD. Check out the info on this at www.qvteam.myphotomax.com. Hope this helps
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