LiveSlideShow provides all the tools you need to create a slide show with your favorite images with sound, visual transitional effects, and button navigation.
You can even add narration.
LiveSlideShow features 3 sections that make it easy to create the finished production:
- Section 1: drag-and-drop your pictures, graphics, navigation buttons,sound effects and narration clips into the media library.
- Section 2: drag clips from the media library into the timeline area;arrange them in whatever order you like; add transitions and captions.
- Section 3: position everything to your liking on the stage.
After creating your slide show, you can preview it to see if you need to make changes in images, sounds, or effects. After you are satisfied with your creation, you can post it on a Web site, e-mail it to friends and family, or, if it is job-oriented, present it at work. Your show is in a single file that can be read by anyone with the QuickTime Player. In addition, because LiveSlideShow is a QuickTime-based product, shows created with it can be shared between Mac and Windows platforms.
Please read the documentation or visit the home page for more detailed information.
System Requirements: A Power Macintosh running at 266MHz or faster; MacOS 8.5 or later; QuickTime 4 or later; 15MB of hard disk space for installation; 10MB of RAM free for the application.
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