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MAGIX Xtreme Photo Story on CD and DVD 8 Deluxe

All too often digital photographs are left to languish on hard drive and memory cards. Occasionally, favourite images may be printed out, but this is certainly not the norm. Xtreme Photo Story on CD & DVD provides you with the tools you need to transform your photos into stunning videos and slideshows that you can enjoy either on your computer or on your television.

A huge number of special effects and artistic filters are available to help liven up dull images, while transitions and 3D animations can be used to add extra sparkle. Individual photos can be captioned using 3D text and image transitions can be automatically configured to fall in time with the background music you have selected to be part of your presentation. Videos can be included as well as images.

Completed projects can be burned to CD, DVD or even Blu-ray discs, complete with impressive menu systems. Watching discs on a TV screen is a far more social activity than trying to gather a group of people around a cramped computer monitor, but you also have the option of uploaded slideshows and videos to YouTube to share them with a karger audience. Xtreme Photo Story on CD & DVD provides an easy way to do your photos justice in a simple and fun way.

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 8.0.3.2
Licence: Trial Software
Manufacturer: Magix
Date Added: {ts '2010-05-14 12:38:00'}


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