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DVD maker for slideshows to show on my TV


catpwss
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Hi.I'm using windows 7 home premium. Looking for an alternative for the windows DVD maker,Its okay but looking for something with a little more choice not to be restricted to the windows one. What I want is one that will burn home movies and also make a slide show that can be played back on a normal DVD player to watch on the TV. Free one if possible,But will spend a small amount,Been looking through google and the one pops up is 'DVD Styler',Has any one got any thoughts on that or some other one Please. Many thanks .And a Happy New Year To All.

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Nontek

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Ashampoo Slideshow is great for slideshows!

Not sure if these are still free...

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catpwss

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Thanks that does look interesting.

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Lazarus The 2nd

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For Photos, 1. DVD slideshow GUI Click here

DVD slideshow GUI Tutorials (Videos) Click here

For Video, 2. DVD Flick Click here

DVD Flick User Guide PDF Click here

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mole1944

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If your tv has a usb port try that most tv's let you do a slide show from it.

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catpwss

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Thanks very much for all that info.

Happy new year to all.

Diolch yn fawr.

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