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Topic # 64843 23-Jul-2010 18:07
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Hi there i would like to know what are some good programs for making a slide show of video clips and photos
I have a laptop running windows 7 which i will be using to make a slide show of some photos and video and i would also like to add a audio soundtrack 

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  Reply # 355683 24-Jul-2010 07:52
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Windows Movie Maker will do the job.




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  Reply # 355688 24-Jul-2010 08:25
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Thanks i have downloaded that
Do you know if there is anyway to put a watermark of a logo on there somewhere aswell 

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  Reply # 355691 24-Jul-2010 08:27
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The software has lots of functionality - you better try a few test movies first and read the Help file.









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  Reply # 356173 25-Jul-2010 20:24
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I have been using the program and it is a very very easy program to use however when i save the movie with the ratio of 4:3 there becomes black lines on the side but then when i save it as 16:9 it has black lines on the side and the top

Is there anyway to make the lines on the side to dissapear and become full screen instead of having them on the side

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  Reply # 356258 25-Jul-2010 23:26
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for me the best software out there is MemoriesOnTV. the windows live software is not bad, but memoriesontv is awesome. its not free, but its not expensive either. There is a trial that sticks in a watermark until you purchase so its easy to try out.
http://www.codejam.com/




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  Reply # 356335 26-Jul-2010 08:30
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Forgot about MOTV, havent used that in a few years :) Was great software back then... must give it another look :)




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