Graphics & Photo Software Animation DVD Photo Slideshow

DVD Photo Slideshow 7.96 for Windows

by Anvsoft, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (16 votes)

File Details

File Size 24.5 MB
License Shareware, $49.95
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,633
Publisher Anvsoft, Inc.
Homepage DVD Photo Slideshow

Publisher's Description

DVD Photo Slideshow allows you to make use of your DVD or CD burner to create entertaining photo slideshows you can watch on TV. With one click, DVD Photo Slideshow creates an exciting photo slide show complete with music, motion menus and transition effects. You can quickly and easily produce professional-looking photo slideshow DVD disc and share the slide show on home big screen TV with standard DVD player in the comfort of your living room. With a few minutes of work, you'll have an eye-catching slide show that will run on nearly any DVD players.

Latest Reviews

Nicolas Won

Nicolas Won reviewed v7.77 on Oct 11, 2007

What makes me like this program is its easy-to-use interface and process design. I should say it’s a fair choice.

I like the elegant, clear-cut interface and the good slideshow it makes. I’m especially impressed with the program's extra functions. There are abundant of good-looking transition effects.
You can even dub the slideshow with built-in recorder. What’s more, you can add video clips to the photo slideshow!

There are minor bugs though, for instance, in Organize Photos->Text framework, there’s a blank box which turns out to be Text Brush! Why not show a caption Text Brush?

One more thing, DPS provides only basic photo enhancements. We don’t expect it to be as powerful as Adobe Photoshop and other professional photo editing tools. But it would be better to contain some filters and effects, like red-eye-rescue, emboss, blur, engrave, smooth, negative, etc. These may help to make our photo album more art-look-like.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (16 votes)
Your Rating
Nicolas Won

Nicolas Won reviewed v7.77 on Oct 11, 2007

What makes me like this program is its easy-to-use interface and process design. I should say it’s a fair choice.

I like the elegant, clear-cut interface and the good slideshow it makes. I’m especially impressed with the program's extra functions. There are abundant of good-looking transition effects.
You can even dub the slideshow with built-in recorder. What’s more, you can add video clips to the photo slideshow!

There are minor bugs though, for instance, in Organize Photos->Text framework, there’s a blank box which turns out to be Text Brush! Why not show a caption Text Brush?

One more thing, DPS provides only basic photo enhancements. We don’t expect it to be as powerful as Adobe Photoshop and other professional photo editing tools. But it would be better to contain some filters and effects, like red-eye-rescue, emboss, blur, engrave, smooth, negative, etc. These may help to make our photo album more art-look-like.

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