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Hello,

When I open my VideoShow Expressions and get to the part that says "add photos" I can go to that file and select the photos which just load in the order I want them. Should I decide I want to move them around... dragand drop is king! Then you can take the photos that you want to add text to - write, size & pick color, and then drag the text to the correct spot on the photo. Next take each photo and decide what pan & zoom you will use - they can all be different - and the percent that the photo stops at the beginning or the end of the transition. I generally just do a 20% stand still after the transition. The exciting part of this is that the program also has video transitions, so picking random transitions along with the pan and zoom makes your video come alive. Most programs have the transitions, but not the pan and zoom feature.

Once you are satisfied with how each photo looks, click next and pick your songs (which are already suppose to be on your computer). Say you have 220 photos and they are going to each go about 12 seconds. You are looking at songs that will add up to about 2,640 seconds (or about 44 minutes worth of music). Check the box that says fit photos to the music length. Do a preview and after you catch your breath at the thrill of it all, you can SAVE & CLOSE. Then when you open it up again you can pick your theme and title, save, and then you can write to disk. You need a DVD writer and you want to choose (TV and/or the NTSC setting), best fit and usually the 4 mbits per second and variable rate. My computer is very particular and for awhile would not accept certain selections, but after trial and error, those are the settings that seem to work best.

When it has finished writing it will ask if you want to do another - don't because it is a long process (up to six hours if your computer is slow). You are better off to save your first disk (mark it as original) and then use your copy disk feature to make as many copies as you want. This program also has a feature to make CD or DVD labels; you can make fancy labels from the templates and add your own writing and pictures.

If this isn't enough, the program also allows you to make DVDs from your video camera and even combine photos and videos with seamless transitions on the same DVD. I have not done this yet, but this program is a must to have if you want to make DVDs of your pictures or videos.

Take care.

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