DVD PixPlay 8.0 Trial

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DVD PixPlay 8.0 TrialDVD PixPlay is a software that you can use to create slideshows from image and video files. The user interface of the tool is quite friendly. The first time you run DVD PixPlay, you can run a five-step wizard to easily accomplish a task. Thus, you can import media by using the file browser or the “drag and drop” function. Plus, you can view slideshow details (file count, duration, estimated size) and properties (default display time, image motion, transitions, music). Furthermore, you can display each image with a motion effect (e.g. pan from top left to bottom right, zoom in to bottom left) and add transition effects (e.g. cross fade, fade in and out, page flip, wipes, slides). Additionally, you can either use the soundtrack of the videos in the slideshow or replace it with your own music, as well as display captions over frames. All these options can be configured or reset to default. Also, you can preview results, burn one or multiple slideshows to disk, change the viewing mode (e.g. thumbnails, film strip), and more. The application uses a moderate amount of system resources, includes tutorials with screenshots and tips, and manages to quickly complete a task while keeping a good image and sound quality. Since DVD PixPlay is very easy to use, even by inexperienced individuals, we strongly recommend it.
DVD PixPlay will allow you to create VCD slide shows from videos, images and music and burn them directly to a CD. DVD PixPlay allows you to create VCD slide shows from images, videos and music and write them directly to a CD. VCD’s can then be played on your television using a DVD Player. VCD’s make it easy to share your images with your friends and family, particularly those who do not have a computer. And they are as easy to use as a normal DVD.
Here are some key features of “DVD PixPlay”:
  • Watch your favorite images on your television
  • Or on your computer using our free VCD Player
  • Add audio tracks as background music
  • Add your own voice for a commentary
  • Writes directly to a blank CD (for playback in most DVD and VCD Players)
  • Choose from more than thirty image transition effects
  • Easily create and insert title and other text pages
  • Can also create VCD’s from your video files
  • Use the included thumbnail browser to choose your images or drag and drop them from windows
  • Retrieve images directly from a digital camera or scanner
  • Preview your slideshow right on your computer
  • Outputs to VCD, SVCD, XVCD, XSVCD and MPEG formats, with NTSC and PAL support
  • Add text and fun objects to your photos (such as Santa hats and speech bubbles)
  • Supports all common image formats (JPEG, JPEG2000, GIF, BMP, PNG, etc.), common sound formats (MP3 and WAV) and video formats (AVI, MPEG, etc.)
Requirements:
  • Pentium 500
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 10 MB HDD
  • CD or DVD Burner
Limitations:
  • Unregistered message added to created slideshows
  • 45 days trial
  • Nag Screen
  • 100 photo per slideshow
  • Limited functionality
What’s New 
  • Added: Now automatically converts M4A, AIFF and 3GP files to a compatible format
  • Changed: Defaults to MP3 as the destination audio format rather than WAV
  • Changed: Different encoder now used for converting WMA files
  • Added: Can now add periods of silence to your background list
  • Fixed: When right-click a file it may show properties for previous file
  • Fixed: Timing is adversely affected when skipping through the slideshow using PageDown
  • Fixed: Text added to monochrome JPEG images may not have full color
  • Fixed: Percentage symbols in filenames of title page objects may cause issues
  • Fixed: Some windows do not show hover hints
  • Changed: Toolbars can no longer float over application
  • Fixed: Better at coping with moved DPG files
  • Fixed: If printing during a slideshow it may not print the correct frame
  • Added: Much faster at creating title pages and menus
  • Added: Much faster handling of videos
  • Added: Multiline editor for text
  • Added: Enhancements to many existing transitions, including 3D effects
  • Adde…
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