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Question on DVD slideshow software

 
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Apr 01, 2014 11:07 |  #1

I am currently using Elements 7 for editing and for my vacation slideshows.

The slideshows are easily done, but my slideshow DVD pictures never have the same quality as the originals. I output the shows in the highest quality.

My budget is $250 or so. What is a good slideshow software that outputs the pictures in their highest quality?




  
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Apr 01, 2014 11:46 |  #2

Check out proshow producer or proshow gold, best slideshow programs out there.


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For viewing on a computer or a DVD?


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Apr 04, 2014 21:13 |  #4

How are they not the same? Are you putting out images the size of your display or have you reduced the resolution?


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Apr 05, 2014 07:25 |  #5

Adharr wrote in post #16810780 (external link)
For viewing on a computer or a DVD?


I mainly am viewing via a DVD on a hi def TV. I have looked at my pictures on the Hi Def TV via a direct camera hookup and they look perfect. Likewise, they look perfect on my hi res computer monitor.

However when I do a slideshow using Elements 7, the pictures are not nearly as crisp as above despite using the highest quality settings and maximum quality DVD burning.

I am looking to get a Blu Ray burner but presently I don't think that will overcome the quality of the Elements7 slideshow.




  
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