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 PostPost subject: How to make a photo DVD with menus        Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:26 am 
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I am curious on how to do this as my sister really wants to know how to make one, but I am a bit lost on how to make one...

Any suggestions?

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 6:58 am 
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If you have Vista Premium/Ultimate then Windows DVD Maker is your best bet, other wise you could just use a trial of some software, take a look at download.com for some trials,

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Try memories on tv. That's a good one.

Nero contains also a diashow maker.

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I think Ulead VideoStudio 11 is the best, because of many transitions and effects. But if you already try it Windows Movie Maker is the best for you.


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I use Cyberlink PowerDirector. It's more of a video editing software but has some nice effects for photo's as well and can burn to a DVD with nice menu's. It's not free but there is a trial version.


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