Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe 6.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 24 de julio de 2014
Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe es un generador de presentación de diapositivas de gran alcance que puede crear vídeos tipo hollywood con fotos, videos y música.
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8; CPU: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz or above; RAM: 512MB system memory; Display Card: Accelerated 3D graphics - 64MB RAM; Sound Card: Windows-compatible sound card; Resolution: 800x600 display; DVD Driver: DVD+R/RW/-RW Burner
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system. The installer loads large data via the Wondershare WAC Downloader, without informing, that...
The final installation is about 85 megs, and the Wondershare Helper Compact is not missing, too ...
Don't forget to load the addition 82 megs of additional resources:
A Chinese company with address, phone&fax:
Established in 2003 and located in Shenzhen, adjacent to the international financial and trade center Hong Kong, Wondershare has extended its business worldwide, consistently dedicated to satisfy customers with diversified consumer software products and services.
One year ago we had had Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard 6.1.11 on May, 13th.
Here are the old reviews :
On the first start a crash : access violation at address 0401c662 in module "ProjetDoc.dll" Read of address 00000000.
Restarted, it works, a modern interface opens, you add your photos and then ... nearly unlimited options to personalize your slideshow.
If you love to make slideshows, it is an impressive tool, really.
I have made a short test. Have a look - and yes, it is only a home made pizza (I am a pizza fan). It is an 8 megs .AVI file, the HD .WMV video resulted in a 80 MByte file. I uploaded only the short example.
You can save your slideshow as DVD (to be burned) or as video in different format. A really complete program. Makes a good impression.
I have to admit, that I am not a slideshow fan. But I keep this piece of software - and delete the Wondershare helper compact...
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Excellent tool today, as almost any program coming from this developer, that offers a lot of functions, transitions and motion types in a friendly and neat GUI.
Perfect for those who takes lots of pics or movies during vacation, since it can import them easily from camcorders or other cameras and devices.
Users can add custom subtitles and music tracks, or even add their own voice to make a comment on their slideshow, before burning it to a DVD or to other video formats compatible with pretty much any kind of mobile phone out there.
Overall it's a KEEPER!
3 THUMBS UP from me!
BEST FREE ALTERNATIVE?
Here you go:
To add an audio track (for instance a recorded narration) to an image or to a specific point of your slideshow, just export your slideshow to mpg/avi format, then open it with the freeware “DubIt”:
After recording your narration or adding your music sounds to specific points of your slideshow, export to wav/mp3 and then import them into you DVD slideshow GUI project.
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Thank goodness I am using the WinPatrol tool, because this is one unruly Wondershare giveaway! I've not had these problems in quite a while with a download from Wondershare OR most of the other giveaway vendors. Without notification or asking permission, this program auto-installs a Multimedia Player that tries to replace ALL of your default media player for some files (in my case, it keeps trying to replace iTunes, MediaPlayer, and a DVDPlayer package!). As noted above, it also tries to add a "helper" program to your startup files. Wondershare: I am not unhappy to have another media player, but a) please ask my permission before installing it, and b) please do NOT install ANY helper startups without my permission. GOTD, I'm grateful for the products and service you provide, but if your contract with the vendors specifies they NOT hide bloatware/malware, please enforce you contract!
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@8 CookieRevised / @11 bill / @12 Kris / @13 Sarge
In one of the first steps you can choose a different location for the program:
And than the DOWN-LOADER will begin downloading the original program from Wondershare: ~35Mb. "dsb_deluxe_full18.exe"
Therefore give the setup access to the internet for downloading.
Besides the program it also downloads a media-player: about 29Mb "player_full1374.exe"
This will be installed without asking:
And very nice :-( : after uninstalling, it will be installed again after starting "Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe" and become the default player again.
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The biggest problem with slideshows, or any still images on a video DVD, is that it's old technology designed for TVs with a picture tube. It's actually hard nowadays not to do better. Many on-line photo sites let you view a collection of pictures as a slideshow, & there are all sorts of ways of viewing those on a HDTV or PC/laptop display. Many [most?] cameras, tablets, & cells let you display photos singly or in a slideshow to a [HD]TV or PC/laptop display. Many [I think most] DVD & Blu-Ray players will display images one at a time or in a slideshow from a disc or USB storage or over your home network. And while it's not talked about much because of all those other ways you can view a slideshow on a HDTV, you can do the same thing as a slideshow DVD at higher resolution & with less limitations on a Blu-Ray disc you create & burn.
So IMHO ignore the DVD in DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe -- it'll output several HD formats. Try outputting to highest bit rate mpg2 if you want or need to re-encode the results. Encoding your slideshow for your tablet or smartphone is pretty self explanatory in typical Wondershare fashion. Tsmuxer &/or multiAVCHD will let you get your slideshow on a BD disc your player should handle - multiAVCHD will let you add menus -- and both are free. Or you can use something like Nero Platinum to create Blu-Ray discs [around $35 on sale or free after rebate].
But if you must go the DVD route, Do bear in mind that while video DVDs may look OK on your HDTV, that's largely because you're viewing 25 or 30 or more different images a second, so your eyes don't have time to focus on each one to see its faults.
With video DVDs at the least your photos will have to be 720 x 480 or 576 [NTSC/PAL] -- that's 345,600 or 414,720 pixels -- so you'll lose a lot of resolution & detail, since I don't know of a cell phone, & certainly not any cameras that don't take pictures in the several [if not dozen or more] megapixel range. There are several other restrictions when you put your images into broadcast spec video -- often many of them can be ignored & the results will still look fine, but software may impose them anyway... which ones, how much, & how those conversions are done internally in the software varies among the different programs you can use.
When reducing the photo's size you also have to convert from the image's square pixels to the non-square pixels used on video DVDs, which is the same as analog broadcast. Very roughly 640 x 480 becomes 720 x 480, but the actual math behind the more accurate conversion in video software is both more complicated & can vary from one app to the next. Now frankly a lot of people won't notice if the aspect ratio [proportions] is off, or won't care if they do -- I've seen plenty of wrong conversions broadcast via cable. If it matters to you research the image sizes recommended for your software, or run tests comparing before & after. Bear in mind that non-square pixel video will itself be distorted on a PC unless you use player software [e.g. PowerDVD] that compensates by altering the displayed frame size. FWIW the Vegas Pro 9 manual recommends sizing &/or cropping your images to 655 x 480 & 787 x 576 [NTSC/PAL] maintaining the original aspect ratio before importing them into a project for standard broadcast or DVD.
*According to the specs* color ranges, and the saturation of some colors will also be reduced. Images may also be softened or blurred, beyond what you'll get just encoding them to mpg2 video, to overcome the flickering you might see on an interlaced display [remember we're talking about specs for TVs - not HDTVs]. If you're going to play your DVD slideshow on a regular TV you *might* want to soften your images beforehand, particularly any with sharp horizontal edges. Better software will also let you encode mpg2 with progressive frames or make them interlaced -- one or the other may look better to you.
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