Photo To Film 3.3 estaba como Giveaway el día n 4 de febrero de 2016
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Beware, the setup attempts to install other software and did install an unwanted icon on my desktop.
In essence the program is a slideshow viewer that converts images to video, it claims to allow background audio and subtitles, experienced problems with the latter.
Had quite a few difficulties with the program, probably because it's in beta stage and needs a considerable amount more work.
Am in the process of developing a slideshow viewer in which each image can have its own audio and viewable text file below, the image viewing time is dependent on the length of the audio. My problem is it does not convert to video hence it is only usable in Windows.
From the design of this program I was hoping it would do the same but convert to video and therefore be viewable on any platform.
Sadly it is much more limited than this and is not pleasant to use, I want to spend a bit more time testing it but think that in the end I will be uninstalling it.
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XP-Man Seriously, good luck with the slideshow development project. An entire firework display between each and every image?) that time and again I find myself harking back to Microsoft Photostory 3 from 14 years ago yet still *the* definitive software in this genre. It's obsolescent now, created before home DVD players and 16:9 widescreen monitors and TVs but ah, its engineering. So brilliant that Microsoft hadn't a clue how good it actually was and let it die away. Hard to believe, something as good as that came from the same company that nowadays offers Windows 10.
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Slightly baffling giveaway seeing as the free (donationware) and paid-for versions are the exact same other than the support offer.
KC Softwares has been around for many years as one of those nice-guy developers whose range of softs have at worse been competent and at best, well worth using. PhotoToFilm, which I first encountered at least 5 years ago, is a middling product, one which doesn't pretend to compete with more comprehensive offers from major publishers (notably Ashampoo, whose HD slideshow is now, at long last, one of the best around) and which some are going to find disappointing in terms of its modest abilities and dated GUI.
The fact that you've always needed to run other software to actually burn PhotoToFilm's output hasn't changed; the developer's preferred choice here is VSO's "Copy To", an additional $25 cost which, sadly, doesn't help PhotoToFilm's chances at all.
Still, if you're taking baby steps in the world of home DVD slideshow production and would prefer to play around with stuff that's fairly rudimentary, PhotoToFilm is worth checking out. As it's free today via GOTD including technical support and free all the time from KC Softwares itself without support, you're never going to be out of pocket on the deal.
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another kc software fabricated giveaway... no functional difference between the free edition and the full edition other than removal of nag screen in the so called full edition.... it cannot even burn to disc without a paid for 3rd party program! Now there are free disc burning SDK's out there this developer could easily use to complete his program but he chooses to retain the incomplete feature that is only available if the end user buys a seperate product from presumably an affilliate. In fact the Free edition entitles the end user to MORE than this giveaway does as one of the standard GAOTD terms is "no free technical support" but the free edition comes with free technical support and the paid for "full" version comes with " Premium Tech Support which of course we don't get...
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Hi, if you wish to be better informed about this Software - Photo ToFilm, here is the previous version of it given away on July 9, 2015: http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/phototofilm-3-2/ Look into Comments and find Karl's, thankfully still there, but as usual form your own opinion. As to KC Softwares and their long and steady contribution to GOTD - first Photo ToFilm Giveaway appeared here on January 29, 2007: http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/phototofilm/ and few in between since then. The list of other Products of this Publisher making their way to GOTD doesn't end there. Finally in my opinion it would be helpful if Photo ToFilm came with some screenshots/samples to show effects a.s.o., but in a meantime hope this helps.
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