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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by JoshJosh117, Aug 9, 2009.
Yup there are loads.
iMovie is what I use most the time.
iDVD is great for this! You can even tell it to also include the photo files as well, so that the recipient can put the photos on their own computer!
Fotomagico is probably the best in terms of features, flexibility and just a very well polished 'mac' experience. The 'home' version is a very good value. I opted for the 'pro' version because of the Aperture support and HD export, but it was kind of pricey. I've used it to make some great slide shows though.
I didn't upgrade from version 2.x to the recently released 3.x. I thought the upgrade price was too high for the new features involved (for my needs). Had they cut the upgrade price I would have done it.
This may sound like a strange idea, but why not use Keynote and use their pretty transitions and effects. It was originally designed for heavy picture use. Why not?
Not a bad idea actually.
Its just hard to work on timing when your not controlling it manually due to lack of timeline.