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what is a good digital imaging program? any good advice?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by jonygirl, Mar 6, 2009.

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  1. jonygirl

    jonygirl Thread Starter

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    hi,
    i have a post on here trying to figure out pse7. i am really trying to figure out what is a good digital imaging program that you can use so you fix photos and make slideshows on. i had one person say the picassa program and another say use photoshop still. does any one have any good advice.
    i like to edit photos but put them onto a slideshow or something creative.
    please let me know.
    thank you
    jonna
     
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    Doesn't hurt to try Picasa3 and see if it can meet your editing needs as well as produce a nice video slideshow. If it comes up short on editing keep trying with PSE7, it certainly does have the chops for editing and then use a Picasa3 or Microsoft's Photo Story 3 or Windows Movie Maker or maybe some other commercial program to assemble a video slideshow.
     
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    this is the fourth thread you have started about the same thing. You'll find you'll have better luck if you stick with one thread rather than getting ideas/help scattered all over the place.

    You would do well to stick with Elements as it is a very powerful program yet reasonably easy to learn the basics of. There is a wealth of help and info available for it. What kind of fixing are you talking about?

    I don't do, much with slideshows and adding music to them but there are plenty that do that as well Irfanview will do it along with the programs fairnooks mentioned.
     
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    Maybe something like Ulead® CD & DVD PictureShow 4

    Or it looks Ulead® PhotoImpact® X3 lets you make video slideshows now.

    Also remember you can use more then one program so you may need to edit images in one and use another to do other things.

    Back to Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow Home may be more what you want and you can add sound etc but not sure how much you can edit images so it is like I said you may need to use more then one program.
     
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    http://www.preclick.com/download.php

    I have this one for years, Like it better than Picasa.
    I burn picturers on CD that show as a slideshow on TV or on the computer.
    I liked it so much(especially the redeye removal tool, that I bought it before it was free.
     
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