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Transfer photos to a DVD with the downloadable Photo DVD Maker Windows software program from Xilisoft. With your photos on a DVD, you can view them using a standard DVD player connected to a TV. Moreover, you can share them with anyone that does not have access to a computer, but owns an NTSC or PAL DVD player.
Photo DVD Maker comes with a drag and drop feature that lets you easily create a photo slide show. You can add music as well as chapters, which organize the photos by theme such as holidays and vacation trips, to the slide show. Additionally, Photo DVD Maker lets you create an impressive show with the help of transitional effects and image-editing tools.
Transfer your photo library to DVDs
Create ISO files and DVD folders for your photo collection
Supports multi-threading and multi-core CPU processing to speed up the conversion process
Apply transitional effects such as fade-in and fade-out
Rotate the photos 90° clockwise or counterclockwise as well as flip the photo's orientation during playback
Add background music along with audio fade-in and fade-out effects
Set the audio to loop during playback
Adjust the writing speed, video and audio quality, and audio channel
Customize the volume label
Create a DVD to play under NTSC or PAL standards
Set a predetermined interval to automatically add chapters
Photo DVD Maker can automatically close itself once the conversion is finished
Your computer can shut down, hibernate, enter standby, or do nothing after a conversion job is done
The user interface includes English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese
1 GHz Intel/AMD processor or above 256 MB of RAM (512 MB or above recommended) 100 MB free disk space for installation Super VGA (800 x 600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher Recordable DVD drive