Photos on TV
Turn your photo album into a slideshow extravaganza
Photos on TV makes it easy to create entertaining photo slideshows to watch on your TV.
Import & Edit
Import photos straight from your digital camera, DV Camcorder or scanner. You can organise the order and transitions of the pictures in your show, as well as changing the size of your photos and editing them to have them looking better than new in no time.
Design Your Own Show
Choose one of the themed templates and get all the aspects of an entertaining slideshow. Then get creative and personalise your presentation with your own narration, sound effects, music and special morphing options to create spectacular viewing.
Burn & Share
Burn your finished slideshow onto VCD and watch your personalised shows on TV in the comfort of your living room. Your slideshow disc will play on standard DVD players. You can even burn them onto CD.
- Integrated photo editing, including functions such as: resizing, colour adjustment, sharpness, rotation etc.
- Variety of different sound effects, transitions, pre-prepared templates and background images.
- Image animation produces brilliant effects.
- Recording function enables you to use your own sound effects, speech and music.
- Insert animated text.
- Supports all commonly used graphics formats.
- Burn your completed slide shows on a VCD for viewing on TV, using most DVD players, or burn them on CD
- Easy-to-use with virtual assistants.
|Platform||Windows 2000, Windows Millenium, Windows XP, Windows 98 SE|
- Windows® 98SE/Me/2000/XP Home
- Intel or AMD Athlon 600 MHz (1.1 GHz recommended)
- 8 MB RAM AGP video card
- Minimum 100 MB disk space
- 700 MB for CD-Burning
- 64 MB RAM (128 MB RAM recommended)
- 16 bit Soundcard
- 1024x768 graphic resolution.
"Photo slideshow software seems to be all the rage at the moment.
The latest example, GSP's Photos On TV, is the cheapest we've
seen. The program works well enough and even manages to offer one
feature that we haven't seen in any of its rivals. You start work
by importing your photos into the program's Selection window,
along with any music files you might want to use for your
slideshow's soundtrack. You can then drag and drop photos and
music files quickly on to the Storyboard panel that runs along
the bottom half of the workspace and is similar to the storyboard
option included in many video-editing programs. Once that's done,
you can add transition effects or captions, and adjust settings
such as the speed of transitions or music volume. The transitions
include a fairly routine selection of fades and wipes, but there
is one burst of originality in the form of a morphing option that
lets you blend one photo into another. The final step is to burn
your slideshow to a CD or DVD so that you can give it to family
or firends. The program provides a good selection of templates
for creating DVD menus. Photos On TV is excellent value if you
just want to create CD or DVD slideshows."
Computer Shopper, Issue 225
"The premise of Photos on TV is to make it easy to create
slideshows that can be viewed on your telly. Creating a slideshow
was a simple enough affair, and the various tools are all easy to
access and set up. The interface was well laid out and
Computer Act!ve, Issue 221