Slideshow Viewer

Written by Rylee Newton
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When you own slideshow software one of the most important components is the slideshow viewer. This is the part of your software that allows you to preview your work in progress, and playback your final project. On the viewer you will find play, fast forward, rewind and pause buttons with obvious uses. You will also find a time line or time code bar, and a button of some sort to control the amount of time each frame is used in your slideshow.

Your slideshow viewer serves many functions, and should be east to use in most software programs. When you can preview your work, you have a better understanding of the flow of your slideshow. You can see if your images flow together to make a cohesive story, and you can see where adjustments need to be made along the way.

Watching Home Movies with Your Slideshow Viewer

When you create a slideshow, you want to make sure it is something your friends and family can watch and enjoy as well. When you create movies from your digital photos, you want to provide an easy viewing method for people with little to no computer experience. Your friends do not need to own slideshow software to view your presentations. They can look at these photos and movies with the help of a slideshow viewer or one of the media players available online.

Most of the software developers make products that provide their customers with professional looking presentations without a lot of overwhelming computer jargon. You don't want to have to spend time converting your files into readable formats for your friends. Most software provides you with suggestions for downloading your presentations onto websites, or sending them via e-mail to anyone you please.


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