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||DVD PixPlay can create DVD, VCD, or PC slideshows from your photos, videos, and music - and burn them directly to a disc. Your family and friends can play your slideshow discs on their TV with a DVD player, or on their computer. With DVD PixPlay, you'll create personalized discs that are as easy to use as an ordinary DVD. With more than 40 image motion effects and 160 transition effects, you can send your friends and family thoughtful keepsakes that they will cherish forever.
8.01 (April 14, 2014)
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Update from previous review.
There is an auto audio/video length match, and an option to fade the music out at a specified time in this new version. Player compatability has greatly improved. The only thing lacking is a Ken Burns effect, but I have never found a use for that option.
Very pleasing interface and still only $29.95.
Easy to follow interface.
Positives: smallest of all these type programs, outputs vcd/xvcd/svcd/xsvcd/minidvd/dvd, outputs mpeg2/ac3 audio.
Negatives: only accepts wav/mp3 audio, no menu creation, no auto audio/video match, no music fade at end. Burned discs are less compatible with my JVC player.
This program costs $29.95 now. I bought this program to make DVD compliant MPG files that I import into TDA.
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