10. Slide Show v.0.4b

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"10. Slide Show" is a program designed to display a series of images one after another. These images can be in a variety of formats including Bmp, Gif and Jpeg. You can either create a slide show file before hand or you can browse to a folder. If you select a folder then every compatible image will be displayed. Whichever method you use to create your show you can set the delay between images, the background colour, music, shuffle and loop. You can also choose to stretch each image to fill the screen whilst keeping the aspect ratio. When the show is running you can use hotkeys to skip back or forward a frame, pause, delete or quit.

Slide Show images in a couple of clicks. The program displays a series of images one after another. You can either create a slide show file before hand or you can browse a folder. Whichever method you use, set the delay between images, the background colour, music, shuffle and loop.

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  • 10. Slide Show
  • 0.4b
  • Tinnes Software
  • Win95, Win98, WinME, Windows2000, WinXP
  •  
  • Freeware
  • 2.34 Mb
  • 563
  • Free
 
 

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