Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD 9 full review
MAGIX PhotoStory on CD & DVD 9 is all about sharing. It's designed to help you create slide shows that you can share online, or - as its name would imply - offline, by burning them to CD or DVD.
Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD's interface isn't the prettiest, but once you get used to its look, you'll find this app pretty easy to use.
Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD's ease of use is apparent when you first launch the app. A pop-up window asks whether you'd like to edit an existing project, create a new one manually, or create a new slide show with help from the wizard. Whichever option you choose, you'll find that you can create a slide show quickly: Simply select photos to include, select the type of fade (or transition) you'd like to use, add background music, and - voilá - your slide show is created.
I like that Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD lets you enhance the photos you include. Simpler apps require that you complete all editing offline, but PhotoStory lets you optimize the colour, brightness, and sharpness of your images. You can also add intros and outros, as well as titles and credits.
Once your slide show is complete, you can easily burn it to a CD or DVD. That may feel a bit antiquated now that it's so easy to share everything online, but the functionality is nicely implemented. And with Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD you can share slide shows online, too.
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Magix PhotoStory on CD & DVD 9: Specs
- Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP