Ashampoo Slideshow Studio Elements : is a easy-to-use windows application to create cool and professional photo sideshow.
The application lets your creativity to flow rein free with different transition effects, personalized text effects, background music, and other effects. Whats more, it can change the quality or output size of the sideshow and save the sideshow in WMV format.
Key Features :
- Add background music, themes, images, texts and shapes into a slideshow.
- Automated Ken Burns Effects (panning and zooming).
- Photos cast shadows on slideshow background.
- Guide lines to align elements and objects.
- Individual editing of picture transitions.
- Professionally designed templates for subtitles and logos.
Ashampoo Slideshow Studio Elements is normally priced at $9.99 per single license. As part of Ashampoo’s promotion, you can now download the full version of Ashampoo Slideshow Studio Elements free of cost.
How can you grab one ?
1> Visit the promotional page here.
3> You will receive an email from MrReg@ashampoo.com which contains a conformation link .
4> Click on the conformation link to receive your free license serial code for Ashampoo Slideshow Studio Elements 2.0.1.
Download Setup File:
Once you download the setup file, installation is simple and like any other windows application installation.
Enter the serial key you received to activate the Slideshow Studio Elements to a full version.
Note: The application provides two installation modes. In the Express mode, the application will install MyAshampoo browser toolbar, and will change the user-defined homepage and the browser search engine. If you do not want any changes to be applied to your system, you are advised to select the Custom installation.
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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