Monday, August 27, 2007

Show off Your imagination on Your Apple iPod Slideshow

Show off Your imagination on Your Apple iPod Slideshow
With the advancement of technology, our life become more and more colorful. Especially many cute and powerful digital products have brought a lot of fun to our life. Apple iPod is probably one of the most popular digital device, do you want to show off your imagination on your apple iPod, especially when you expect to treasure up the precious moment and share your joy and fun with your friends or family? I am a digital product enthusiast and ever used a good tool called Wondershare iPod Slideshow, which is a powerful slideshow making tool but easy to use. If you are interested, check out the tutorial below.

Step1: Download iPod Slideshow from
then install and run it.

Step2: Add your photos and videos quickly
Click button “Photo&Video” to activate the file browse window, select one or more media files in the pop-up window and then click button. All the photos or videos will be ready soon.
Step3: Edit your photos and videos easily
○ Edit photo
There are five edit functions to edit your artwork. You can crop your photos, add text, clipart and photo effect just click the right button.
○ Edit Video
Double click on a video file thumbnail, you can trim your video and add video effect. Further, you can record your voice and then edit it.
Step4: show off your artwork with magic effects
○ Transition Effect
Click Effect Thumbnail to activate effect configuration window.
In the effect configuration window, make further settings as follow.
○ Ken Burns Effect
Click the pentagram on the photo or video thumbnail to activate effect configuration window. Then effect configuration window will slide out from the right edge of the application.

Step5: surprise your output
○ Now you almost complete your artwork. Take a preview first.
○ Click tab “make” to open output setting window.
The bigger resolution value you choose, the higher video quality you will get, but the file size will be larger. CD (44.1 kHz) is a higher audio quality for sample rate and radio (22.05 kHz) is a normal audio quality. You can select "Save to iPod" to transfer the output mp4 file to your iPod directly.

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