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License:
Shareware
Size:
1.78 MB
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Downloads:
3484
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
AVLANDesign(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
AVD Slide Show is a nice utility you can use to easily view a sequence of images as a slide show, each image being shown for some predetermined time before going on to the next. You just point it to a file in folder, say how long to display each picture, select transition effects and then sit back and watch. If a picture is too large or less for your screen, it is resized to fit keeping the aspect ratio.

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System Requirements
P-II-350, 128 MB RAM
What's New
AVI export has been added

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