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How to add photos and video to your slideshow
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Adding a blank slide
Rearranging slides
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Setting the slideshow menu thumbnail (Optical output types only)
Slideshow settings
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How to edit and decorate a slide
Rotating a slide
Setting display length
Setting the transition effect between slides
Duplicating a slide
Editing a slide's input media
Editing a slide's input media
Adjusting an image's colors
Cropping an image
Orientaing a decoration
Adding an outline mask
Trimming a video
Changing the text on a template design
Slide tab options
Using a pre-design slide template
Setting the background
Decorating with text, images and video
Adding text
Editing the text font style
Adding images, video or clipart
Manually selecting a decoration
Setting the time region a decoration is shown for
Setting the exact position of a decoration
Setting the transparency of a decoration
Setting the exact rotation of a decoration
Additional decoration options
Adjusting the pan & zoom regions
Adding filters
Adding a border
Ordering the decoration layers
Adding a motion effect to a decoration
How to add background music
Importing music
Removing music
Rearranging the background music order
Making a music track end on a slide
Trimming a background music track
Synchronize slideshow to the background music
Advance audio options
How to add a narration to your slideshow
Recording a narration for your slideshow
Rearranging narrations
Adding a narration or sound from an audio file
How to preview a slideshow
Previewing a slideshow
How to organize the menu disk structure (Optical output types only)
The PhotoVidShow disk structure and editor
Creating a new slideshow album
Deleting a slideshow album
Moving a slideshow
Changing the menu title or slideshow thumbnail text
Creating a new sub menu
Importing a slideshow from another project
How to set a menu theme (Optical output types only)
Setting menu background image and music
Setting menu layout and button style
Setting menu duration
Adding further decorations and altering a menu
Setting navigation button style
Setting the disk highlight style
How to author your project
How to author your project
Encoding with motion blur
How to create a video from your slideshow
Creating a video from your slideshow
How to burn your project to DVD, Blu-ray or CD
How to burn your project to DVD, Blu-ray or CD
Setting the output TV standard
Setting the Blu-ray resolution and fps
Reduce output to TV safe region
Ignoring menus
Including original material on the disk
Setting the disk image folder
Selecting a writer
Other editor options
Editor display options
Relinking project files
Undo and Redo
Un-installing
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Setting the Blu-ray resolution, quality and fps (frames per second)


 

When authoring a Blu-ray disk, you have the option to change the output resolution, picture quality and frames per second (fps).

By default PhotoVidShow will author a Blu-ray disk at full 1080p with a high picture quality. This will usually be the best option and will typically match the settings seen on a brought Blu-ray movie disk.

Sometimes with slideshows that contains a lot of fast movement, it may be preferable to have the slideshow at a lower resolution (720p) which then allows you to have a higher frame rate. This makes the slideshow appear more visually smoother on the screen. For PAL regions select 50fps and for NTSC regions select 59.94, although either setting will usually work fine. Full 1080p movies are only allowed to have a maximum frame rate of 24fps for Blu-ray.

The higher the quality setting the more space is required on the disk. For Blu-ray this is not usually a problem but as the Blu-ray disk is authored on the hard-drive first before burning, it may be sometimes preferable to have a lower quality to reduce space needed on the hard-drive.

PhotoVidShow also includes other frame rates like 23.976. This option would typically be used if your slideshow just consisted of one video which was recorded at this frame rate.

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