picShow With Tunes allows to set up slide show from the sources memory card, a CD/DVD, or a computer hard drive it will also play your favorite music in the background. You can pause on a photo with just a move of the mouse or a tap on a spacebar. You can also select specific date range to show photos. Filter images by Today, This Week or This Month. You can skip a song, mute or adjust the volume without stopping your slide show, skip or rewind 5, 10 or 20 photos or start the slideshow from the beginning. And if you change any of the settings picShow With Tunes will remember the new settings for a next run.elcome to our unique digital photo slide show maker application picShow With Tunes 1.0 product info page. If you ever wanted to just plug in your camera memory card and play your most recent photos as a quick slide show then the answer is here. Our picShow With Tunes will allow you to set up your slide show in seconds whether the source is your memory card, a CD/DVD or a computer hard drive, it will also play your favorite music in the background. It will let you pause on a photo with just a move of the mouse or a tap on a spacebar. If you only want to show photos from a specific date range you can do that too, plus with just one click of a button you can set the filter to “Today”, “This Week” or “This Month”. You can skip a song, mute or adjust the volume without stopping your slide show, skip or rewind 5, 10 or 20 photos or start the slideshow from the beginning. And if you change any of the settings picShow With Tunes will remember the new settings for a next run. For a complete list of features see the “Application Features” section below. Please download a FREE TRIAL today and see for yourself how easy it could be to enjoy your pictures and your favorite music at the same time.
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Remember User Settings
When user changes any of the settings the picShow will store them as the last used options and the next time the application is started the last used options are being used as defaults. Preserved settings are: Show Tool-Tips; Source Device (Removable Media ; Hard Drive ; CD/DVD); Include Sub-Folders; Show Photo Taken Date; Auto-Rotate Photos; Background Music Selection.
Select Default Picture Source – Include Subfolders
If most of the time you use the same location as your picture source you can select that location as default and you will never need to browse for your default picture source again. Also you can select to by default search all subfolders for pictures to be included in your slideshow.
Filter Your Selection By Photo Taken Date
Using the embedded ‘Taken Date’ picture information you can select: a Start Date (photos taken after the selected date); an End Date (photos taken before the selected date); Date Range (photos taken between the Start Date and the End Date). Also from from the context menu (right button click) you can access three predefined date filters: “Today”, “This Week” or “This Month” to show only the most recent photos.
Select Background Music
Select your favorite music to play during your slide show. Browse and select any supported sound files (mp3, avi, wmf or even a Windows Media Player playlist – wpl). If you select multiple files or a playlist you will be able to skip a music track without stopping your slide show.
Pause Your Slide Show
Pause the slide show for a brief moment by simply moving your mouse, if the mouse remains stationary the slide show will resume unless the mouse is over the navigation bar on the bottom of the screen. Pause the slide show indefinitely (if you need a beer or a cookie from the kitchen) by moving your mouse and positioning it over the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of your slide show screen.
Mute/Unmute Background Music
Mute the playback by clicking the mute button on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the screen without stopping the slide show.
Change Sound Volume
Using the controls on the navigation/tool bar adjust the music playback volume without leaving stopping your slide show.
Skip Music Track
If you selected multiple music tracks or a playlist you can skip to the next track by clicking the Next Track button on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the screen without stopping your slide show.
Skip 5/10/20 Photos
Fast forward by 5, 10 or 20 photos with a single click on one of the fast forward buttons located on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the slide show screen.
Go Back 5/10/20 Photos
Rewind by 5, 10 or 20 photos with a single click on one of the rewind buttons located on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the slide show screen.
Restart From The First Slide
Rewind the slide show to the slide #1 with a single click on the restart button located on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the slide show screen.
Adjust the Slide Show Speed
Change the interval that each photo is being displayed by clicking Up/Down slide show speed buttons located on the navigation/tool bar on the bottom of the slide show screen.
Intel® 1.6GHz or faster processor (>2GHz strongly recommended)
picShow With Tunes had been designed and tested on Microsoft® Windows 7® (64bit) and to take full advantage of all its features we strongly recommend installing it on Windows 7® (64bit). It also supports the following operating systems: Microsoft® Windows XP® Home and Professional Edition with Service Pack 3 (32bit) or Service Pack 2 (64bit); Windows Server® 2003 with Service Pack 2 (64bit); Windows Server® 2008 (32bit and 64bit); Windows Server® R2 (32bit and 64bit); Windows Vista® Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Ultimate and Enterprise with Service Pack 2 (32bit and 64bit).
1GB (2GB for 64bit operating systems) of RAM, 2GB (4GB -64bit) recommended.
1024×576 or higher resolution strongly recommended.