Post # 1
So, I was dreading making a slideshow from our engagement photos. I decided I wanted one a long time ago to play as guests arrive at the church, and back then it actually excited me. However, the idea of sitting for hours and putting together the photos and editing them to music just right scared me. I am so OCD I knew it would take me forever. Boy was I wrong. Using iphoto it took me about 10 minutes if even that! It was super simple and so cute! I totally recommend this to anyone making a slideshow. You can have it automatically time to fit your music, and the backgrounds are super cute. Mine already had transitions built in. So really all I had to do was pick the pictures. BOOM! I love when a wedding project goes oh so right!
Here is the link to preview our slideshow. It is a little grainy for some reason on youtube. However, I was able to export it and burn it to a dvd that plays just beautifully!
Post # 3
So youtube just informed me that the reason the video is grainy is because i saved it in mp4 format. If you wanted to use it via youtube for like a website or whatever, it gives you instructions on how to convert it!
Post # 5
@Sngr87: You video is great, I love it! Fiance is making us a slideshow in iphoto and I was pretty nervous that it was going to take forever, so I’m really glad to see your post 🙂
Post # 6
Oh my gosh, I wish you had posted this like 2ish months ago. I literally made mine in movie maker, and it took me like forever, and it’s not nearly this good, but I don’t really feel like redoing it, though I just might, because this looks adorable. Do you have to make it on a iphone/ ipad thing or can I make it on a pc and does it cost to download. Just curious, as I don’t have a mac or ipod, ipad, etc. my sister has an iphone but that would be a pain to make a slideshow on.
Post # 7
Oh darn! Yea I think it’s a mac only program, so you would have to own a mac or borrow a mac to make it on and then save it as a movie file, which can be played on any computer. If you know someone with a mac or if your library has a mac you could do it there, save it and be all set.