Monday, August 10, 2009

burn image DVD

This tutorial will tell you how to burn photo images DVD with photo story platinum. You can make business presentation for products on TV or keep your memorable moments by burning a image dvd .

What you will need are memorable images as the formats of BMP/JPG/JPEG/PNG and a image to dvd burner. Here I choose Wondershare Photo Story Platinum as the image dvd burner.

The reasons why I choose Wondershare Photo Story Platinum are:

Providing 200+ Hollywood movie styles and transition picture styles;
Enable to custom each style's duration time;
Decoration text and background music can be added ;
Various output formats including DVD, MP4, WMV,3GP and MPEG-2.
Step 1: Install image dvd burner and add images in it

Install photo story platinum and the program will go to browser your computer's digital photos automatically. Then drag and drop your favorite images to the storyboard then choose background music if you want by click the "Add Audio" build-in button.

Step 2: Select image movie styles

There are 700+ movie styles that can be used for different occasions, such as wedding, birthday, product presentation, etc. Choose your favorite styles and drag it on the image. Please be noted that each style has its matching number of images. You can find the number in the down right on each style.

Step 3: Add decoration to your image dvd

Go to "Decoration Tab" to add decoration text, clipart and Effect on your digital photos. You can also add intro movie and credit movie for your image dvd by click the "Inro/Credit " build-in button.

Step 4: Preview and burn image to dvd

Click "Publish" Tab, click "Create DVD" button and input a dvd disc to burn image dvd. Or you can just save a image.iso file in your computer for burning later.

Then decorate your dvd menu and set your folder and other parameters for your image dvd. Then click "Create" and it will be OK.

You see, burning image dvd with Photo Story Platinum is so easy.

Images can be retouched and polished by double click on the image or click the "Edit Photo" built-in button.

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