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Nikon PictureProject DVD Show introduction
Dennis Hissink : March 18th 2005 - 05:30 CET
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NikonNikon PictureProject DVD Show introduction : Nikon is pleased to announce the introduction of a new optional Plug-in for expanded functionality. Nikon PictureProject DVD Show is a plug-in that makes slide show creation and playback more fun by automating the process of editing movie clips and still images, and you can add special effects and music to create advanced-looking video shows that can be saved on DVD video format or Video CD format for sharing with friends, family or clients. Even difficult operations can be performed at the click of a single button, with the selection of twenty-four different styles automatically handling the necessary editing. Nikon PictureProject DVD Show is available only for Windows.
Nikon PictureProject DVD Show introduction Nikon PictureProject DVD Show - Styles
The software even automatically recog- nizes human figures in the pictures or movie clips to distinguish relevant contents to create a new sequence of images in a selected style. Transition of images is also automatically timed to synchronize with the rhythm of the se- lected music track. Some of the twenty-four different styles from which you can choose include 'Fifties TV', which re- creates the grainy black & white look of the early days of television, 'Classic Sepia', which adds a sepia tone remi- niscent of that seen in early films, 'Valentine', which adds heart-shaped transitions, or 'Detective', which features a sleuth-inspired mystery theme. The completed video productions can be saved to CD or DVD media, shared with friends or family, and played back on compatible DVD players.

Nikon PictureProject DVD Show - Editing styles
Fifties TV, Over-the-Top Music Video, Classic Sepia, Flower Power, Cinema, Smoky, Slide Show: Sepia, Slide Show: Pro Slow, Slide Show: Pro Fast, Slide Show: B&W, Valentine, Pro: Fast, Pro: Med, Pro: Slow, Velvet, Millennium Party, Breathe, Fire, Flashes of Color, People Personal, Cool Moon, Simple Music Video, Detective, and Kiddy Frames.

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