ScreenSequence
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Create slideshows with QuickTime effects.   Free
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Use ScreenSequence to import movie files and graphic images and then apply SMPTE effects to create simple slideshow movies.

ScreenSequence 2.0 is a successor of ScreenSequence, which only allows users to import two graphic images. ScreenSequence 2.0 lets you drag and drop five graphic images and then apply individual SMPTE effects to create simple QuickTime-based slideshow movies.

The Mac version of ScreenSequence 2.0 supports the following multimedia containers: AVI, DV, MOV, MP4, MPEG, MPG and WMV. The Windows version supports only a limited number of media formats
What's New
Version 2.0.8:
    A few minor bug fixes
Requirements
Intel/PPC, QuickTime 7 or later (No Pro upgrade required).



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Downloads:2,834
Version Downloads:1,528
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Free
Date:21 May 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Use ScreenSequence to import movie files and graphic images and then apply SMPTE effects to create simple slideshow movies.

ScreenSequence 2.0 is a successor of ScreenSequence, which only allows users to import two graphic images. ScreenSequence 2.0 lets you drag and drop five graphic images and then apply individual SMPTE effects to create simple QuickTime-based slideshow movies.

The Mac version of ScreenSequence 2.0 supports the following multimedia containers: AVI, DV, MOV, MP4, MPEG, MPG and WMV. The Windows version supports only a limited number of media formats including MOV.


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