When you are creating a photo slideshow in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow, you have the option of applying transition effects to your photos. You can apply a different effect to each photo, or you can apply random effects to the photos. In this guide, we will take a look at which option you should go with and I will show you how to apply the effects to your photos in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow.
Which Effect Option Should You Go With?
Which effect option you go with will depend on two things. One, how many photos you have, and two, how much time you have to spend on the photo slideshow. If you are working with a lot of photos, you may want to use the Random Effect option. This will allow you to quickly apply effects to all of the photos and they will be applied at random. If you do not have a lot of photos to work with, you can apply an effect to each photo. Of course time is another issue. If you do not have much time to spend on your photo slideshow, it would be best to go with the Random Effect option.
Applying Effects to Each Photo in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow
First, I will show you how to apply effects to each photo in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow. In the Add Photos panel, you will need to select a photo that you want to apply an effect to. Once you have clicked the photo, you will need to click the Effect button at the top of your program. That will load the effects panel and you can click the effect you want to use. Click the OK button to apply the effect and close the box. When you click an effect, you will see the effect in the preview box on the left.
Applying Random Effects to Photos in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow
Next, I will show you how to apply random effects to all of the photos in Allstar DVD Photo Slideshow. Click the first photo in your panel to select it. Click the Effects button at the top of the window and the effects panel will open. In the effects panel, click the Random button and then click the OK button. An effect will be applied to each photo in your photo slideshow.