If you are using PicaJet to create your slideshow of photos, you have the option of fixing your photos first. In this slideshow software, you can apply effects to images, adjust the brightness, crop, and remove red eyes. In this guide, I will show you the basic steps to fixing your images in PicaJet. To get started, you will need to load the image, or images you want to fix.
Your next step is to switch your program to edit mode. At the bottom of your program, you should see the Edit button. Click this button and your PicaJet program will be in edit mode. Now you will need to click the photo you want to fix. Once it is selected, look at the bottom, right corner of PicaJet and click the Fix button. That will load a new window for you to work in.
In the new window that opened, you will see your tools on the right side. These are the tools you will use to fix the photo you selected. If you need to fix a photo by cropping it, you can click the Crop tool. After selecting the tool, you can draw a box on the part of the photo you want to keep. Resize the box if you need too. When you are ready, click the Crop button on the right side of the window. Your photo will then be cropped.
You can adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation by clicking the tools on the right side of the window. That will load the bars for you to adjust the settings. When you have adjusted these settings, you can click the Apply button to apply the new changes.
To remove red eye, you will need to click the red eye tool. Then click the red eye in the image. You can resize the circle by moving the bar in the right panel. Resize the circle to fit over the red part of the eye. Then click the Fix Red Eye button to fix it.
To apply effects to an image, click the Effects button. The effects will appear in the right side of your window. Find an effect you want to apply and click the circle beside it. Click the Apply button to apply the effect.
When you are finished fixing your image in PicaJet, you can click the Apply and OK buttons to close the window. You can then select another photo that needs fixing and repeat the steps in this guide. When you are finished with fixing your images, you can continue on with your photo slideshow.