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Hello everyone! I've made slideshows with iPhoto & the've come out great. I've heard good things about Aperture. Can a slideshow be created in Aperture & then exported into iDVD just like with iPhoto. Thanks in advance!
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Thank you very much! Are there any programs out there that have a multitude of transistions. Free is better but I'd pay for something with a lot of options. Thanks.
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Yes, but before I recommend them, a general reminder: lots of different transitions in a slideshow becomes annoying and looks amateurish. People want to focus on the steak, not the sizzle.

You may want to look at PhotoPresenter and Fotomagico as options for extra transitions beyond what iPhoto and Aperture can offer. Another option is Aquafadas' PulpMotion.
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