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Good Mac Slideshow software


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I'm not thrilled with the slideshow creation in iPhoto.

I have a program called ProShow Gold on the PC which is great.

Is there a very good third party slideshow application for OSX?
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Try this out: http://www.parkersoftware.com/produc...her/index.html
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