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I have Toast, and have used "Motion Pictures HD" but that program is SO buggy, crashes, and is very limited.

Is there a relatively easy to work with program that's similar to MPHD, but has more options, is STABLE, and creates excellent results?

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I didn't really explain it well...

For those that don't know what "Motion Pictures HD" is, it's basically software where you import pictures, and it has the "Zoom" effect, and they move across the screen and such, to music and whatnot.

I think Final Cut does this, but I'm looking for a simple alternative... if not, then maybe Final Cut would work? Anybody know what I'm talking about?
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You want to burn a DVD with the ken burns effect applied to your photos?

iPhoto > iDVD?
Or iMovie > iDVD?
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I didn't know that iPhoto and iMovie did that... is it customizable, or just "random" effects that you can't really do much detail on?
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iPhoto > Share > Send to iDVD... you can control the transition but I just checked and there doesn't seem to be a Ken burns option... :/

You cam also do it in iMovie (in iMovie '06 at least)...
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I figured there HAS to be a decent software option out there for it... but can't seem to find it.

Motion Pictures HD is just really un-stable, the save feature doesn't work well, and overall very limited.
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Well if you're willing to pay some money, fotomagico is supposed to be good:
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