Create slideshows for multiple purposes like home videos, school/work presentations, entertaining events, etc. with transition and audio effects
Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2019 provides a straightforward platform for everyone who wants to create neat slideshows with transition effects and the possibility to add music or any self-recorded material.
Use the default UI or take advantage of the helpful wizard
The application sports an unusual but useful feature that kicks in the first time you launch the app. The feature is represented by a wizard that guides you through the entire process, in the same way, an installation wizard works. By the time you finish the step-by-step ‘tutorial’, you’ll already have a new slideshow.
If you dismiss the wizard you can easily work on slideshow within the main panel, which offers the same tools as the wizard except that it occupies more space on the screen.
Add transition effects and record audio
To increase your slideshow’s quality, you have to pick the right transition effect and even add some music that would match the theme. The transition effects are presented both within the quick wizard as well as the default UI. However, if you want to see all available effects you can check the All categories menu near the preview screen.
A decent number of templates for themes, subtitles and music effects are available for use and have to be selected before creating a slideshow. Furthermore, regarding the audio side, you can record your voice and use it as a musical effect. To record your voice, look for the red dot (recording button) from under the preview screen. The saved files can be found in the Recording category.
A simple app for both fun and professional slideshows
All in all, Ashampoo Slideshow Studio 2019 is an intuitive application that supports the creation of fun, educational, informative, professional slideshows. The themes can be whatever the user wants as long as the right effects are applied. The quick wizard brings a time-saving feature to the table, as it guides you through the entire process, and works even better as you get used to it.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Ashampoo Slideshow Studio and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂