You can not only throw in images and sound, but also video.
And save the combination of all those things + transitions and text to a new movie file (mpeg2, mp4 etc) of good quality.
I love how easy it is to import media, drag, drop, done. Adding effects "which are very different as opposed to common effects you see",really give the transitions a professional feel.
You can add text, animate it say by adding a title, add text, rotate it in the editor and when you play it, it rotates in the clip, very cool. You can edit photos directly from the program and while not photoshop or gimp, it's enough to mess around with. You can resize, move, and do all sorts of things with clips. Add music and just have fun.
Save the output for dvd even, I have one burned that works great. There is too much to cover in here but it's one of those programs that have a lot, but not too much where you need a half year of learning to use. Just right for common users I would think.
With regards to nicholas, the reason it shows blanks is lack of any media or content. You can't render something without content, you will only get blank spots albeit fairly obvious. Don't import into the main viewer window, it won't work and I am guessing that's exactly what's going on. Drag and drop pics and vids, etc... into the WHITE BAR above the viewer window. I've tested this on Windows 7 X64, 32, and Xp Pro, it works great on all. There may even be other issues with your pc, memory, graphics or a bad download. Try setting the memory in the program itself. Hopefully you can enjoy it then too. :-)
FfDiaporama looks promising but turns out to be rather buggy. For instance, it is not possible to insert pictures or videos. After many hours of editing, trying and compiling the hi-res results (avi, mp4) are of no use. The presentations often show blanks in stead of pictures after videoclips.
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