In the previous blog article titled A Perfect Way to Prepare Photos for Digital Yearbook Slideshow Video, I briefly discussed the tendency that a growing number of young students are making and signing digital yearbooks, including the effect brought by the COVID-19 and quarantine. Subsequently, I provided a detailed all-in-one solution for selecting and preparing materials (i.e. photos) before making digital yearbooks.
The key tool in the solution is the PC software Fotosifter, which can be perfectly served as an alternative to digital yearbook software. In the last article, I gave all the steps using Fotosifter to sort, select, and pick desired photos quickly and smartly. With materials well prepared and ready, now it’s time to create digital school yearbooks.
Import picked out photos
Launch Cgaga Fotosifter. Single click “Import” at the very left side of the top toolbar. There are three ways to import your picked out photos saved last time.
- By clicking “Import Media Files”, you can import groups of individual photos. When the Windows file explorer pops up, hold and click and drag as what you usually do to select multiple files. Then, click “Open” to start importing.
- By clicking “Import a Media Fold”, you are importing a whole folder or an album. This importing way can save your time if you have saved the selected photos in a particular folder or album.
- Click “Import From Device” if you the picked out photos are saved in an external storage device such as a USB flash drive.
Create photo slideshow video with Fotosifter
- Transition Effect panel
- Text Sticker panel
- Music and Sound panel
Export photo slideshow video and share it out!
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