Step 7: Add Some Pictures.

Open the folder you saved all your images in and simply drag and drop into the desired location. A little light green line will appear to let you know where you are about to drop your picture. You can drop all your images in and reorganize them later. Leave your folder open to make sure you added everything.

Alternatively if you already have photos in your iPhoto or Photo Booth you can open those in the "Photos" box in the bottom right corner using the "Photo" button.

To add a title or informational banner to the slide repeat the process in Step 6 and edit accordingly.

<p>Try picovico to make picture slideshow effectively. Follow this blog to know more about slideshow videos<br> <a href="http://blog.picovico.com/create-video-slideshow-music-photos/" rel="nofollow">http://blog.picovico.com/create-video-slideshow-mu...<br></a>thanks :)</p>
<p>Tried to follow your directions but the video shakes between frames/photos. Any advice on how to adjust that? </p>
Nice, featured twice. Great Instructable.
Yeah, I can't believe it either. Thanks! The video was featured first. I didn't have the instructable done at that time. I was still learning and getting everything correct. I took a lot of pictures to try to explain everything well.
If you want to make actual movies on your mac and you own iLife '08, then you can download <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/imovieHD6.html">iMove HD '06</a> which is better.<br/>
Thanks for the info. I heard iMovie 06 had HD capabilities, but I don't have to much I want to do with movies yet. I'll get into it more this summer for sure though. Thanks for checking out my 'ible.
I don't like imovie. I can't make stop motions.
Check out<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/imovieHD6.html">iMovie HD '06</a> for stop motions.<br/>
Thanks for the heads up.
What do you use to make stop motions? Yeah the quickest picture frame in iMovie is .25 seconds...
I don't, I would like to though.
Yeah after this project I might look into that as well. I will be moving and I'm not able to take a lot of my tools with me so my hobbies are going to change a bit. Stop motion animation has always looked cool and is something I'd like to play with as well.
Hahaha very nice, where can i actually see it?? i have the Tiger OSX version of iMovie, safe to say it sucks donkey genitalia, when you create a new project and import the video the file size jumps up to 3GB !!! or 16GB if its over 10 min of video. Leopard OSX is $80+ and i dont even know if my 2005 iMac can handle it!!
Yeah that sucks... this video was one minute 20 seconds and is only 28mb. I think Apple made a lot of effort upgrading the iLife programs for 08 to actually be more user friendly. I love it!
oh i found the video :D its very good
I was interested in how you made that awesome video! Awesome job, and thanks for making it into an instructable!
Thanks! It took longer than I though to post but I'm glad you like it. It is really easy to use iMovie.

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