Indie developer, Chris Paveglio has solved a lot of problems for anyone who wants to put on a show of photo images just taken, with little or no muss and fuss! Scanning Slideshow 1.0.1 for Mac OS X is designed to display a slideshow of images, and to update the folder contents/images in the folder live.
Designed for photographers or other event planners who want to present a display of images (on screen or on a projector) and have newly shot images inserted into the show as they are saved to the computer. There are almost no other slideshow options that will update the folder of images as it runs- OSX built in system screen saver will not continually update the folder contents, nor will iPhoto.
Users can set the length of image display, and choose from several image transition types as well as transition directions. Image file types can be filtered, so only images of a certain kind (ie JPG, TIFF) are displayed but others are ignored (for example, when a photographer shoots RAW JPG, only the JPG version would be displayed on screen). The slideshow can be shown in a floating window or in full screen mode. The full screen display can be any display the Mac will display, including iPads using Desktop expanding software such as Air Display.
* OS X 10.7 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 16.5 MB
Pricing and Availability: Scanning Slideshow 1.0.1 is available on the Mac App Store now for $9.99 (USD) in the Graphics & Design category. Category: Graphics & Design, Photography, Art, Video
Manheim, Pennsylvania - Chris Paveglio creates Applescripts for the publishing and advertising industry; as well as custom Applescripts upon request. He deals primarily with Adobe integration, and FileMaker database. As a graphic artist he can create printed documents, video & animation, and web ready graphics. Visit website. Copyright (C) 2014 Chris Paveglio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.