|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, Windows2000, WinXP|
|File size:||625 KB|
Publisher description for PictureGo!
PictureGo! is a picture viewer and a slide show application, not more, not less (with one small exception).Its strength on the one hand lies in its simplicity and on the other in the dual philosophy :1) Just select a folder and play a slide show of it with the option to include or exclude its sub folder, and 2) Put a selection of pictures from a number of folders into a so called MyShow file, optionally add sound and text, and create your own custom slide show this way. General features: - Default start-up folder - Nine favorite folders/My show - Nine recent folders/My Show - Preview window in Browse mode when MyShow file open - Preview window in Browse mode (without MyShow file open) - Wallpaper function - Copy MyShow (file/sounds/pictures) - File operations - Synchronization MyShow files after a file operation - Attach up to 5 photo editing programs - Windows XP theme support - Picture/Path to clipboard - Make an automatic starting CD-ROM - Extensive search function - Store search results in a MyShow file - Add all pictures of one folder to a MyShow file - Add one picture to one or more MyShow files - Sort/ Merge MyShow files - Move/Remove blocks of pictures in a MyShow file - Context menu in Browse window - Exclude folders on various levels - Attach up to 5 media player programs - HTML help pages. Features of playing slide shows of folders: One click start - Include file types (JPG, JPEG, BMP, ICO, EMF, WMF, (animated) GIF) - Interval - PlayOrder - File size to include - Include subfolders/hidden folders - Max. picture enlargement - Max. number of pictures to select - Background color - Loop - Full screen - Define max. 20 bookmarks. Additional features MyShow file slide shows: Interval per picture - 5 text labels per picture - Interval per text label - Font, Font size and Color per text label - Place text labels manually (drag and drop) or use alignment buttons - Attach one sound file per picture - Play sound file on picture display or put it in sound queue