Creating Slideshows

Slideshows are a great way to showcase your favorite photos to your friends and family. Mylio has two ways to create slideshows, automatic slideshows, and manual slideshows.

Create an Automatical Slideshow

Creating an automatic slideshow in Mylio allows you to quickly display a folder or album full of photos. You can even customize them to make them look just how you want.

  1. Open Mylio and open the folder or album you would like to make a slideshow from.
      Note:   Mylio will only play slideshows for a folder of photos, not a parent folder to other folders.
  2. Select the View menu.
  3. Select Play Slideshow.

  4. Mylio will display your slideshow options. These include:
    1. Shuffle – Shuffle the photos in the album/folder.
    2. Show Title and Caption – Display the photo’s file and caption information during the slideshow.
    3. Display – How many seconds to display the photo before moving to the next.
    4. Transition – Which style of transition would you like between slides.
    5. Transition Duration – How long should the transition take place.
  5. Once you’re ready, select Play to see your slideshow. A play bar will be shown at the bottom when the mouse is moved or touch screen tapped. Here you can go to the next or previous photo, pause the slideshow, or even adjust the settings above.

 

Create a Manual Slideshow

If you have more time to craft the perfect slideshow, then Mylio can help make it easy and fun. Manual slideshows are created as customized albums:

  1. Gather your photos into albums.
  2. Arrange your photos into the perfect order by selecting the View menu in the top right corner of the center panel. Selecting Custom as the sort by type allows you to manually move photos into any order.
  3. After your photos have been arranged, navigate back to the View menu and select Play Slideshow.

  4. Mylio will display your slideshow options. These include:
    1. Shuffle – Shuffle the photos in the album/folder.
    2. Show Title and Caption – Display the photo’s file and caption information during the slideshow.
    3. Display – How many seconds to display the photo before moving to the next.
    4. Transition – Which style of transition would you like between slides.
    5. Transition Duration – How long should the transition take place.
  5. Once you’re ready, select play to see your slideshow. A play bar will be shown at the bottom when the mouse is moved or touch screen tapped. Here you can go to the next or previous photo, pause the slideshow, or even adjust the settings above.

You can also export your slideshow as a video to share with your friends and family.

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