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My daughter's open house for graduating high school is coming up this weekend and I was wanting to put together a video to play that has pictures and music in the background. Can anyone recommend a good program for me to use that will allow me to put the images in and put the music in? I had a friend's copy of Sony Vegas, but it didn't have the plug ins that would do anything fancy when switching pictures ... it just flipped from picture to picture. I have uninstalled that program and am looking for some help here.


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I know that Microsoft has a program called Windows Live Movie Maker.

You may want to check that out.

Link: http://explore.live....-maker?os=other

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My Uncle uses a program called Muvee Reveal and is a real fan of the software. I've never used it myself, so I can't confirm his review. But I see they do have a free trial you can check out.
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Thanks for all the suggestions, but due to all the other stuff I had to do for our daughter's open house, I went back to using Sony's Vegas and did it without plug-ins.

@ SweetTech ... thanks, but not a big fan of Windows/Microsoft stuff and I couldn't add more than one song to the video with MovieMaker

@ Spyderturbo007 ... I downloaded the trial version, but haven't had time to look it over

@ rinapu ... I will take a look at this one as well.

Thanks again everyone!

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