dvd-slideshow is a group of Linux commandline programs that create a
slideshow style dvd from groups of pictures. Slideshow videos can be made from
a directory or some online photo albums. You can add fancy effects like fades,
titles, and the Kenburns effect (slowly zooming and panning at the same time)
along with audio to make your slideshows even nicer. There is also a script
which generates a menu for your dvd (dvd-menu).
dir2slideshow Creates a input file for dvd-slideshow from all the JPEG images in a given directory. Now it reads all .jpg .JPG .jpeg .png and .PNG files in the specified... dvd-menu Creates a simple top-level DVD menu with buttons that link to movies. Accepts the output XML files from dvd-slideshow or your own self-defined MPEG movies. dvd-slideshow Creates a video from a bunch of images. The default video format is designed to produce DVDs, but other formats can be created for the web also (.flv). You can... gallery1-to-slideshow Generates a text file listing of the pictures visible in a given "Gallery" (http://gallery.sourceforge.net) photo album in order to easily pass the information... jigl2slideshow Generates a text file listing of the pictures visible in a given jigl (http://xome.net/projects/jigl/) photo album in order to easily pass the information to...