A slide show contains a set of still images that viewers can play in a sequence. After you create a slide show, use the Slideshow Viewer to add still images. Supported file types include BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, PICT, and TIFF. In the Slideshow Viewer, you can also reorder slides, add and reorder audio clips, determine the duration of the slides, and change other settings.
You can have more than 99 slides in a slideshow for DVD. Encore accommodates any additional slide you add beyond 99 slides in the last chapter. You can add upto 999 slides in a slideshow for Blu-ray.
Encore accommodates any additional slide beyond 999 slides in the last chapter. However, you cannot use Manual Advance on your remote for individual slides in the last chapter.
However, Encore does not impose any such limitation on the number of slides you can add to a slideshow for web DVDs.
Note: Adobe recommends that for optimum performance, you add no more than 200 sildes in a slideshow. Including additional slides beyond 200 may impact the performance of the software.
Use the Properties panel to change settings for the entire slide show or for individual slides you select. After you add slides to the slide show and change the appropriate settings, set a link to the slide show from a menu button or other item. For a video tutorial on creating slide shows, see www.adobe.com/go/lrvid4230_enc.