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DVD PixPlay

If you are looking for DVD PixPlay, you have come to the right place. We explain what DVD PixPlay is and point you to the official download.

What is DVD PixPlay?

The DVD PixPlay is a program created by Xequte Software which allows the user to create ad share a full-length slide show using your own photos, videos and music. Since its first release in 2006, the DVD PixPlay has helped users create personalized DVDs with its wide range of transition and motion effects.

Once the slide show has been finalized, it can easily be burned on a VCD or DVD for easy TV and offline viewing. This software allows the user to add a voice commentary or any background music and beautify photos with clip arts like frames, speech bubbles and Santa hats. There are also more than 250 effects, text animation and image motion to choose from. Another feature that has been added to more recent versions of the DVD PixPlay software is the ability to make slideshows from Excel Import, PowerPoint presentations and CSV files. Plus, it now has the option to display a company logo while the slide show is ongoing.

Slide shows created through the DVD PixPlay software may be saved in various output formats such as MPEG, MP4, VCD, SVCD, XVCD, XSVCD, DVD, WMV and AVI.

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File types supported by DVD PixPlay

Our users primarily use DVD PixPlay to open these file types:

About file types supported by DVD PixPlay

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Last updated: : October 14, 2013