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Photos to flash flip book software

by ankeyflip / October 18, 2012 6:38 PM PDT

Halloween is coming nearly.
I will take many photos. I want to convert these photos to flash flip digital magazine. I can also offer this service for other people. It may bring some business for me.
I know one software
It can convert photo files to page-turning digital publications. It allows people to embed videos, images, audio, hyperlinks, hotspots and more multimedia objects to turning pages.

I want to buy it.
Have you ever used it? Or you can recommend me similar tols.


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That cost $297.00
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / October 19, 2012 12:39 AM PDT

Are you sure you want to spend that much on the hopes of selling just a few.

A slide show program will do the same thing but will not have the page turning effect.

Their prices ranges from zero to about $70 for a top notch side show program (Pro Show Gold).


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For free you can do this in HTML today (did I write free?)
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 19, 2012 12:45 AM PDT
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