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Editing feature in Pinnacle- available in newer programs ?

Hello, I was 1st introduced to a photo editing program called Pinnacle Studio 10 about 10 years ago by a friend who purchased & installed it for me on my PC at that time. It was a rather cumbersome program to use ( loading my pics and laying down music to and making CD's..but at the time I was a novice & tolerated it ) Over the years I could not tolerate how it wld crash etc on my PC so I removed it totally. It had one great feature that I miss using Windows Movie Maker Version 2012 & I am hoping that someone can advise me of a free pictures/videos program to D/L and Use on my Windows 8.1 system that will provide this feature. The feature is once you have d/l all your pictures into the program you have the ability to do an edit which takes out all the black sides or parts of the slide and makes it fullscreen for playback on any scren that makes it appear to fill the screen. Such a better playback than all these black sides in your slide shows. Your responses are so greatly appreciated. Thanks for you input.....a somewhat novice who continues to learn on here !! ,

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