"Power Screensaver Builder lets you create and distribute your professional image slide show screensaver, Shockwave flash movie screensavers, AVI/MPEG video movie Screensaver quickly and easily. Give yourself the power to create screensavers for family and friends or simply make a screen saver for your own enjoyment. It also enables you to create shareware screensavers that will expire after an evaluation period and require a registration code. You can choose from more than 160 transition effects for your image slideshow screensavers. You can also tie particular sound files to particular pictures. The same sound and picture always play together. Configure expired screen for shareware screensaver. More flexible on configuration of how a flash animation is played. You can customize each media file in your project. Version 3.08 includes unspecified updates.
A powerful if bare-bones utility, this tool is well suited for anyone who wants to create and distribute shareware screensavers. The program allows users to start with virtually any kind of basic content, including images, videos, or Flash animations. It's a bit more selective with audio, supporting MP3, WAV, and MIDI soundtracks. For each media item, a would-be designer can set captions, backgrounds, and transition effects. The application offers a wide variety of distribution options, allowing users to set shareware restrictions and customize all aspects of the installation file. While the overall interface is not particularly creative or appealing, it does logically lay out all the steps of the process. It's probably too much firepower for the average home user, but we'd happily recommend this download to anyone who wants to create and distribute shareware screensavers.
"Simple & easy to use"
I just wanted to create a screen saver from a flash file. It was very simple to use. Unregistered version adds a bunch of text around the border of the image, but I didn't mind. I think it would be worth buying if I were creating screen savers to distribute.
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