Your birthday must be an unforgettable occasion which is always filled with fragrant flowers, creamy cakes, precious presents as well as cheerful parties. It’s easy to take photos with your iPhone. But if you have taken plenty of photos and you don’t want to transfer them to your computer, what would you do?
Here is a handy tutorial that shows how you can create a slideshow of your birthday photos on iPhone to memorize those special moments.
All you need is the free iPhone app named Slideshow+, which can help you easily turn your daily snapshots and photos from iPhone into a spectacular animated slideshow.
Step 1. Download Slideshow+ Free from iTunes app store
The iTunes link is http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/iphotomovie/id508642754?ls=1&mt=8. Or you can search this app in the store by its name – Slideshow+.
Step 2. Launch the app, create a new project and add photos
Launch the app on your iPhone. Click the “New” button to create a new project. Then you can begin your slideshow. Click the “Photo” button on the lower left corner of the interface to go to “Albums”, where you can choose to add photos from Facebook Album, Flick Album, Picasa Web Album, iPhone Camera Roll or photo folders in your iPhone.
Step 3. Choose theme and apply transitions
Go to the “Theme” tab to choose a theme for the slideshow. Click the dice icon in the timeline to apply transition effects to the slideshow. Click any of the photos to add text to it or add a blank image and text. Meanwhile you can click the “Setting” tab at the top right of the interface to adjust the photo duration and transition duration for slideshow presentations.
Step 4. Add background music and theme
If you have prepared your favorite songs for your birthday party now you can also add them to the slideshow as the background music. It’s easy, just click the “Music” button at the bottom of the interface.
Step 5. Export the slideshow to HDTV
You can click the “Play” button at the bottom of the interface to preview the slideshow and play the slideshow on your iPhone or click the “Export” button to start streaming the slideshow to HDTV.