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Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard 6.1.11 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard 6.1.11

Create and share a photo movie masterpiece with Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder.
$49.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 264 28 comments

Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard 6.1.11 was available as a giveaway on May 13, 2013!

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Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard will help you to create and share a photo movie masterpiece.

Looking for an easy yet impressive way to burn your photos to DVD or share photos online? With Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard, literally drop-in your favorite photos and music, add built-in cinematic effects with a click and instantly create a compelling photo slideshow complete with title menu, soundtrack and even special effects.


  • Breathe new life into vacation, wedding, graduation and other albums.
  • Harness the creative power of 210+ custom slide templates and editing tools.
  • Look like a pro with built-in film effects.
  • Premier and share your shows on YouTube, Facebook, iPhone and more.

Important: to activate the software, you are requested to register on the manufacturer’s page (full version, free of charge). Then you can get a registration code, with which you can activate the software.

System Requirements:

Windows 8/ 7/ Vista/ XP; CPU: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz or above; RAM: 512MB system memory; Hard Disk: 10 GB hard drive space


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File Size:

46.3 MB



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I had no trouble finding and installing three versions of Windows Movie Maker (2.6, 6.0 and "Live") on my Win 7 64-bit computer. They are all free and all work fine -- much better and more intuitive than today's offering.

Reply   |   Comment by Frank D  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I failed to mention that I am surprised at the very few number of comments on this program. Usually Wondershare have a huge response.

Reply   |   Comment by Marie  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

@8 - Erik Skytte
@10 - Frank D
@12 - MikeR

i'm not gonna say much - just a quote from W7:

Windows Movie Maker is not included in this version of Windows. To edit video and make movies, you will need another video editing program from Microsoft or another company.

For more information about programs you can use, go to the Windows website.

AND (a) kudos to (12)mikeR AND (17)mike

Regards to both mikes...

Reply   |   Comment by NothingIsFree  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Given the comments, I didn't take advantage of today's give away but, since I've been looking for an easy-to-use, inexpensive slide show program with some pizzazz and that creates videos I can burn to DVD, I took advantage of the Deluxe version discount. I had no problem downloading, installing or registering it. After installing the program I downloaded and installed the free extra themes. Having played with it for about an hour, I am more than pleased with it. It's just what I was looking for. I really like having both Storyboard and Timeline views and I love having the option of adding video clips to projects. Now, when friends and relatives ask me to make them a slideshow, I don't have to wrestle with my big video editing program to do it:-).

Yes, I know there are freebies (Bolide, ffDiaporama, etc.) but they all lack something (especially titling/captioning, effects, etc.) and they can be difficult to figure out and to use. I've tried them.

Reply   |   Comment by Mujer  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Am I missing something? I'm trying to get the duration of a slide to match the duration of the music that's playing: 44 seconds. However, I can't get the duration of the slide to go above 16 seconds. I've tried every bell and whistle and gone to the online help FAQs but there's nothing there that addresses my problem. Can anyone clarify? Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Frank D  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

# 21 - it is the same one.

Reply   |   Comment by Othello86  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Re sragan, at post #7: The heads-up re the Wondershare offer on its premium-price product is appreciated, but as with any software, GOTD users are strongly advised NOT to fork out money for it until they have DL'd, installed, and tested it.

Sadly, Wondershare's apparent ineptitude -- which really ought to worry this developer -- continues apace: go to the website, as colleague of mine has just done, to check out the DeLuxe version before doing anything else, download and install the trial version. . . and it won't work. Because the trial period is exactly 0 days.

Whether this has something to do with today's GOTD offer and the Wondershare upsell, I don't know. I'd sincerely hope not: offering zero-day trial versions is a serious breach of trust and a massive inconvenience to aspirant users; a software developer would have to be pretty desperate indeed to zero-day a trial in hope of getting folks to pay for a program before they can actually test it. . .

But in view of my colleague's experience of this DVD Slideshow Builder DeLuxe trial version, I've just DL'd and installed it. . and it's proved impossible to launch it: "number of days left: 0".

The DeLuxe trial download and install has therefore been a waste of time and hard drive space. It would be a shame if any other GOTDer wasted similar time on DLing and installing it only to then have to resort to an immediate uninstall because the software is unusable. GOTDers could, of course, just fork out money in advance for it, but somehow I get the impression that most people here aren't that stupid.

Wondershare: seriously, you really are going to have to get your act together with this DVD Slideshow stuff. Either that, or forget all about it and simply stick to the conversion and editing stuff at which you're actually quite good, and which have long impressed many a GOTDer, including myself.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I assumed this was the same version as 29 Nov 2012 but although the .gcd file is the same size, the .exe file is larger this time. Is it the same as the version given away last November? Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by IamaDreamer  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

I love Wondershare products, and have purchased this program after getting it on GAOTD some time ago. I can't see why there are so many thumbs down, unless it's because this is a dumbed-down version of their good slideshow builder program.

Reply   |   Comment by DBP  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-12)

This is version 6.1.11 but on their site they offer version 6.1.12.

Reply   |   Comment by PhotoStudioGT  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

I have been a fan of Wondershare products since 2008 when their PhotoStory program was free on GAOTD. I was impressed with the product that I purchased the Platinum version shortly after. Let's remember that in 2008 it was far easier to be impressed. I purchased Wondershare Slideshow Builder Deluxe a very long time ago. It is far superior to the offering for free today. But at USD14.95 to buy the Slideshow Builder Deluxe is a steal and a must have. I am disappointed to say that Wondershare suggested the pricing of USD49.95 for this basic piece of kit. All I can think of is that there is a pricing error.
Having said all this the software is free and easy to use. Nothing special in the standard version. But you do get free support on their products and excellent customer service. And before anyone asks, I DO NOT WORK FOR WONDERSHARE OR HAVE AN INVESTED INTEREST IN THEIR BUSINESS/PRODUCTS.

Reply   |   Comment by Marie  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Why you shouldn't put slideshows on a video DVD.

At least in the US & Canada where you can only buy HDTVs for the last several years, you probably don't want to create DVD slideshows -- the image resolution is decades old [roughly 640 x 480 on a PC's screen], the same or lower than the 1st common, cheap digital cameras. Worse, the DVD spec calls for interlaced video, & if a DVD rather than Blu-Ray player is used, so no HDMI, signal loss cuts the resolution further. It's all right for video where each field [1/2 an interlaced frame] is only on-screen for 1/60 second, but for static images, frankly the screen on your cell phone likely does as good, often better. Now that's not intended to insult anyone who likes to watch slideshows on video DVDs -- just saying that if you're going to go to the bother, rather than using whatever player to display a folder full of images [usually pretty easy with or without transitions], you might as well use a format that preserves more of the original quality. The electronics in a Blu-Ray or up-scaling DVD player may make your pictures look pretty good, but imagine how much better they'd look if you didn't throw away most of that original quality. You can use Blu-Ray on DVD [which probably would cost you next to nothing], use a TV or player with network capability [you can get Blu-Ray players with networking starting at ~$30], use one of the many hardware media players [they start at < $20], you might be able to connect the cell or tablet you have already & use that for a media player and so on...

The *only* advantage video DVD's have is that they'll work in every DVD player. 10 years ago that was a big deal -- today there are more ways to share your pictures than I could hope to count. You like the fancy transitions from one image to the next? Cool -- do your video & put it on Youtube... just stay [far] away from the DVD video spec.

If/when you do create a video DVD slideshow, here's what happens so you at least know what to watch out for...
The 1st problem putting still images on a video DVD is aspect ratio distortion. Pro's shooting pics of actors & such muddle through, but if you're putting pictures of friends & relatives on a DVD, consider their reaction if you make them look noticeably fatter or thinner -- most don't like to be made to look short & fat, while thin people can think you made them look gaunt if you go the other way. DVD video does not use square pixels like your camera & digital images do -- a couple decades ago when analog still ruled, they figured out that you could capture more data if you digitized a roughly 640 x 480 analog video frame to a larger 720 x 480 frame on your PC. Note that I say "roughly 640 x 480" because the analog broadcast signal is actually a bit oversized, though on a TV you'd never see that overage. That plus the math to convert square pixel video to DVD-type non-square pixels, & back again to display on TV, led to several frame size specs like 704 x 480, which is non-square pixel but cropped. If you're starting to feel a bit confused, you're not alone -- the people writing video software have never agreed on the best way to convert still images to DVD-spec video, so some say use 640 x 480 images, others say 655 x 480 works best with their apps, & some have yet other sizes they prefer. And if you like 16:9 widescreen, you might be surprised to learn that there is no standard 16:9 DVD frame size, nor is there a standard method or way for HDTVs to upscale DVD video [4:3 or 16:9] to fill an HDTV's wide screen.

Long story short, the best way to get results that match your original images is to research the software you're going to use, or perform some tests using test pattern images etc., then IMHO error purposely on the thin side, but just a little, to allow for those HDTVs that will stretch the picture wider -- in that case people might still look a bit thick, but with a little luck, no one will refuse to speak to you after they've watched it.

A 2nd problem is interlacing. DVDs are designed for analog TVs which use interlacing -- there's no easy & complete way around that since whatever plays the DVD is going to expect it, & will send the display a signal based on the video being interlaced, regardless whether that display's a CRT [analog TV], a LCD panel etc. An interlaced video frame is made up of 2 fields shown consecutively, one made up of all the even numbered horizontal lines, one showing all the lines that are odd numbered. When there's movement it's not bad -- the 2nd field shows a later picture of whatever's been recorded & the overall effect is smoother, so it's still used with HDTV [e.g. 1080i] when you're limiting bandwidth. Static images have no movement, so horizontal lines &/or sharp edges flicker. To reduce that effect software [editing apps, encoding apps, players, hardware drivers etc.], plus hardware like players & HDTVs can attempt to deinterlace video by blending or interpolating those pairs of fields into one frame -- that makes the picture blurred, so you can't win. If you use pans & zooms to add interest, splitting a static image into odd/even fields at 29.976 fps [NTSC DVD spec] is also where some [lots of] software has problems so you get stuttering.

A 3rd problem is color... DVDs are designed for analog players & TVs, DVD players are designed for analog TVs, and analog TVs are themselves designed for analog broadcast signals -- those analog signals are the weak point, not including pure white or black, nor several shades approaching either. The pictures you took with your camera or cell may have their range of colors compressed anywhere along the line, from the software you use to create the DVD video to the player to the [HD]TV -- using one or more apps can even cause the color range to contract, expand, contract again & so on, & the quality of expanding or contracting the color range varies depending on the app. As it is colors vary from one format or standard to another, and many [HD]TVs can't display the full color range either. Since this sort of thing is rarely advertised [e.g. you likely have no idea how whatever app alters the colors], the best you can do is test as much as possible every step of the way, at least initially to determine what does what -- otherwise you risk all sorts of problems... Most common is dark portions of the image turning muddy, but the overall image can change as well when for example software tries to avoid colors that aren't analog "TV Safe" -- certain colors, especially if/when over-saturated, make analog TVs go nuts, to the point that you can sometimes even hear the effects!


Video DVDs had/have their good points, but at best sharing photos was never one of them -- it worked when there was nothing else. Frankly slideshows themselves are not universally loved -- those receiving them may say all the right, polite stuff, but privately they're often less than thrilled... at the least grandma & grandpa can't take their favorite pics of the grandkids out of the slideshow to look at whenever they want, or print them or share.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)

I downloaded version 6.1.1 from GAOTD when it was offered previously. I found it easy to use and fun to experiment with. as for free alternatives, I have no clue on those, but to me this is free and works for my little projects.

Reply   |   Comment by Joyce W  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

I think it's not yet been mention, but for this price, you can ususally find Sony Movie Studio. It not only has an automated slide show tool, but is also a pretty full featured video editor. I agree with earlier postings that a lower price would make more sense for an app like this.

Reply   |   Comment by pixelriffic  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

windows live movie maker lacking also not being able to 'random' transitions and having to covert burned results to show on dvd player

Reply   |   Comment by walt  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)

hmmmmm...while lacking some effects it seems to have added some other new type effects...definitely worth playing with

Reply   |   Comment by walt  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)

I don't know how to vote on this program. I have tried twice in the last hour to get a registration code. I'm still waiting...

Reply   |   Comment by Donald McMillion  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

Sadly, Wondershare has never been any good at producing DVD slideshow software and its offer today of a stripped-down 'standard' version of an over-priced mediocrity (its Deluxe version) does nothing to improve its reputation.

The problem seems to be that Wondershare's software designers have never been to the movies, or watched a commercial movie on DVD. Unless it was a kids' matinee of Flash Gordon, circa 1952, when a low budget production with barely a single tracked camera to hand meant everything had to be tricked out with spinning wipes, shuttered fades, and the occasional introduction of exploding stars.

But that's what Wondershare majors in more than half a century later: DVD slideshows that look like nothing anyone will ever see at the movies and nothing that any movie director would ever think of creating.

Transitions? You need just. . . Three. The standard inter-scene dissolve, the standard fade in, the standard fade out. That's all that movies use. Themes? You don't need. . . Any. You're making a slideshow to go on a DVD for screening on a home TV. Movies don't have "themes" unless scored by the soundtrack's composer.

Creative control? You need that. . . Totally. Which means: control of the timing of a transition and the duration of a slide and the ability to synch audio such that it fades out when the slides have all been screened.

This 'Standard' version offers little in the way of that kind of creative control (nor is the 'DeLuxe' version that much better, due to its clunky GUI and inept options management.)

What you *especially* need from ANY dvd slideshow software is the facility to persuade the viewer into thinking they're not watching 35mm color transparencies clicking through an old-fashioned projector, but moving images flowing from the one into the other.

That facility is called the Ken Burns Effect, named in honour of the American film maker's pioneering work with the award-winning 'The Civil War' TV documentary of 20 or so years ago, where although every single image was a static picture, the 'camera' tracking sideways and back, or in and out (panning and zooming) transformed every still image into one which looked as if it was a frame from a movie.

That's something Wondershare has never been able to properly manage. It can't be bothered to even offer panning and zooming in today's stripped-out, and entirely pointless, 'Standard' version, while its implementation of the Ken Burns Effect in the massively over-priced 'DeLuxe' version is inept to the point of being unusable.

Wondershare seems entirely unfamiliar with key-framing, where you determine a start-point segment of an image area in the first of a pair of identical pictures, then the end-point in the second image, set the inter-scene transition time to zero, and that's that: a lovely long lateral pan or a steady zooming in or out according to your duration settings and start-point / end-point.

Working with Wondershare's 'arrows' system for the Ken Burns Effect is needlessly frustrating, consistently imprecise, and frequently a failure anyway.

DVD slideshows are a hobby of mine so I've tested and used just about every free and commercial offering available.

The conclusion I reached long since was that most of the commercial stuff out there (including Wondershare's products) aren't worth hard drive space -- and that, sadly, freeware in this field doesn't deliver, either. That's especially ironic because the very first of these programs was, and still is, the absolute best: Microsoft Photostory 3.0 which Giovanni mentioned above.

I haven't found a better DVD slideshow program than Photostory 3 (up to and including ProShow Gold Producer, which you'll need a second mortgage to afford.)

But I've had years of working with Photostory, and unless a new user is prepared to invest MANY hours in trying to make this utterly obsolete Windows 98 software work for them, then forget it. It was created before the home DVD player was invented. It does not know what 16:9 widescreen is. It exports in a proprietary format that is a pain in the neck to transcode. Photostory was created by Microsoft and killed off by Microsoft and nothing will ever bring it back. I'm not even sure if it will even run on Windows 7 or 8: people had major compatibility issues when moving from XP to Vista, though Microsoft did at least manage a retrospective fix.

So, although I'm grateful to Giovanni for singing Photostory's praises -- this isn't the first time he has flagged it up on GOTD -- it would be helpful if he'd incorporate the above caveats into any future recommendation here: Photostory is NOT a sensible alternative if you're looking for easy-to-use DVD slideshow production software.

Thanks, then, GOTD, but no thanks for today's offer. As for Wondershare: instead of pumping out 'Standard' DVD slideshow crippleware and 'DeLuxe' DVD slideshow software that's almost, if not quite, as useless, why not go back to the drawing board and start over?

And next time, hire in some software designers who've actually been to the movies in the past 20 years, and so know what one looks like. . .

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+58)

Like Erik, I use either Windows Movie Maker 2.6 or 6.0. It's free and has features and functions that put these other programs to shame.

Reply   |   Comment by Frank D  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I'm a big fan of Wondershare but this program is so crippled that I had to Uninstall it. Why would the company put a $50 price on a program like this

Reply   |   Comment by Alan  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)

I always use Windows Live Movie Maker to make a slideshow.

Reply   |   Comment by Erik Skytte  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)

For anyone interested, I was able to purchase the Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe version 6.1.12 for only $12.71. When clicking on the website to get the "standard" code- http://www.wondershare.com/cooperation/giveaway-of-the-day.html, just below there is a 80% off deal for Giveaway Users, making the price only $14.95. Just click on "Buy Now" and it will take you to the check out cart. I then found a coupon for 20% off (DEALUXE), which lowered the price even more to the $12.71. The DVD Slideshow Builder Standard is OK, but very limited. But I think for this price, the Deluxe is a steal.

Reply   |   Comment by sragan5  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)

Today's GOTD offering is a poor example of Wondershare's normally good line of software. Today's giveaway is true to its name "Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Standard". It is an overpriced "Standard" slideshow paste up program. From what I can tell there is nothing outstanding about the program's ability to make an entertaining project.

I find that slideshows are usually boring and are not even completely watched from beginning to end a single time unless the viewer is made to sit still in go through the exercise. I had to install the program to see what sets it apart from the free slideshow building programs that would make it cost $50?

What is the purpose of installing a program if you do not try it? Wondershare's slideshow builder is standard fare in all respects. A slideshow was quickly and easily put together and the final project came out to be no more entertaining than what I could cobble together by having having one picture viewable for a few seconds before the next picture pops into view. 3-D or special effects? I did not find either.

The reward for my efforts turned out to be an opportunity to compare several of the uninstall programs that are new to the market.

Reply   |   Comment by Bigun  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+38)

A usable version of this software, that is in advanced mode not available in today's offering, has one feature I would enjoy.
It would appear that each individual photograph can have audio recordings attached to them.
Unfortunately, today's offering is so crippled I was unable to do a really good test of this feature.

In fact it is so crippled it is not worth downloading, a shame because I like this company’s software.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+67)

It's really a wonderful electronic photo album. Miraculous and very easy to use it even by a new learner. Better than most popular like ones.

Reply   |   Comment by Roland Wang  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-70)

I love Wondershare programs since they are usually top notch products.

Today's giveaway looks like a pretty decent slideshow maker with an user-friendly GUI designed to create nice photo albums in DVD, MP4, AVI, WMV, 3GP, Flash and HD format, suitable for being shared on Youtube, Facebook, Blogs etc... or via iPhone, iPod and other mobile devices.

It's a very easy to use app since it supports the "drag and drop" method to add images to the storyboard, giving users the ability to add text, background music and several effects on each photo of slideshow.

It's also possible to record an audio narration from an external device, as well as synchronize the duration of images and music.

So overall it's not bad but what is given away here today is (once again) just the STANDARD and LIMITED version of the main program (DELUXE), meaning it doesn't support VIDEO input, photo duration, transition effects, motion (Pan/Zoom) etc...

Besides that, why pay 50 bucks if......

* Microsoft Photostory 3
Awesome FREE app by Microsoft designed to create professional slideshows from your still pictures. It supports any kind of photo format, offering you a preview window and some basic editing functions. It lets you add text over your photos and even create songs on the go to add on your final slideshow.


* DVD slideshow GUI
Best FREE slideshow creator ever created with over 245 transitions and 100 special effects to add on your entire slideshow. With this magic FREE tool you can even add and edit music, 35 motion backgrounds, borders and subtitles.
To add an audio track (for instance a recorded narration) to a specific point of your slideshow, just export your slideshow to mpg/avi format, then open it with the freeware “DubIt”:


After recording your narration or adding your music sounds to specific points of your slideshow, export to wav/mp3 and then import them into you DVD slideshow GUI project.


* Simply Slideshow
Great slideshow maker which can play literally thousands of photos with a very small footprint.
It can display images in Pan & Zoom effects with tons of nice and unique options, such as the "Wallpaper Slideshow" feature, which allows users to have their favorite slideshows playing in the background while surfing the web.


* Bolide Free Slideshow Creator
Superb FREE video slideshow creator, which supports almost any photo file format to produce high quality video files as AVI, MKV or WMV with FullHD resolution!


==> FREE <==


Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+193)

Great! Virtually another DVD burning software! Out of all the DVD burning software out there saturating the Internet, they offer a vastly over-priced software that doesn't even do all the things that the price reflects! For the price that they normally ask for this software, shouldn't it do a heck of a lot more?

Reply   |   Comment by Bill  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

Normally Wondershare produce wonderful programs but this one-leg version seems to be the marketing mistake.
Have no idea who would buy or take free the slideshow program with no transition effects, pan/zoom, even slide duration control.

Reply   |   Comment by Sgo  –  10 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+90)
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