Getting slideshows is effortless and begins with uploading the media to the Veed web interface. Afterward, one can use the built-in effects and tools such as the image editor, transitions, background music, stickers, etc.
Likewise, you get templates and various filters to make your slideshows special and unique. Besides, the Clean Audio feature helps reduce background noise.
While Veed shares many things with other such tools, it has the upper hand in its multiplatform presence.
In addition, Veed offers all its tools bundled in one with a free forever subscription which you only need to save the project. The paid ones are more powerful, with enhanced video export length, file upload size, cloud storage, etc.
Being a creative paradise, Adobe isn’t behind in this race and has a free Slideshow Maker one can use with its stock library. This decent media collection has free images, videos, and music, with some premium elements available for paid subscribers.
This slide show tool comes in handy as this is also a web application, and you can carry over the progress any time you see fit.
It ships with the simplest of interfaces needing no guesswork. For instance, one has a few transition styles, and Adobe Express lets you change that everywhere with just a click.
Moreover, you can invite others to the workspace, share it with a link, or save it in your Google drive.
However, don’t mistake this for a lack of features, as this one has many. The list starts with an effortless interface, built-in image editor, transition effects, audio recording and import, audio effects, and more.
Importantly, its audio editor packs a significant punch and gets some of the goodness from the dedicated NCH audio tools.
PhotoStage permits direct uploads to platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, etc., and has tailored export for web and mobile devices.
Animoto is a premium cloud-based web application with a free plan (no downloads) to begin.
One can use this video editor for creating slideshows, sharing with others, and recording screens and webcams.
Its stock library is integrated with Getty images, presenting you with a colossal selection of images, clips, illustrations, etc. However, you can always import your own to give the final render a personal touch.
Pre-designed templates, native media editing, professional fonts, social sharing, etc., are some of the other perks of an Animoto subscription.
Vimeo is better known for its video hosting service, but it has a very intuitive slideshow tool you’ll fall in love with instantly.
It’s very simple. Things just work, and it has a free forever version for light users.
I quite liked its stock media library and the filtering options to find elements according to the occasion. Besides, you can always upload your own or connect Google photos to directly source your clips from there.
Moreover, its free tier is very effective, with most goodies up for grabs. The paid one increases the creation limit, opens up branding opportunities and premium templates, and boosts the stock media pile.
The Slideshow maker from Icecream Apps is very cool (😀). Jokes aside, what makes it a steal is the free version (without the watermark) and a very economical lifetime license.
This software gives you maximum control over the elements, transitions, output resolution, and basically everything.
The interface is dead simple yet powerful. The basic mode is the fastest way to create slideshows with upload and all transitions set to random.
However, the advanced mode allows you to unleash your creativity and decide on every single effect.
Put simply, this is one of the best free slideshow software and has a potent paid version for the takers.
So these were our picks for the best slideshow makers, free and paid. The good thing is almost all have trial versions that you can take benefit of for the priceless firsthand experience.
Hitesh works as a senior writer at Geekflare and dabbles in cybersecurity, productivity, games, and marketing. Besides, he holds master’s in transportation engineering. His free time is mostly about playing with his son, reading, or lying… read more