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Slideshow Software Recommendation

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.3 and also have a Creative Cloud
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I'm looking for a thrid party slideshow software that interfaces well with Adobe online products. I use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.3 and also have a Creative Cloud subscription with Photoshop and LR Classic.
 
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I'm looking for a thrid party slideshow software that interfaces well with Adobe online products
It really comes down to what you are looking to do. If you simply want to having a running presentations of your slides, with maybe music, then there are web presentation packages that allows that including Adobe products.

When you ask about Slideshow Software support, that's where you get into those like are suggest above. This allows you to create a show made up of images and video in different ways, with a mixed content including text, commentary and music. If this is what you have in mind then from my limited experience, you are best just to extract the images from Lr and import them into the software.

I recently created a Photo Essay using PhotoStage (which I will not be using again). One of it's features was backing up all associated files with the slide show. That included images, video, audio recording and music.
 
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