‘Soundslides Tool & Utilities’ Category


New Website Resources

You've probably already noticed our newly designed Website at www.Soundslides.com. We're working to make it an interactive space that will provide lots of resources, including:

forum dialogues by amateur and professional users
screenshots and video tutorials
tips from and profiles of Soundslides’ top journalists, photographers and amateurs
a fresh blog featuring news, updates, and a slideshow choice of the day (submit yours!)
sample audio slideshows to show just how far you can go with Soundslides to make your slideshows incredible

You can participate. We'll make it easy for you to contribute on all sorts of levels. ... Read the full story

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New Soundslides WordPress plugin!

You asked for it — an easy WordPress plugin that integrates your Soundlides project into your Website or blog. Download the Soundslides plugin here. Now you’ve got it! 
You can drop your audio slideshow right onto your WordPress site easily and quickly. Just upload your project in a zip file and add it to your post as you would any image or video.
It’s extremely easy to make your posts pop with slideshow videos that are made with the industry standard Soundslides software.
Go to http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/soundslides/ for the Version ... Read the full story



The Soundslides Summer

Soundslides is in fast forward, and we're posting this midsummer update to make sure you're looped in.

Check out what we are launching right now:

A new Website
A new YouTube channel
A new, easy WordPress plugin
New Facebook and Twitter conversations
An irresistible blog — useful and fun
A Drupal module for integrating your Soundslides project into the Content Management System (CMS)

Why? Because Soundslides audio slideshow software is getting easier to use and way more mobile. We want you to know exactly how far you can go with it. Very far...

If you don't know Soundslides, wonder no more. ... Read the full story

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Public Relations and Audio Slideshow Software

I recently came across an interesting Soundslides project posted on the Washington State University website.


This is a great example of how an image slideshow with captions and some audio can be a powerful public relations tool.

We are seeing more and more public relations professionals show interest in using Soundslides to tell a story or get across a message that would otherwise be very difficult to do with text alone.

Seeing the old images and reading the captions gives the viewer a sense of the historical significance ... Read the full story

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