DVDPS4 doen't impose any limitations that would be applicable here. Still, I'd be curious to see if crashing occurs in a test show of say 100 photos.The current slide show has +700 photos...
The size range you've mentioned isn't unusually large. Even so, I'd probably try resizing as a trouble shooting measure. If your current resizer can't handle bulk processing, Faststone's freeware converter/resizer will do the job quickly:...sizes probably average 1.5 to 2.0MB each. I do have a picture resizer would it make any difference if the size was reduced before adding to PS4?
If your reg cleaner hasn't been problematic in the past it's probably not the cause. When I've experienced problems with software going South for no apparent reason I've often been able to trace the issue to the installing or uninstalling of massive "suite" apps like Nero, Roxio, and the like but that's not to say smaller proggy's can't do some damage. Typically the type of things I'll look for are corrupt or missing Windows components that might be shared by any number of apps. Problems with Visual C++, DirectX, Windows Driver Foundation, UMDF, MSXML (and who knows what else) can impact specific functions of a program without necessarily causing total failure. These can be difficult to catch at the onset especially if the programs that rely upon them aren't used on a daily basis.I have my checked my registry cleaner to see if I could identify anything obvious on my Ulead programmes but nothing is showing. Between each time I use PS4 I no doubt I have system changes even if it is only updates to Microsoft programmes.
Fortunately I haven't had need of their services recently so I'm not sure if their response level has improved. Still, they see quite a few specific problems and may recognize your symptoms. In some cases they've been known to provide very detailed responses so you might as well give it a shot. Try to share as much info as possible in your initial message as this might minimize back and forth "email tag" delays.My experience of trying to get support in England before Ulead was taken over by Corel was extremely poor, don't know if things have changed.
It's a great choice for slideshows, The learning curve is steeper than DVDPS4 but the basics really aren't difficult to master. The VideoStudio web board is very active and you won't have any problem finding help if needed.I will have a look at Video Studio as I didn't realize this was also usable on photos
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