Want to show your photos as slideshow on Myspace but did not know how to do it? This step by step Myspace flash slideshow tutorial will help you. It guides you to turn your photos into flash slideshow and embed the slideshow into Myspace with simple steps.
Step One : Install Flash Slideshow Creator and Create a New Slideshow Click here to download Flash Slideshow Creator and then install it. After launching the program, a pop-up window as the picture below will guide you to start your journey. Let's click the "New" button to create a new slideshow .
Step Two : Add Photos and Select a Flash Template
Import the photos and process with the built-in photo editing tool, which include some basic functions like Brightness, Contrast Crop, Rotate, Effect, etc. If the photos did not need to process, just skip to select a flash template for the flash banner. Here a select "None". Wacth Free Flash Slideshow Templates >>
Step Three : Decorate the Flash Banner with Transition effects,Texts
Frist, check the box to disable "Intro and End" because we don't need them for our flash banner. Second, click the effect box to select from 70+ transition effects include swift and push effects. Here I select a swift as the pictures below and apply it to all slides. You can choose each slide a effect and set the transition and photo duration. And then, add some text for the flash banner.
Step Four : Publish the Flash Banner as a SWF File
Go to "Publish" panel. Set output option such as Size, Flash option, Photo option and Loop Style before making SWF File. Otherwise, you can make Html File,Executable,Screen saver or even Send by Email with Flash Slideshow Creator.
Step Five : Embed Flash Slideshow into Myspace
Frist, we need to upload the SWF format slideshow file to a host and get the URL of it.
Sample URL: http://www.ipixsoft.com/flash-slideshow-samples/flash-banner.swf
Second, login Myspace Account, click Profile -> My Blog, add new blog and select HTML edit mode.
Copy and paste the html code as below to the post body. Don't forget to replace the SWF file URL to your own slideshow.