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Make a Festive Holiday Photo Slideshow

There couldn’t be a better, more fitting time to share family photos and videos than the holidays. Photo slideshows are the perfect way to bring everybody together to highlight some of the best moments of the year and also celebrate the unique beauty of the season.

If you’re looking for the perfect tool for creating your holiday photo slideshows online, check out ProShow Web. It’s an easy-to-use online slideshow tool that turns your photos, videos and music into beautiful slideshows you can share online or on your TV.

How to Get Started:

1. Create an Account
Create a free account on or sign in to your existing account. It just takes a second and it’s totally free to try. You can create a free 15-photo slideshow or upgrade for only $30 a year to create full length slideshows anytime for any occasion.

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2. Pick a Holiday Slideshow Theme
ProShow Web comes with tons of holiday themes for your slideshows. Holiday Holly, Jingle Bells and Holiday Stars are just a few. Select your theme then click Next to add your photos, video clips and text.


3. Add Photos, Video + Text
You can use photos, video clips and add text to make your slideshow. Just click the green plus button to upload photos from your computer. They’ll load into your show where you can click to drag and rearrange. Then click Next to add some music.


4. Choose a Song
ProShow Web has tons of awesome tracks to use in your slideshow. Check the New Arrivals section for great holiday tunes like Jingle Bells, Snowflakes and Deck the Halls. With hundreds of songs to pick from, there’s something for everyone.


5. Build + Watch Your Video Slideshow
That’s it! ProShow Web will quickly work it’s magic behind the scenes to turn your photos, video and music into a beautiful video slideshow you can share with friends and family this holiday season. Watch online, share on facebook, or download and burn to DVD.




Amanda works in Photodex's marketing department and heads up the company's pr and events efforts. She loves photography, living in Austin and making slideshows.