Acme Photo ScreenSaver Maker has a pretty suggestive title - this software lets you transform your image files into screensavers.
The interface of the application is simplistic and intuitive. You can import pictures into the list by using either the file browser or the "drag and drop" method.
So, once you have selected photographs, you can enable Acme Photo ScreenSaver Maker to display them in a random order, as well as set the photo scale ratio (e.g. full screen keep scale) and interval time (or synchronize it with music, if it exists).
Furthermore, you can add background music and play the complete list in sequence or random order, change the background (solid color, gradient color or picture), add captions and apply dynamic headline effects (e.g. fade in, zoom out).
On top of that, you can select transition effects (e.g. swap slide, blinds wipe), enable the display of song lyrics, add an opening and ending title, as well as edit screensaver information (e.g. title, author, email, readme text).
In addition, you can allow users to export photos and songs by using a password, enable Acme Photo ScreenSaver Maker to ignore mouse movements on exit, and others. Before saving the screensaver in the EXE or SCR format, you can preview it.
The simple-to-use program needs a moderate amount of system resources, includes a simple tutorial with snapshots for beginners, quickly create a screensaver and didn't freeze, crash or display errors during our tests. It seems that Acme Photo ScreenSaver Maker comes bundled with all the right tools for building screensavers, so we highly recommend it to all users.