Add multiple photos to the canvas and add some background music to show the timeline. Crop and resize
your images to place them in the canvas. Combine the composition in the canvas and the arrangement in the timeline to build
your slideshow or collage with music. Add additional elements like text or videos.
Combine photos, videos, and music to create slideshows to share on your web or social media.
Add music to photos
Upload a MP3 audio file or record your own voice over to start creating your slideshow. Add and
place your images and adjust the start, and duration of each image. Rearrange them in the timeline to control when
they are shown along the video. Preview the photo slideshow video on any moment.
Combine multiple audio tracks (voice, sound effects, music...) with videos and photos online.
Overlay text on photos
Overlay some text to communicate your message or shown as watermark. Add text on every image
to describe your picture. Build video tutorials, step by step, combining photos, text, and music. Combine photos
and videos to make instructive videos to share on your web or social media.
Repurpose your images and videos creating slideshows and step by step video tutorials.
How to make a photo slideshow with music
Creating videos from pictures can be hard on most video editors, specially when you need to crop
images. With Abraia you can freely resize and place images and videos to create slideshows and collages.
1. Upload the audio
Just upload an audio file, or use the audios toolbox to select one from your gallery, or even to
directly record your voice. Then, adjust the canvas size for your social media or start uploading a picture.
2. Add the images
Upload or select your pictures from the images toolbox. Go to the timeline and resize the
image elements to adjust the duration, and rearrange them to customize the appearance order.
3. Finish the video
Pad or crop the images to the canvas, or even build collages of pictures to finish your video.
Finally, click export to create the photo slideshow with music in MP4, WebM, or MOV.