How to watch iPhone photo slideshow on HDTV

This article is about how to connect iPhone with TV and watch your iPhone photos on sizeable screen  HDTV with music, transitions, pan&zoom and other effects for a better enjoyment of photos.

After a vacation, party or wedding,  there are many photos on your iPhone which you will share with friends and family. However, it is not very convenient to show photos on iPhone with a small screen to many people in a room. It seems a good idea to view these beautiful photos on big screen HDTV with favorite music, dynamic transition and pan&zoom effects.

To do this, you need 2 tools: An app to create a photo slideshow on iPhone—Photo Slideshow Director HD; Tools to connect your iPhone to TV—Apple Digital AV Adapter and HDMI Cable or Apple VGA Adapter. Photo Slideshow Director HD is a photo slideshow app that lets you use iPhone to organize photos in Camera Roll, Picasa albums,Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, SkyDrive and Instagram albums and create a slideshow with kinds of effects.

Download Photo Slideshow Director from iTunes App Store:

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Note:Apple Digital AV Adapter only supports iPhone 4, iPhone 4S now

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Photo Slideshow Director

Create slideshow on iPhone with your photos and watch photos on HDTV as the following instructions.

  • Import photos from iPhone photo library with the first photo icon in the taskbar
  • Tap music icon and import slideshow background music from your iPhone
  • Customize transition effects. Tap the dice between photos, you can change the randomly applied transitions.
  • Choose a beautiful theme for your photo album slideshow
  • Preview the slideshow on your iPhone
  • Connect your iPhone to TV with Apple Digital AV Adapter and HDMI cable or Apple VGA Adapter. Then tap Export icon and choose viewing photo slideshow on HDTV.

Photo Slideshow Director HD is a very easy-to-use app which enables you to make a perfect slideshow within minutes.

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