I can effortlessly create stories with photos using MediaStory. #IntelAIO
Our Halloween turned out nothing like we had planned. For the first time ever, Halloween was a washout, well, almost. Rain was forecasted for Halloween, but we all held out until the very last moment. When we realized the rain wasn’t going away, we still let the kids get into their costumes and trick-or-treat in the house and on our back porch. The kids had a great time, much to my surprise.
J dressed up as Minnie Mouse, and Sean II was SpiderMan. I felt bad for them because they couldn’t get out and trick-or-treat in the neighborhood. I was really surprised just how understanding Jasmine was. If that were me when I was little, I’m sure I would have been crying my eyes out. I remember just how much I looked forward to Halloween every year.
The day after our wash out of a Halloween, J had a field trip with her class to the local pumpkin patch. The field trip totally made up for the fact that J and her little brother couldn’t trick-or-treat the night before.
When I got home I wanted to share the photos with my mom. I decided to try out some new software I wanted to try that I could easily download onto my new Intel all-in-one. In just a few minutes I had MediaStory downloaded and after a few quick tutorials I was ready to go. See why the Intel AIO PC is perfect for families.
I had no problem pulling photos from my Facebook albums to add into my MeidaStory. The entire program was fun and easy to use. I can effortlessly create stories with photos using MediaStory. The stories and albums I create now have quickly replaced the need for an old standby photo album. I can now create stories that are animated, and with a click of a button I can share with my friends and family.
I put this little album together from Halloween and the day after. I would have taken more photos but having the kids out on a field trip, by myself proved harder than I had though. I really could have used an extra pair of hands, or two. With the time I was spent wrangling the kids, I didn’t have much time to snap many photos.
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