How to Add Photos to HTML5 Slideshow Maker for Mac
When first start using the Mac version of HTML5 Slideshow Maker to make photo slideshows, most people drag and drop the photos to add photos to this HTML5 slideshow creator. However, Drag-and-Drop is not the correct way for adding photos. Drag-and-Drop function is not supported by the current version of HTML5 Slideshow Maker, but the developers are working on this function, so it will be added in the short future. To successfully and quickly add your photos to the current version of HTML5 Slideshow Maker, please learn the tutorial below.
Two methods for adding photos to HTML5 Slideshow Maker for Mac
There are two methods to add photos to HTML5 Slideshow Maker. After running HTML5 Slideshow Maker, you will see the interface of HTML5 Slideshow Maker as below.
Method One: add photo one by one
Double click one of the folder icons marked with red boxes in the screenshot below.
A window named "Select Directoy" will open after you click a folder icon marked with a red box in the screenshot above. You can find your photos with the window "Select Directory". The photos we saved are in a folder named "New folder" on the desktop. So we click "Desktop", find the folder named "New folder", and click "Open".
After clicking the button "Open", HTML5 Slideshow Maker will display the photos in folder "New folder".
Click the photo you want to add to HTML5 Slideshow Maker, then click the button "Add", or double click the photo you want to add, then the photo you select will be added to HTML5 Slideshow Maker.
Method Two: add many photos at a time
After you run HTML5 Slideshow Maker, click the "Add" button, which is marked with a red box in the screenshot below.
A window named "Open" will open. As we mentioned above, we saved the photos in a folder named "New folder" on the desktop. Open the folder "New folder" in the window "Open".
Use "Shift" and "Command" to help you select more than one photo, then click the button "Open" and the photos you select will be added to HTML5 Slideshow Maker.