I'm mostly a Linux guy but I don't think the software I'm looking for is available in Linux so I ask this presumable easy question for those of you that knows Windows.
The thing I want to do is to just take a SD-card from a camera, pop it into the computer and then show a slideshow with images AND VIDEOS. I need to be able to manually step between the pics/videos with the keyboard and I don't want the hassle of using something like ffdiaporama (which otherwise is a great app) or any video editor. The program should, of course, also be able to show the slideshow in fullscreen.
Would the standard image viewer in Win 7 allow me to do this? I don't got access to a windows computer right now so can't test it. Or is there any other good and free programs that lets me do this?
And if someone would knows of any software for Linux that can handle this, that would be even better. But I don't believe it exist, I tried google and asked a question on askubuntu.com.
I Don't believe Google Picasa would be exactly that easy (i need to import the images and videos into it). But I believe it could work if there are no better options?