Yes, watch tutorial video #15 at time 17:35 onwards which shows you how to create your slideshow as a video file output (mp4). After creating your mp4 video file, copy this file to your flash (USB) stick. Most TVs, Blu-ray players etc which accept USB sticks will accept this common mp4 video file format. Like you said, there will be an option on your TV to playback media files from USB sticks. Creating your videos this way will also give you the best quality result as you can author slideshows at full HD 1080p and at 30fps.
I have just purchased your software, which I am enjoying using, however now I want to burn to video file it has completed the process but seams to be frozen on the last stage and I cant move forward, no message has come up to say complete!! hope you can help.
Hi Jude, sorry you are experiencing problems. If you can email me your photovidshow log file (as an email attachment) this may tell me more as it is hard to know what the exact problem is from your description. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The log file will be a file on your PC called 'log.txt' and it will be stored in the folder 'Documents/PhotoVidShow' on your PC. I.e. right click on 'Start', select 'File Explorer', then in that File Explorer window, select 'Documents' and then select the 'PhotoVidShow' sub folder to locate the log file.