With Cool Music Card you can create your own e-mail cards and send to friends and family. It also lets you create slideshows and multimedia messages. The program comes with several dynamic and static special effects that you can apply to your greetings. You can also add animations, sound, music, voice recording and text effects. Produce stand-alone Windows EXE (program) files to send from your email applications. Version 3.6 added Charge Flash/Frame/Blk options.
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