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I've done it the way Gabe Sanders indicated. I can't think of a reason it would make a difference if you are creating for real estate or something else.
Hi Gene - any video editor should allow you to do that by inserting stills rather than video, and a recorded audio track.
I was going to say Animoto until I read last line.
Windows movie maker for the PC or iMovie for the MAC.
I use movie maker and I am very happy with the results. It has a short learning curve but mainly about organization.
I have done many with Movie Maker, and have done the voice over.
I will be monitoring the answers here Gene.
animoto.com But you are turning them into a slide show, NOT video.
Windows Moviemaker (PC) and iMovie (Mac) are both free programs and you can use anyway you want with voicing.