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Free flora effects for ProShow

Free Flora Effects for ProShow

Whether you’re planning to make the perfect Mother’s Day slideshow or just want to showcase some recent photos and videos in style, you’re going to love these gorgeous botanical-inspired freebie effects for ProShow 5+. Perfect for family, portrait, wedding, nature and landscape photography. Watch the demo video below to see the effects in action!

 

Freebie #1: Flora Title

An elegant new title style to add to your collection. Its relaxed vintage botanical look complements all sorts of photo/video subjects (old and new), and especially those captured outdoors. Compatible with ProShow Producer 5+, ProShow Gold 5+, and ProShow Web.

ProShow Web users, you’ll see all these effects as part of the new theme ‘Flora’ when you log in and create a slideshow.

 

Freebie #2: Flora Single Image Enhancements

Display your images with a graphical ode to Spring. Available in versions for landscape and portrait images. Compatible with ProShow Producer 5+, ProShow Gold 5+, and ProShow Web.

 

Freebie #3: Flora Transition

This transition effect features swirling, floral flourishes that grow across the screen, replacing the previous image with the next. Compatible with ProShow Producer 5+, ProShow Gold 5+, and ProShow Web.

 

Get it FREE

ProShow 7
and later

Use the Download Effects + Content
feature in ProShow’s Tools menu to
automatically download and install this
freebie. For help see this how-to article.

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ProShow 6
and earlier

With older versions of ProShow,
download these ZIP files and use
ProShow to install the freebies.
For help see this how-to article.

  1. ‘Flora Title’ caption style
  2. ‘Flora 1′ landscape image style
    ‘Flora 2′ portrait image style
  3. ‘Flora’ transition

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Leslie

As the head of the Creative team at Photodex, Leslie is involved in the design & production of ProShow demos, slideshows & special effects. She is a self-professed Crazy Cat Lady who is into horror movies, music, good food, and riding her bike around Austin.