Headed to Photoshop World Conference and Expo in Las Vegas this year? Join us for a fun and exciting photo walk to kick off the festivities! It’s free to attend and open to all experience levels. Just bring your camera and come along! Continue reading →
In ProShow 7, many of the video file export presets were retooled so that creating high quality video files from your slideshows is simple and consistent. Part of this retooling process included adding 60 frames-per-second presets where appropriate. Today I’m going to cover why you’d want to create a 60fps video file and tell you where you can find these options.
The ProShow music library features songs and artists from around the world. One of our favorite artists is Adrina Thorpe. Adrina is a singer, songwriter and pianist based in Orange County, CA. Her style reflects the softer side of music, with a haunting voice and a delicate touch at the piano. Take a listen to a few of our favorite tracks from her below. These songs and many more are available in ProShow Gold 7, ProShow Producer 7 and ProShow Web. Continue reading →
With the release of ProShow 7, a handful of new video output formats have been added to the Video for Web, Devices and Computers window. You may notice a category called High Definition Disc Authoring. The goal of these video presets is to allow you to create Blu-ray or AVCHD files that can be imported into a 3rd-party disc authoring program without the need to re-encode the video.
Today I’d like to show you how to create an AVCHD video file that can be burned to a standard DVD disc and played in a Blu-ray player. This effectively cuts out the need to purchase a Blu-ray burner or blank BD-R discs. [Note: AVCHD discs cannot be played on regular DVD players – only Blu-ray players.]Continue reading →