In ProShow Producer, the ability to use keyframes allows you to create many distinct sections of motion within a single slide. In ProShow Gold, however, there is only a starting and ending position. But with the right setup, you can create a cohesive set of motions chaining slides together, each one with its own motion segment. Today I’m going to give you a quick tutorial so that you understand the basics of chaining slides in ProShow Gold.
If you’re looking for a few fun photo-related activities for Valentine’s Day, look no further! We’ve rounded up 5 great projects you can do for fun and with the family. Continue reading →
No country is evolving more quickly, and more positively, than Myanmar. Thousands of years of Buddhist sites, history and culture are now open for tourism.
Each year photographer David Cardinal leads a group of photographers to Myanmar to explore and photograph amazing temples, colorful markets, and unique lifestyles throughout the country. Continue reading →
In ProShow Producer 6 we introduced Text Layers in order to give you new creative possibilities with text. In contrast with captions, one of the obvious benefits of a text layer is to put them above or below other layers in your slide. But having an actual layer with text also means that you can use layer-only features like masking, blur, and tilt in ways that weren’t possible in previous versions. Today I’m going to show you a cool effect that utilizes text layers and tilt to simulate 3D motion on text. Although there are technically a lot of steps, this effect should only take a few minutes to set up.
The top 5 most buzzed about topics and questions about making video slideshows with ProShow. These come directly from ProShow users just like you and are collected by our customer service team every other week! Read the round-up below to see what people are curious about this week.