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Falling Leaves Transition FX Freebie

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Fall is here and the leaves are changing into many beautiful colors. In case you missed our awesome freebie last year…add the look of falling leaves into your ProShow slideshows with our free transition FX for ProShow 7 and 8. Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Ron Wyatt Photography

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This week’s spotlighted show comes from Ron Wyatt Photography. Watch a collection of Ron’s favorite shots during his travels around the world. From culture, to architecture, and wildlife, Ron captures it all beautifully in his ProShow Web slideshow. Continue reading

SYNC 2016 Wrap Up and Slideshow

Last week we had the wonderful opportunity to exhibit at the SYNC conference in Sandestin, Florida. One of the most anticipated events is the opening night program which features a slideshow of all the attendees images. So, drumroll please…here it is for you all to see! Made in ProShow 7. Continue reading

New Songs Added to ProShow 7’s Music Library

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Expires: January 23, 2016

We’ve handpicked 35 brand new songs for ProShow 7’s music library! Enjoy everything from soulful piano solos to acoustic melodies, there’s something for everyone. Continue reading

Capture Frame

Learn how to use the capture frame feature and create your own still frame images. Simply choose the frame you want to grab, right click on the preview screen, and select “Capture Frame”. Play the ProShow training video above for a step-by-step tutorial. Continue reading

5 Handy Right Clicks in ProShow 7

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Want to save more time when creating your show? The ProShow right click menu has many time saving features. Here are a few of the features we think you’ll find beneficial!Continue reading

Getting Started with ProShow Producer

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New to ProShow Producer 7? Check out this quick run-through of the software that will get you up and running with your first slideshow in just a few minutes. Learn how to add photos and videos, choose music and FX and output your finished show. Continue reading