In Part 2 of Using the Wizard in ProShow 8, we’ll show you how to use the basic tools and new custom control tools. In addition to the theme you’ve chosen, you can also apply a custom effect to the slide(s) you’ve selected in the wizard. Continue reading →
If you haven’t heard yet…we’ve redesigned the wizard in ProShow 8 to give you more control over your show’s look and feel. In Part 1 of Using the Wizard, we’ll show you just how easy it is to use the new streamlined interface giving you one-stop access for easily mixing your content, music, and FX. Continue reading →
Over the past few years, we’ve noticed a steady increase in the number of customers that want to share their slideshows with friends, family, or clients via USB flash drives. Technically, this has always been possible to do, but some questions keep popping up: “What video format should I choose?”, or occasionally “Where did my file get saved and how do I move it to my USB drive?” With ProShow 8, we’ve introduced a simple feature that we hope will eliminate any uncertainty for users.
With ProShow 8, we’ve introduced a new output format called AVCHD. Essentially, AVCHD is a lite version of the Blu-ray format that can be burned onto a standard DVD disc. This saves the cost (or inconvenience) of having to buy a Blu-ray burner and blank Blu-ray discs. The result is that you can create pristine quality video to play on your Blu-ray player, all on a readily-available medium that can easily be archived on your shelf. For those that already create standard DVDs for their clients, AVCHD may be a perfect opportunity for a free add-on or upsell.Continue reading →
Keeping volume levels consistent between audio tracks in your show can be a frustrating task. As you may recall, we previously wrote an article on how to edit your tracks in a 3rd party editing tool prior to importing. To help users deal with this problem, we’ve introduced a Volume Leveling feature in ProShow 8. Today I’m going to explain this convenient tool so that you can make the most of it.Continue reading →