It’s March and the “slow season” is rapidly coming to a close, but just because sales are down this time of year, doesn’t mean your creativity in planning the new year can’t be up. Now is the perfect time to focus on ideas for the year ahead.Continue reading →
In ProShow 8, we’ve completely reworked the Video For Web, Devices, And Computers window – the main hub for creating video files in ProShow. Although the profiles have expanded and changed over the years, it became increasingly important to us to refocus the layout to provide a more intuitive experience that allows users to get the very best quality without having to know too much about the complex world of video encoding. Continue reading →
Summer is full of many fun outdoor activities. Most include water, rough areas, and a lot of action. This means your camera, phones, and other gadgets are at risk.
Don’t be held back because you don’t have the right equipment. Capture your memories with some of these awesome gadgets and gear to help you build your summer slideshow.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.
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 →
ProShow has built-in support for uploading your slideshows to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Smugmug. YouTube and Facebook are household names at this point, but Vimeo and Smugmug are two services you may want to look into if you’re not already familiar with them. Today I’m going to give you a rundown of the pros and cons of each service so that you know which one is right for you.