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Sync Your Slideshow to Music

Want your music to end at the same time as your photos? Try using the Quick Sync options or Sync Slides to Audio in ProShow Gold and ProShow Producer. It’s easy!

Quick Sync is a simple and easy way to sync your slides and audio together with one click. You can select from three options: Entire Show, Select Slides, and Selected Slides to Track. This way the slides and music will start and end at the same time.Continue reading

Great Video Tips to Make it Fast and Simple!

Today’s guest post comes from SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen and Hybrid Photographer Suzette Allen.

Intro by Skip Cohen

Suzette Allen and I have been friends for a lot of years, and I was thinking about everything she teaches in her workshops and her blog, along with all of her images and videos I’ve seen over the years. She’s not a photographer, but the ultimate storyteller. Everything she shares, together with the techniques she teaches are all about helping you tell a better story. And, that’s what your clients are hiring you to do – tell their story.

All of you are looking for ways to make your work stand out from your competitors. You’re looking for new ideas to exceed client expectations and enhance your storytelling skills. Thanks to technology, video is easier than ever to capture, and it’s also never had so much diversity in its purpose, especially with “hybrid” – still images, video clips and great music all put together in one presentation.Continue reading

2018 – Colors of Spring Palette

ProShow 2018 Spring Colors Palette

It’s that time of year when new life and new growth are springing up all around!

It’s Spring! That means flowers often after tons of March and April rain showers. It’s a vibrant new season where a broad range of energetic colors are making their debut. To celebrate this lovely change of season we’ve created our very own complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘2018 Colors of Spring’ to incorporate into your slideshows. This vivid and cheery color palette is bursting with warm, fresh and bright hues. A perfect complement to a brilliantly color filled season ahead, and also great inspiration for some beautiful slideshow video creation.Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Mike Conley

This week’s spotlighted show comes from Mike Conley. His passion for nature and photography really shines through in his slideshow as he showcases the different seasons, flowers, and little critters.

We also really liked how he used some of ProShow Producer’s advanced creative tools to make really neat effects in his slideshows like masking and keyframing.Continue reading

Try the New 2018 Trending Colors Palette

2018 Trending Colors - A Palette Freebie for ProShow 9

It’s a new year! This means that new color trends are making their debut. So we have created our very own complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘2018 Trending Colors’ to incorporate into your slideshows. This sharp and contemporary color palette is filled with strong hues representative of modern style and progression. This palette is perfect for a stylish year ahead and for savvy avant-garde slideshow creation.Continue reading

Candy Coated Colors Freebie Palette

Candy Coated Colors - A Palette Freebie for ProShow 9

It’s time to celebrate delicious sweets, sweethearts, & close friends! Are you ready to craft a colorful slideshow to share with your special someone? Enjoy this complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘Candy Coated Colors’ to incorporate into your super sweet slideshows.

This wonderfully fun color palette is filled with vivid hues similar to bursts of color found in super nostalgic candy coatings and sweets. This palette is perfect for Valentine’s day or for some super sweet slideshow creation.Continue reading

Masking Basics: Transparency Masks

In ProShow Producer you can use transparency masks to creatively control the visibility of images and videos in your slides. Any image can be used as a transparency mask unlike grayscale masks, which rely on light vs dark colors. The only things that matter when you use transparency masks are the size, shape and location of the masking layer.Continue reading