ProShow Web tutorial – Adding content
Learn how to get started in ProShow Web by adding images, videos and text to your show.
ProShow Web tutorial – Selecting themes
Learn how to get started in ProShow Web by selecting a theme.
Using ProShow Web with SmugMug
This tutorial gives you a quick run-down of ProShow Web’s exciting integration with SmugMug! Learn how to transfer SmugMug galleries to ProShow Web to create shows, and upload finished ProShow Web shows back to SmugMug.
ProShow Web tutorial – Unbranded links
Learn how a ProShow Premium account puts you in charge of your show’s branding.
ProShow Web tutorial – Selecting music
Get started with ProShow Web by learning how to add and select a soundtrack for your show.
Creating custom slide styles in ProShow
To create a custom slide style in ProShow you need to go into the Slide Options and click on the Slide\ Slide Styles tab. Click on the ‘Create’ button located near the top of the window to start creating your own slide style.
Using the ProShow Wizard
To use the Wizard in ProShow select ‘Wizard’ from the New Slide Show dialog window that appears when you first launch the program and then click ‘Create. Follow the steps listed on the screen and the wizard will output a show in no time.
Create and edit themes for the ProShow Wizard
To create and edit themes for the Wizard in ProShow you need to go into the Wizard, complete Steps 1 & 2 and then on Step 3, click on the ‘Add’ button to create your new theme. To Edit an existing theme you will click on ‘Edit’ instead of the ‘Add’ button.
Locating ProShow export option in Lightroom
When using the ProShow Plug-in for Lightroom, the option to export to ProShow is located under the File > Export menu. If the ProShow option isn’t there, you’ll need to verify that you’ve got the right version of Lightroom and the plug-in installed.