New in ProShow is a built-in royalty-free music library that provides all ProShow users with quick access to a wide variety of music tracks and sound effects. Browse by length, genre or occasion to find the songs and sound effects that works best for your show.
The built-in royalty-free music library in ProShow 7 offers a wide variety of music tracks and sound effects for your shows. The music library is available for all registered users of ProShow 7 and can be used for both personal and commercial purposes.
Quickly fix audio / video syncing issues using the Audio Offset feature found under the built-in Video Clip Settings in ProShow 7.
ProShow Producer 7 makes your slideshows look and sound better than ever. Discover a new dimension of convenience and exciting possibilities for bringing your shows to life, including built-in music, free FX & content, new publishing options & more – right at your fingertips.
ProShow Gold 7 makes your slideshows look and sound better than ever. Discover a new dimension of convenience and exciting possibilities for bringing your shows to life, including built-in music, free FX & content, new publishing options & more – right at your fingertips.
New in ProShow 7, publish your show to HTML5 video and easily embed your videos on your website or blog without any special plug-ins.
Here is a step-by-step guide on transferring videos you’ve made with ProShow to a USB flash drive in both Windows and on a Mac.
A virtual machine is a great solution for those that need access to Windows or Windows programs on the Mac. When setting up a virtual machine its extremely important to configure the necessary resources so your Windows OS and programs will run at their very best on your Mac.
Split Track Here is a great tool for those that need a quick way to split a song into two parts without having to re-import the same song twice. When you split a song in ProShow it takes a single song and splits it into two separate tracks giving you complete control over both parts.
One of the more frequent questions we hear is ‘What size should my images be’ for use in ProShow Gold, ProShow Producer or ProShow Web. The general answer we’ve always given is to use your originals. In this article we will touch on the best tips for resizing your photos using PhotoShop and/or Lightroom to streamline your workflow when importing into ProShow.