Prepare multiple publishing outputs in advance and your videos will be created while you’re away with the new publishing queue. You can also keep track of all the videos you’ve made with the publishing history. Quickly access the date & time the published video was created, output type, save location, and open created videos.
With the all-new Follow Filters feature, you can have multiple photos, videos, and captions all move together with just a few clicks. Now you won’t have to worry about setting up complex motion effects for each layer, or keeping them in sync while making changes.
Animation just got easier in ProShow! Motion Filters let you apply ready-to-use animations to individual photos and videos. Choose from a selection of 150+ built-in motion filters or combine them with other ProShow slide styles and transition effects for unlimited creative combinations.
ProShow Gold 9 and ProShow Producer 9 now supports importing 4K video clips and publishing shows in 4K. Watch our tutorial video to get a deeper look into these few tips on how to get the best workflow and publishing outcome with 4K in ProShow.
ProShow 9’s freshly re-designed color tool makes it easier to find the perfect color. Customizable color palettes let users save their favorite colors, and the software includes several color palettes designed by professional designers. The new color tool also provides quick access to complimentary and similar colors, making it easier to quickly find the perfect color for captions, backgrounds, outlines and more.
Apply one of the 45+ all new built-in layer filters to your photos + videos with ProShow 9. You can apply layer filters on their own or you can customize your photos + videos even further by combining them with any of ProShow’s slide styles and transitions. From retro to sepia to simple black & white, you’ll discover a whole new level of creativity with these fun filters. Available in Both ProShow Gold and ProShow Producer 9.
For computers with newer Nvidia or Intel graphics cards, ProShow 9 has a new hardware accelerated encoding option for many MPEG-4 video output formats. Hardware acceleration moves the video encoding from the CPU to the GPU, allowing the CPU to focus on the actual rendering of the frames. This usually results in a significant improvement in rendering speed. This option will be especially helpful for those with a slower CPU with less cores.
Publish slideshows in HD quality to a DVD disc that’s playable on all Blu-ray players with the new AVCHD output in ProShow 8. Making an AVCHD disc is almost the same as any other disc output. The difference is that AVCHD does not support menus and is only compatible with Blu-ray players. However, you can add multiple shows and include extra content just like DVD and Blu-ray discs.
Looking for a quick and easy way to load your ProShow Gallery in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10? Use this quick tip below to push any page you’re viewing in your new Edge browser directly to the vintage Internet Explorer 11 browser with minimal effort.
Visually browse and preview through the fonts available to find the right one for your slideshow. You can easily customize the sample text to match the selected caption. Also, the new symbol browser lets you see the characters of a selected font, and you can browse specialty symbol fonts.