With ProShow’s built-in audio editing tools you can quickly open, fade, and trim your tracks added from the built-in music library with ease.
Learn how to change the background color of your ProShow Gold and ProShow Producer slideshows. Change it from black to any color on the color wheel or use a photo as your slideshow’s background.
Learn how to use ProShow’s built-in image editing tools to give your slides a vintage or retro look.
Like any application, ProShow only has access to a limited amount of resources on your computer. If ProShow needs to use more memory than it has available, you may receive a notice about being low on memory.
ProShow provides best-in-class playback of slide shows. Understanding what can affect playback performance can help you improve the performance of your shows.
To save a show in ProShow click on ‘File’ and select ‘Save’ from the drop down menu. Alternatively, you can also use the keyboard shortcut ‘Ctrl+S’ to save the show.
At the moment ProShow doesn’t have a feature or one-click solution to split a single show into multiple shows. However, since ProShow supports the copy and paste function in Windows you can utilize this function to copy the slides in a show and paste them into a secondary show of your choice.
At the moment ProShow doesn’t have a feature or one-click solution to merge multiple shows into one single show. However, since ProShow supports the copy and paste function in Windows you can utilize this function to copy the slides in a show and paste them into a secondary show of your choice.
Follow these simple steps to learn how to customize Wizard themes with your favorite slide styles and effects!
To remove red eye from your images in ProShow you need to use the red eye removal tool located under the ‘Adjustments’ tab found under the Layers section of the slide options. Check the Red-Eye check box and click on the ‘Red-eye’ button to open up the red eye removal tool.