Aspect Ratio is defined as the relative relationship between the width and height of some object. It applies to images, videos, menus and shows within ProShow and can have a significant impact on video output.
It’s easy to get the most out of your Executable shows once you understand the Quality / Performance Settings. These options can have a big impact on how well your shows play.
ProShow Web accepts a variety of photo, video and audio formats. You can even upload directly from Lightroom or select social networking and photo sharing services.
ProShow Web is the smart way to instantly create video slideshows from your photos, videos and music. It’s easy to use, entirely online and comes from the same people that made the award-winning ProShow line of products.
CompuPic Pro supports over 100 file types for reading, and supports over 20 different formats for writing. These formats include many image, document and video files.
CompuPic Pro can run on most older computer systems. Installations are typically limited more by operating system than hardware. CompuPic Pro requires Windows XP or earlier.
Most browsers used today should work fine with ProShow Web. As long as you are using a supported browser, running the latest version of Adobe Flash and have NOT configured your browser in a way that may remove functionality required by ProShow Web, everything should work as expected.
ProShow Web accepts several files types. For a complete list of file types that you can use with ProShow Web, see the list of support file types below.
ProShow Gold supports many files types for both import and output. For a complete list of file types that you can use with ProShow Gold, see the list of support file types below.
ProShow Web will work on any computer with a modern web browser. By modern, we mean any standards-compliant browser made in the last few years.