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Proshow Gold version 9.0.3797

Colin Smale 17 477 England
1 Feb 2020 12:46PM
Just by coincidence I wanted to buy a programme to create a 'slide show' and discovered that Photodex was closing down in 4 days time (1st Feb) ! I downloaded proshow gold version 9.0.3797 but there seems to be no instruction book available for this version.
Any ideas if there are instruction books or vids that are proshow gold version 9.0.3797 ?

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1 Feb 2020 4:29PM
Photodex is closed permanently. You can't buy Proshow Gold or Producer anymore.

Visit Proshow Enthusiasts forum and try suggested alternate products.
Colin Smale 17 477 England
1 Feb 2020 5:25PM
I know, it closed 31st Jan but as you see, I did manage to buy one just before they closed, downloaded and sitting in my PC.
sausage Plus
15 635 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2020 9:16AM
There is also Pictures2exe that works well.
2 Feb 2020 7:54PM
Now it's PTE AV Studio - a renamed product PicturesToExe mentioned above. It's really a good replacement for Proshow Gold.
Colin Smale 17 477 England
2 Feb 2020 8:18PM
Seeing as I have only just purchased Proshow gold I might as well give it a try eh? What I would really like to know is... is there a manual for the 9.0. 3797 or what is nearest?
EddieAC 15 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2020 9:09PM
Try This .

I found it with a Google search but not sure how helpful it will be.
Stillbase 8 79 Wales
3 Feb 2020 9:19AM
Well tried Colin Smale, but no-ones listening!!
bppowell 18 2.2k 2 England
3 Feb 2020 10:03AM
Colin Smale 17 477 England
3 Feb 2020 4:20PM
Was nursey late with your medication today Stillbase?
Colin Smale 17 477 England
3 Feb 2020 4:23PM
Thank you bppowell, that looks like good.
Bridgelayer 12 675 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2020 9:31PM
Here you are Colin. some shortcuts for you.
Colin Smale 17 477 England
4 Feb 2020 10:09PM
Heck that's handy, thanx Bridgelayer.
Chris_L 6 5.5k United Kingdom
5 Feb 2020 12:06AM
Colin, IIRC, there's a demo slideshow that you can load. It's worth doing that and getting a feel for how it works. It's a fab program, ahead of its time when I first used it, around 2004 I reckon.

My top tip would be to not resize your images before loading them into ProShow. Give it full size best quality JPEGs. It can resize them itself and does a great job but when they are bigger than the slideshow you can pan and zoom, do the "Ken Burns Effect"

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