Photodex ProShow Gold 2.5
Based on user requests and feedback, new enhancements in ProShow Gold 2.5 include a light box view for organizing large numbers of slides, an audio CD soundtrack tool, new custom menu options, auto-correction for images, voice over recording for slide show narration, an option to back up project files to CD and DVD, user interface enhancements, unlimited undo and redo, and many additional features.
The new show backup system in ProShow Gold 2.5 gives users the option to backup or move a working slide show to their computer, a CD, or a DVD. ProShow Gold 2.5 will automatically gather all the contents and project files of a slide show and save them to a desired location.
Adding audio to a slide show is now easier than ever. Users can add their favorite music to a slide show directly from a CD without any extra conversion, using the audio CD soundtrack tool. ProShow Gold 2.5 also allows users to easily record a voice over narration to a slide show. As the user speaks into a microphone, ProShow Gold 2.5 records the audio and adds it to the slide show.
Using the light box view, a user can organize and edit a larger number of their
slides at once. The light box can be turned on or off and can be either docked
or floated as a separate window. The light box provides all the functionality
of ProShow Gold's intuitive slide list, and can be used in conjunction
with, or in place of the slide list. Using the unlimited undo and redo in ProShow
Gold 2.5, a user can step-back or move forward through the changes they have
made to their slide show. Mistakes can now be easily overcome by the click of
ProShow Gold 2.5 is available from www.photodex.com. ProShow Gold 2.5 is priced at $69.95 for electronic delivery. ProShow 2.5 is also available in a standard edition for $29.95 electronic delivery. Both versions provide a fully functional 15-day trial. Boxed editions are also available.
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