ProShow Producer Tutorials

For ProShow Producer users – enjoy!

Silent Movie Effect – Do It All In Producer!

A La Anne Geddes – Do It All In Producer!

This is a very short masking tutorial for a fun effect.

Frame Alternatives! – Do It All In Producer

Quick Face Lifts! – Do It All In Producer – Tutorial for V4

4 thoughts on “ProShow Producer Tutorials

  1. I do have the ProShow Producer V.4. I can’t figure out how to “insert modifier on Black Point Slider Sine Wave”. And adjust the frequency to 15.00 and amplitude to 50.00. I found your instructions in the referred to thread, but even there it doesn’t say where to adjust the frequency and amplitude. I’m not as experienced as you but I’m not really a novice. I apologize for my inexperience but I’m really impressed with your knowledge.

  2. Hello John,

    My tutorials are designed to be short and simple, for users with a good hands-on working knowledge of of the program. If you’re a beginner, you may need to start with some of the more simple features. Also, this effect isn’t possible with the given instructions if you’re using an earlier version of the program.

    More information can be found in the ProShow Enthusiast forum if you search through the archived threads.

  3. I’m really intersted in the “Silent Movie Effect” you created above. Your instructions went over my head a bit. I do have ProShow Producer. Please send a more detail instructions if you wouldn’t mind.

  4. I very much appreciate my first success with modifiers because of you. Thanks so much.

    I read when I purchased the program there was a way to make objects follow one another with modifiers.

    If you ever address this or anything else having to do with the modifiers I will be So Grateful.


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