here is free template for Proshow Producer 6 (for 24 fotos). Use landscape images (6:4).
To see what the template look like, check out the video here:
Download here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/iq88n55jkc28vrz/Pop_up_Book_Template.rar (File Size 70.39 Мб) It is updated 14.05.2014.
Have fun creating!
Some recommendations about work with a template.
For synchronization of slides with other sound track use the tool Audio->Sync Slides to Audio.
Time of transitions between slides can't be changed, only time of slides.
For synchronization it is necessary to allocate previously on Timeline slides,
since a slide of opening of a cover, at slide number 3, and finishing a penultimate slide,
before book closing, at slide number 26.
On the picture settings of parameters of synchronization are shown.
Thanks to all for attention to a template.
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We thank you so much for this slide style (sharing). We appreciate. A+ quetzal
You've done it again and provided a very interesting, unique, and intriguing approach to providing a way to present images. Well done and very nice!
It takes unique perspective to do anything different with Producer these days ... it hasn't changed much at all over the last several years. It's nice to see that unique perspectives and their application to image presentation is alive and well. Still, the incentive to work with the program isn't really there.
You are NOT alone in the idea that a 64-bit version of ProShow is called for. We were hoping v6 would 64-bit, given that so much time had passed since the previous releases... I regularly push the program to its limits (and have for years). I keep finding new ways to push those limits (or at least how to measure them)...
Well, back to the grind ... work work work!
stranger2156 wrote:Thanks, Dale! Only, as it seems to me, our Proshow Producer already works to the limit. Developers have to think of replacement by 64 bit version.
I doubt very much that ProShow generates enough revenue for Photodex to justify investing a fortune to upgrade the program to 64 bits. It probably makes much more sense
business-wise, to invest in ProShow web which is almost certainly going to generate more revenue for Photodex than ProShow in the future. However, as usual, time will tell...
Again, thank you for cheering!
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Too, effects are getting more involved and complicated. A couple of years ago, 25 layers was considered a large slide ... not so any longer. Today, 40 to 60 is much more common. And, those of us who actually know how to use the program's features effectively are using quite a few more layers in the creation of these effects. That creates a large data stream ... and really crimps those slow broadband connections. Often, the program's limits are really pushed with some of these effects ... especially when two large slides are transitioned together, it can bring the program to its knees. I've done it many times ... and I'm forced to constrain some of the effects as a direct result.
You may be right Jean-Paul ... but I doubt your vision will occur anytime in the next 3 or 4 years, or so. Photodex upgraded the web application this past year ... and it's still nowhere near as powerful as the standalone program. They spent considerable time doing the upgrade. Still, it doesn't stop the power users from hoping that a 64-bit standalone version is released in the near future (64-bit operating systems are very widely used these days). A 64-bit program might never happen ... but, we can still hope that it will occur in the next year or two. ... tho we might be hoping in vain.
Photodex has been awful quiet this past year and a half ...
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