In order to show just a part of your picture that moves, while all the other parts of the same picture are static, you would need to use some kind of mask.
ProShow Gold doesn't have masks, so you would need to use Photoshop or some other graphic program, in order to create the mask.
You could cut out the water stream from the picture, kind of a hole in your picture, and save that image as a png with transparency.
That would be your first layer of that slide.
Underneath that, in layer 2, you should place your regular picture, and on this layer you should apply those motion filters that you speak of.
The principle is that the water stream would be seen through that hole that you've cut out.
I don't know how realistic that would look, but this is how it should be done.
The output is usually an animated gif, so generally speaking, you would create the entire effect in photoshop and then import into Proshow.
If Gold can play an animated gif it would work in there as well.
DP Animation maker : http://www.animationsoftware7.com/
The free demo version looks very nice.
Can't make this animation in PS9 but i can use it very good as an extra tool.
Is this what you mean by saying "a still photo containing part of a stream (water) is edited such that the water looks like it's moving even though the rest of the photo is still"
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