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Who's watching?

Postby dorarose » Sun Jan 15, 2023 5:46 am

I'm back using this terrific software after a few years off duty. I wonder if anyone actually looks at this forum. I have found it very useful in prior years.
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby dsprincis » Sun Jan 15, 2023 6:12 am

I check this site almost every day.

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby heckydog » Sun Jan 15, 2023 6:24 am

I stop by almost every day. It's usually a quick peek and go because not a lot gets posted regularly.

There was apparently a big glitch in the forum recently. It was down for several days. It happens occasionally.

But this time when it came back up, it reset my Last login date to yesterday, Jan 14, 2023, from about two years ago. so all my history is gone.

I'm guessing everyone else's got reset as well. It was handy to see who was still active. Couldn't be avoided I guess but I'm still glad the forum is still here.

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby dorarose » Sun Jan 15, 2023 6:34 am

Thanks, folks! I'm looking for a way to move audio clips along the timeline without embedding in specific slides. I can do that in other software, but in PSP, it puts it right at the beginning. I need to do this because there are spots on the show audio that have to be left blank. My workaround is to render the show to mp4 and do the audio editing in Sony Vegas, but I'd rather do it all in one place.
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby dorarose » Sun Jan 15, 2023 6:39 am

Whoops! I solved my problem by searching this forum and finding a post that explained it, and I've already moved one audio clip! This forum is a treasure.
Thanks
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby quetzal » Sun Jan 15, 2023 1:08 pm

Moi aussi, je le regarde de temps en temps. D'aileurs je vais placer un show sur Fleurs de Villes qui a été tenu du 21 sept au 25 sept 2022. A+ quetzal

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby dorarose » Mon Jan 16, 2023 6:51 am

Le site est fermee!
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby Bob R » Sun Jan 29, 2023 3:57 pm

I stop by once in a while. Back when Photodex was in business, it was a great place to share and critique each other's work and there are still gems to be found here!

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby Riekelt » Mon Jan 30, 2023 3:32 am

I visit weelky this forum. And still using PSP 9 wth lots of extra's. Nothing better and no monthly costs.
Hope this forum will stay for a while.

Thanks to the volunteers !

Greetings from Holland
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby Tonel » Wed Feb 01, 2023 1:53 am

I pop in now and then - not daily like I used to do.

PSP is still one of my slideshow tools but now it has to take its turn with the other tools. For each new slideshow I consider which tool to use. My other tools still get updated - I wish PSP did.

Like PSP this forum continues to be used but not to the extent it once did.

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby northward » Thu Feb 09, 2023 3:07 pm

dorarose wrote:Whoops! I solved my problem by searching this forum and finding a post that explained it, and I've already moved one audio clip! This forum is a treasure.
Thanks

Great. Soundwork in PSP drove me nearly over the brink last year. Are you willing to guide me to the post that solved it for you? Much obliged!
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby ProShowFan » Wed Mar 15, 2023 8:50 am

I use this forum a lot and I'm glad it exists. Thanks to him, I learned a lot of interesting things about creating shows, transitions, modifiers. Here you can always meet friendly people ready to share their knowledge and experience.

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Re: Who's watching?

Postby Riekelt » Fri Mar 17, 2023 12:00 am

ProShowFan wrote:I use this forum a lot and I'm glad it exists. Thanks to him, I learned a lot of interesting things about creating shows, transitions, modifiers. Here you can always meet friendly people ready to share their knowledge and experience.


PS-users are always friendly :D :D It is because of the friendly program !

Greetings from friendly Holland.
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Re: Who's watching?

Postby harpo » Sat May 06, 2023 8:23 pm

Hi All,

Haven't been here for quite a while, still using Proshow Produce.

Great software never has any bugs and is very reliable.

i will call in weekly from now on.

John

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