Style packs?

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Re: Style packs?

Postby john54 » Sun Feb 28, 2021 2:53 pm

Riekelt wrote:Photodex has stopped but luckily there is still a small group left who wants to make very nice shows


There are more of them than you think, Riekelt. After posting a new project on my YT channel, within 3-4 days I have about 1,000 views and dozens of questions from subscribers from all over the world.

Today, I accidentally found this link on the internet:
https://www.upload-4ever.com/ael93sf3sfsb
Out of curiosity, I downloaded the folder with the installation file and attached instructions:

------- How To Install? --------
- Install program by choosing Trial. Choose "No" to reboot question.
- Don't launch the program after it's installed.
- Run Activation as Admin. It's set to default location, you can customize if you located in another path than default.
- Merge the provided reg entry.
- Block program in firewall for both incoming and outgoing connections.

Of course, I did not install because my program works correctly but maybe someone will need and try to install it?
Best Regards John

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Re: Style packs?

Postby CindyE » Mon Mar 01, 2021 6:32 pm

I believe there is still a very large ProShow user community from what I've noticed both on YT, websites, and the Photodex-Photopia Facebook page. This is not just US but worldwide.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/4665738 ... 7641721831

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Re: Style packs?

Postby ShoeQueen » Sun Nov 07, 2021 10:51 pm

I was able to download my missing PSP from here, which I still had my product code in an email. But alas all my style packs are still MIA.
Purchased them all over the years, and am at a loss as to where that particular external drive is.
If anyone is willing to share, I'd appreciate it.
Any of the packs would be appreciated, as I have to do a memorial show for a my father-in-law who just passed, and I just don't have the time or energy to hunt all of this down.

Thanks for any help,
SQ

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Re: Style packs?

Postby ShoeQueen » Sun Nov 07, 2021 11:45 pm

After some searching I did find my style packs!

I have
Style Packs 1-5
Style Pack Escapes, Grunge, Vintage, Wedding,
Effects 6, 7
Effects Portraits
Transitions 1, 2


I feel like somethings missing, but that could be the free items I'm thinking of.
If anyone has those to share, please contact me.

If anyone needs any of the above packs, let me know, I'm happy to share.

Thanks all :D

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Re: Style packs?

Postby Riekelt » Tue Nov 09, 2021 3:23 am

Hello SQ,

In my opinion an excellent and complete package to make beautiful shows. You have the same list as me. :) and can therefore not complete it.

Over the years I have bought some extra's from various PS makers.
(including "Choice Slides") But Jennifer switched 99% to Photopia.
Seems like a great program, but because of all my purchases I'd rather stick with PSP 9.0 without monthly costs

I hope someday for a revival of this great forum. Thanks to Mike fot keeping it up ......
I'm not a great fan of Facebook myself and there is stil a lot activity.

I dowload regular sample shows on the various Youtube channels offered.
I have collected a lot of them in the past years.

The funny thing is that I rarely use them. Often it is the idea of a show or small parts that I am enthusiastic about.
I am a fan of Granpa Janek on youtube.

But I make most fun of showes of myself ok often not as nice and technical as the free stuff but it is the fun of creating.

Good luck, let us hear from you regularly on this forum and take care of yourself in this strange time.
Riekelt Koffeman

WIN10 PSP 9.0
MAC OSX Photoshop / Lightroom
Foto CANON 80D

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