Discussions about Pro Show Producer?

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Rick Altman, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. Rick Altman

    Rick Altman Guest

    I am rapidly developing a passion for Photodex's new digital video editing
    package and am a bit dismayed that there is not a dedicated newsgroup for
    it. Does this forum attract many earnest users of it? If not, does anyone
    here know of a forum that does? Many thanks...



    Rick A.
    Pleasanton CA
     
    Rick Altman, Dec 2, 2005
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  2. Rick Altman

    Mark² Guest

    I am an "earnest user" of Proshow Producer.
    :)
    I don't know of a NG for it, though...
    Fantastic program, and worth every bit of its $350 upgrade (from Gold) price
    tag.
    -Mark
     
    Mark², Dec 2, 2005
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  3. Rick Altman

    Rick Altman Guest

    Jim, that is Pro Show's one significant deficiency: not only is there not a
    Mac version, but the only output option that is supported on the Mac is DVD
    creation. Pro Show creates incredibly efficient webstreams and compact,
    high-fidelity executables, but only viewable on WinTel machines. My biggest
    hurdle right now is to get from MPG (which Pro Show creates) to MOV (which
    it does not) so I can create videos viewable on Macs.

    That would be he first piece of advice I would ask for were I to find a
    support forum for the software...
     
    Rick Altman, Dec 2, 2005
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    Mark² Guest

    Can you watch *.avi files on macs?
    ProShow Producter will create that format too...

    If mac doesn't support avi, they are blowing it...since most digicams create
    them.
     
    Mark², Dec 3, 2005
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  5. Rick Altman

    Rick Altman Guest

    I think you can watch AVIs on Macs, but they are huge and cannot be part of
    the equation for anyone who wants to offer streamed video from a website.
     
    Rick Altman, Dec 3, 2005
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