This course is all about ProShow Producer 9!
The new Filters Tab is the most complicated addition to ProShow 9 and of the three new types of Filters, the Follow Filters are the most complicated. We'll go over all three types of Filters by creating useful Slide Styles, step by step.
In this course you'll learn:
This Course is for ProShow Producer 9. This isn't a complete course on all of the features in ProShow, just the newest features; the Filters.
We'll build Slide Styles, step by step, that use the Motion Filters, Follow Filters, and a combination of all many Filters together!
"Photo Filters" a la Instagram
Once applied, you can change the strength of any Layer Filter
Browse allows for a faster search
Filters are not in alphabetical order, but in the order that Photodex though you might find the most useful.
Some of my favorites:
In this lesson we'll go over what a Motion Filter is, how to use it and, just importantly when not to use it!
Be sure to download the PNG files that come with this lesson so you can follow along with me as we create three different Slide Styles using only Motion Filters.
The Follow Filter is the most complicated addition to ProShow 9. In this lesson we'll go over:
The Position Follow Filter will most likely be the one you use most often. In this lesson, we'll create a Big Wall Pan Slide Style.
We created a simple, one photo, Clothespin Slide Style in an earlier lesson, using only Motion Filters. But, what if you want to have more than one photo? We can use Position Follow Filters with Rotation Center Adjustments to make this Slide Style look just right!
This lesson demonstrates how you can use Follow Filters to have a photo follow along with a modifier set on a mask.
The Zoom Follow filter doesn't always work as expected, but that doesn't mean it's not useful. In this lesson, we'll create a simple Zoom and Rotate animation with a Tag and Caption following the Zoom.
The Rotation Follow Filter is another example of the Rotation setting automatically being checked. That's a good hint that you might want to spend some time lining up your Layer's Rotation Center with it's Target's.
Jennifer started her career as a Video Editor and Graphic Designer back in the 1990s. With the launch of the ProShow Slide Show software in the early 2000s, she was able to combine her professional knowledge of Video and Graphic Design with this robust, but novice oriented program.
With over 20 years of experience in Video Graphic Design, Jennifer creates stunning Slide Styles and Templates that anyone can use to create beautiful shows using the ProShow Software. Her teaching style also earned high marks by Photodex, who has invited her to be a guest speaker at two of their ProShow Conventions as well as being a contributor to their ProShow Book, "Secrets of ProShow Experts".