Photodex ProShow Web Slideshow Creator

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by blurij, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. blurij macrumors newbie

    May 24, 2008
    Has anyone tried this app for the iPhone and iPad - the Proshow Web Slideshow Creator by Photodex ?

    I have sent Photodex several emails inquiring about this program with no response. This is the first time that I have seen any Photodex software made for Apple.

    For anyone who has tried it, in what format are the slideshows produced.
    Can they be exported in h.264 format and can they be exported to a Macbook Pro or computer as opposed to just the web ?

    Apparently it is not a Mac application but will open on a Mac with a virtual Windows program. The slideshows are made on web browsers but how are they exported ? I would like for them to play on iTunes, but not sure if this is possible. I don't want to just be able to view the slideshows online.

    I realize this is a subscription service ( no software or hardware ), but in what final format or formats are the final slideshow products one makes on their website ?

    Here is a link to the Photodex site detailing its FAQS

    and here

    thanks for your interest and help
  2. Poppyluv macrumors newbie

    Nov 1, 2013
  3. blurij thread starter macrumors newbie

    May 24, 2008
    Thank you very much PoppyLuv. That pretty much answers my question.

    Have you tried this app?
    I'd also like to know if paying the monthly subscription rates for the Photodex slideshows ( ProShow Web slideshow creator ) also gives you access to all the specialty themes and transitions that they sell for about $20 each for their Window based product?

    I'm talking about these Effects packages for $19.95 each

    Guess what I'm asking is how much difference is there ( if you know or have tried the Windows product ) between the ProShow Web Slideshow Creator and the Windows version of Photodex ProShow Producer?

    Thank you again for your helpful response.
  4. Poppyluv macrumors newbie

    Nov 1, 2013
    Yes, I've used it. Very easy and makes great output.

    The online version (proshow web) has all the same effects that are built-into the desktop software and gives you much of the same options for your slideshow. The $20 add-on packs are extra for both products.

    They are both free to try, might give you a better understanding of which one is a better fit.

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