Software: Photodex has today announced the release of the newest version of its slide show presentation product ProShow Gold. With version 2.0, ProShow Gold continues to be the only slide show presentation product that combines all output formats into a single application. This Create once, Play anywhere approach provides the user unmatched flexibility. ProShow Gold 2.0 is priced at $69.95 and standard edition for $29.95, both for electronic delivery. Both versions provide a fully functional 15-day trial.
Photodex Corporation Releases ProShow(TM) Gold 2.0
Photodex Corporation announces the release of the newest version of its market leading slide show presentation product. ProShow Gold is known for its ease-of-use, unmatched quality, and blazing fast rendering speeds.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 24, 2004 -- Photodex Corporation announces the release of the newest version of its market leading slide show presentation product. ProShow Gold is known for its ease-of-use, unmatched quality, and blazing fast rendering speeds.
Using ProShow Gold 2.0 a user can create amazing slide show resentations using their digital photos, video, and audio. With version 2.0, ProShow Gold continues to be the only slide show presentation product that combines all output formats into a single application. This Create once, Play anywhere approach provides the user unmatched flexibility. Using ProShow Gold 2.0, users can output to DVD, streaming web shows, executables, screensavers, PC Autorun discs, video CDs, and more.
With a vast array of digital camera choices and the rising number of consumers switching to digital, one thing remains clear: Consumers want to document and share their experiences. Digital cameras allow consumers to capture these images and ProShow Gold 2.0 provides the technology to let consumers share their photos in new and visually stimulating ways. ProShow Gold 2.0 takes digital images from the computer screen to anywhere the user wants to go: The living room, the sales presentation, or to any web browser.
"No publisher has ever been as aggressive with a presentation product as we have been with ProShow Gold 2.0. Our goal with ProShow Gold 2.0 was to completely revolutionize this product category", Paul Schmidt, President, Photodex Corporation.
New features in ProShow Gold 2.0 include fully integrated high speed DVD authoring, "Ken Burns" style motion effects, caption and text effects, and much more.
For ProShow 2.0 Gold, Photodex has redesigned its popular online photo sharing service to include complete support for slide shows. Users are able to upload shows to Photodex.com with just a few clicks, making memories available to friends and family anywhere in the world.
Pricing and Availability
ProShow Gold 2.0 is available from www.photodex.com. ProShow Gold 2.0 is priced at $69.95 for electronic delivery. ProShow 2.0 is also available in a standard edition for $29.95 electronic delivery. Both versions provide a fully functional 15-day trial.
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