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  • #16
    I use proshow gold and producer. Both programs are fantastic, although producer offers more effects and control. Neither allows you to properly set and monitor audio levels :(. Also, I find that producer will make my music slowly increase in volume through each song. Strange phenomonem that tech support doesn't have an answer to. The program serves its purpose though and does a fine job at throwing together a quick photo montage.
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    • #17
      Now that I managed to trash my Imaginate CD I need to buy a replacement. I too am looking at ProShow either Gold or Producer.

      Sorry if it has been covered before but what are the significant differences between the two that would effect my use in combining on a timeline in Edius?
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      • #18
        Originally posted by burnandreturn View Post
        Now that I managed to trash my Imaginate CD I need to buy a replacement. I too am looking at ProShow either Gold or Producer.
        The German GV distributor and his dealer network still have Imaginate 2 in stock. If you have your serial number they may also be able to replace your disk.

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        • #19
          And you often can find Imaginate on auction sites; e.g., EBay.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by burnandreturn View Post
            Now that I managed to trash my Imaginate CD I need to buy a replacement. I too am looking at ProShow either Gold or Producer.

            Sorry if it has been covered before but what are the significant differences between the two that would effect my use in combining on a timeline in Edius?
            I do not think you can integrate pro show onto an edius timeline. You can, however, make an mp4 or other file output and use it in edius. I will often do this when I need to work with my audio levels since proshow does not offer a precise method of adjusting and MONITORING audio levels. Proshow producer offers more transitions and effects, and key framing. I take advantage of the effects.
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            • #21
              I wasn't referring to including the project file like you could in Imaginate. Just video files of the show added to the timeline.

              Thanks for the comparison of the two offerings.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Ezra View Post
                I use proshow gold and producer. Both programs are fantastic, although producer offers more effects and control. Neither allows you to properly set and monitor audio levels :(. Also, I find that producer will make my music slowly increase in volume through each song. Strange phenomonem that tech support doesn't have an answer to. The program serves its purpose though and does a fine job at throwing together a quick photo montage.
                You might take a look to see if there are keyframes on the audio track causing the volume to rise.
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                • #23
                  I have been experimenting with ProShow Producer for a few hours and I have to say it is quite a nice program. Simple to use and with lots of options to get what I am looking for in my slide shows.

                  It is much better than ProShow Gold I think but of course it should be as it costs much more!

                  Now I just need to buy some music.
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                  • #24
                    Aha ! I was not aware that there were "Audio" Keyframes in Producer. I will check further into this. I hope it is that simple :-) Thanks
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