Photodex has created one of the most flexible and useful slideshow programs available. It strives hard to ensure that the program’s power is within a novice’s reach. However, by overlooking the advanced user, Photodex has obscured some of ProShow’s power. For instance, modifiers and rotate center were introduced in Producer 4 (December 2008). As of version 6 (December 2013), both powerful features remain almost completely undocumented. Further, the manual’s rotate center entry actually contains incorrect information.
Photodex would have you believe that modifiers are only for the advanced user. Perhaps so. By not documenting them, however, Photodex guarantees that only the advanced user or the really determined will try them. As for Rotate Center, it’s quite easy to use. Nonetheless, there are hidden relationships that, if known, allow you to create truly interesting effects. The lack of documentation hides some of the program’s flexibility and capability. This book aims to remedy that by telling secrets Photodex has kept to itself; secrets that can help make the program jump through hoops.
I hope this resource proves useful to you.
Below is the book’s Table of Contents. As you can see, a considerable amount of territory is covered. The material is current as of ProShow v6.0.3410. Keep tuned in!