PRESS RELEASE: Photodex® Corporation Releases ProShow® StylePack Volume 3 for ProShow® Producer
Austin, TX, November 2, 2009 - Photodex Corporation has released the ProShow StylePack Volume 3, the highly anticipated third installment in its ProShow StylePack product line. Volume 3 features 25 new and captivating effects designed to enhance a wide variety of slide shows including wedding, portrait, travel and outdoor photography. Created specifically for ProShow Producer users , Volume 3 takes advantage of Producer's advanced creative capabilities like masking, modifiers and adjustment effects to create effects that can't be done with other software.
ProShow StylePacks instantly transform photos and videos into exciting layouts, animations and image effects, simplifying a user's workflow and making the process of creating professional output less time consuming. With just a few clicks users can preview a style and apply it to any slide in their show. New Styles in the Volume 3 StylePack include: Cast Away, Old Rotary Viewer, Mirror Mask and Photo Mobile. Each style comes in both 16:9 (for high-definition widescreen) and 4:3 (standard definition) aspect ratios and can be customized to a user's liking.
A sample video featuring each Style in Volume 3 can be seen on the Photodex website at www.photodex.com/products/styles/v3
Pricing and Availability
ProShow StylePack Volume 3 is available now for $19.95 from www.photodex.com or by calling 1-800-37-PHOTO. (1-800-377-4686) The ProShow StylePack Volume 3 requires ProShow Producer 4.0 or higher .
About Photodex Corporation
Founded in 1987, Photodex Corporation is a leading publisher of software for working with digital content. Photodex creates innovative products that enable users to create compelling slide show presentations with photos, video and audio, and to manage their digital files. Photodex's user-friendly, affordable software offers power, speed, and simplicity for millions of computer users worldwide.
Photodex and ProShow are registered trademarks of Photodex Corporation.
(First posted on Wednesday, November 4, 2009 at 16:10 EST)