Switch to full style
Discuss which third party applications you use to help create your slide shows using ProShow Gold. This is not a forum to promote other slide show software programs.
Post a reply

Typewriter 2.0 Download

Tue Jan 19, 2010 7:59 am

This was posted in the PS Producer section also.

It's been a while in coming, but Typewriter 2.0 is available for download from my web site:


Thanks to all who sent me suggestions on how to make the program better. I've done my best to incorporate as many suggestions as practical in coming up with Typewriter 2.0

To see what Typewriter 2.0 does now, go here (and please watch and read carefully):

YouTube Version:


Photodex Sharing Site:

http://www.photodex.com/sharing/viewsho ... 0985&alb=0

I hope you find the program helpful.

Re: Typewriter 2.0 Download

Tue Jan 19, 2010 8:36 am

You've got the Selectric Ball head going and everything. This is way cool. :D :D
Thanks Dave!

Re: Typewriter 2.0 Download

Tue Jan 19, 2010 9:49 am

This is very clever - don't delay, download it!

Des Thomas

Re: Typewriter 2.0 Download

Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:19 am

I downloaded your Typewriter 2.0 and it is a neat little additon in deed, however, I created 2 TEST files and each one contained a regular photo background and my typed message contained less then 50 letters. When I created the output AVI file the file produced was 810MB!!! That is 10 times bigger then a normal Proshow slideshow that runs for 10 minutes. The second test file contained 20 letters and the output file was 750 MB. Sorry but the file size sounds way too large for something so simple and if i added just 1 of those effects to my slideshow it will take 6 hours just to upload to Youtube. Why is the file so large and any way to compress it like about down to something workable?

Re: Typewriter 2.0 Download

Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:24 am

Please read the the section in the help file about AVIs and compression. ProShow will compress those AVIs to a much smaller size, whether I did or not. I'm simply avoiding a double lossey compression process.
Post a reply