I've been using SmartShow Standard and have been really impressed with its ease of use, particularly with the choice of 20 or so templates available to start off a new project. Brilliant.This prompted me to splash out and pay for the SmartShow3D upgraded version to get more features.
Hi TeeGee, if I get it right, you mean the slideshow wizard where Slideshow Templates are complete slideshow projects, with preset speed, effects and themes.There is a 3-step wizard in SmartSHOW, but there is no wizard in the current version of SmartSHOW 3D. These are two different programs. SmartSHOW 3D is not really an upgrade for SmartSHOW, it's more like a professional version of SmartSHOW. Basically, SmartSHOW is aimed at novice users, and they appreciate the 3-step wizard, and SmartSHOW 3D is usually chosen by users with more experience who prefer to make their own projects from scratch. Anyway, we're planning to add a wizard in SmartSHOW 3D soon as well.
The most confusing thing of all is that your last comment is trying to justify not having a wizard in SmartSHOW 3D, yet stating that you are going to put one in!!!!Hopefully when it does reappear, there will be as many templates as in SmartSHOW, and they will be free, unlike the professionally designed ones which you currently offer for purchase.
Regarding the upgrade issue: SmartSHOW and SmartSHOW 3D are two different products, both technically and in marketing terms. That is, SmartSHOW 3D is not one of SmartSHOW versions. However, we do offer SmartSHOW 3D at a special price to the owners of SmartSHOW - you can call it \"upgrade\" in this respect.
That was the point of my original comment. I started with the basic Smartshow (which has the 3 options I mentioned earlier), and because I liked the program I decided to buy the upgrade, Smartshow 3D, only to discover that it only has the 2 options!There were about 20 full slideshow templates in Smartshow, which meant that you could create a good-looking show in no time at all. 1e1e36bf2d