I like that Media Shout gives you all the Bible versions included in the cost of the software. Because we have not received calls on this issue, we are curious if it was an issue outside of MediaShout. Backup or restore your songbooks, Bibles, images, video loops within VideoPsalm. Vendor Response by Wordsmith on June 11, 2018 Dear Christopher, Thank you for this review! I've learned most of the tricks, bugs and shortcuts to the older 4. With the goal to provide insight into a variety of topics including social media, websites, worship, media, mobile, and software, ChurchTechToday aims to shed light on how church technology can empower and position churches for impact and growth. The Inline Editor lets users edit Cues without opening a new box. I also have a dark background template and a light background template.
Any level from beginner to advanced will have no trouble using this product. It is capable of displaying all forms of media we use. They had to search for multimedia to use as backgrounds or work with the ugly PowerPoint templates provided by Microsoft. Not quite the same, but here is something I needed recently and maybe it will help someone else or there is an easier way to do it. We've found MediaShout to be a very stable program among church presentation software. Open the folder where your files are on the Mac or Window hard drive and drag them to the Script section.
Both are free but make sure you do a backup before deleting anything with Spybot. It's a great product with a great company behind it and an excellent value. He is passionate about digital Bible study and enjoys helping others delve into God's Word using tech tools. This is an automated service, no client touches this. It's installed as a service on windows and run at an interval. Worker thread Creating a worker thread to handle the long-running work is probably your best bet to keep your program responsive while it's doing all the dirty work.
Overall: I used multiple versions of this software for about three years. This is really the main reason that we chose MediaShout above the others. Pros: Mediashout visually enriches our Sunday morning worship experience. My first reaction was quite negative, until I watched the on their support page. In Pro Presenter it is just outline, I usually go with a 8 or 10pt on ProPresenter and about 25% on Power Point.
MediaShout 6 is used to display song lyrics, scripture, and media to the screens for worship services and gatherings. Cons: With occasional 3rd party updates, I have had to unexpectedly had to contact their excellent customer service to discover temporary work-arounds to allow Media Shout to continue to work well until their patch is completed always in a timely manner, but never quick enough for that Sunday morning. The site offers 30,000 products including sermon videos and worship loops from over 2,000 filmmakers, giving churches a wealth of media to spice up their message. Overall: I want to remain on 4. The person who takes over for me when I'm gone called me a little bit ago and said MediaShout stopped recognizing our projectors the primary monitor was the only thing it recognized. I could explain to someone else how to use it in minutes.
I'm assuming by now with all the talks on threads that my program actually completes the call before doing the next one, as it is all in the main thread and there are no separate worker threads for this. There's also some overall clunky things in the newer version with editing songs and text cues and how it reformats when you try to repaginate things to your liking. Customer Service is excellent and their training sessions is extremely helpful. It will convert them to simple stills and insert them into a cue for you. It handles display settings and what shows up in the Viewer section of MediaShout.
Unfortunately, I had to work today, and of course MediaShout decides to freak out while I'm gone. Hi Chris — I was wondering if ProPresenter had any plans to fully incorporate importing Keynote and PowerPoint presentations — including all transitions and videos — it seems that instead of making each transition a seperate still, if each transition was in fact made a seperate video it could capture all transition movements, whether they were dissolves, fades, wipes, flying in, animations, etc. Then select the drop down box next to Color Scheme in the upper part of the screen. Pros: Ease of dropping all formats of files into a presentation and it all works. Most of all, I love the wide selection of Bible translations that are available without the need of having to purchase a separate license for each translation. Many of the issues appear to be related to computer hardware, but unfortunately our senior tech hasn't had an opportunity to look at it with them.
How can I project only what I put up in the output window? Notice that you can toggle these two modes with the buttons at the bottom of Script window. We couldn't do that before. There is a section in there that will allow you to disable startup items. One way to make it better is to drag the divider between the Script section and the Inline Editor towards the left. Being able to open multiple presentations is a useful new feature.
Instead, with your tech support it went so smoothly. Then add it to the list and Insert. Change these under the Settings tab in the Ribbon. Overall: I loved using it and found it super fun and easy. Pros: You can do most things under the one computer. He serves High Peak Baptist Church as pastor. In Pro5 for the mac, you can do transparent video.