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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, questions on: Environmental projection, slide shows, and morphing mug shots
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HerosCentral on Google+
Can pro Presenter project 2 projectors in an Environmental Projection setup???
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Pastor Jonathan Soto via Email
God bless you Paul,
blessed by your ministry and your encouragement in all your training videos. But we have a anniversary next sunday night, and we are not that familiar with Pro Presenter period. We just got it like a month and a half a go, we were thinking of doing like a slide show of the church but is it to much work to do one on pro presenter or should we just do it on Apple Keynote. The only problem I thought was the transition from the songs on Pro Presenter and then logging off and then seeing the apple tv screen and then someone jumping on keynote it’ll be awkward with a full church .. please help, don’t know what to do and it’d be nice if we can get this presentation up and running.. could you help us..
Here’s how to make a slideshow in Photos
Darrell Jordan via email
Hey man. If I have 5 mug shots, do you know a way I can morph them from one
to another? For example, I have a mug shot of one of my boys from grades 1
through 5. For a video project later this year i want to morph the photos
from year to year. Did that make any sense at all?
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