How to use the theme editor in ProPresenter 7

How to use the theme editor in ProPresenter 7

In ProPresenter 4, 5, and 6, collections of fonts, colors, etc. that could be applied to several slides, presentations, etc. at once were called templates. In Pro7, they’re called themes. Themes automate a lot of the work of making presentations look good, but how can you make them and edit…

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How to send the output of ProPresenter 7 into Mimo Live

How to send the output of ProPresenter 7 into Mimo Live

Do you use MimoLive for live-streaming? Would you like to use ProPresenter 7 to overlay lyrics, scripture, sermon notes, and the like onto live video with it? Watch the tutorial above and learn how to do just that.

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How to use ProPresenter 7 for Live streaming (webinar replay)

How to use ProPresenter 7 for Live streaming (webinar replay)

ProPresenter 7.1 and following have native live-streaming, but from the beginning, Pro7 could send video out via NDI or Syphon (Mac only). In this training, I show you how to live-stream with third-party software encoders using this functionality. One important thing to note is that if you don’t have the…

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Luma, Chroma, and Alpha: The differences between 3 types of keys (with ProPresenter 7)

Luma, Chroma, and Alpha: The differences between 3 types of keys (with ProPresenter 7)

If you want to key text (or anything else) where you remove part of the image/video and show the video underneath, there are three ways to do it. Each has its benefits and challenges. First, there’s luma (or luminance) keying. This is the simplest way to key. You have two…

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How to use ProPresenter 7 with SlingStudio

How to use ProPresenter 7 with SlingStudio

If you have a sling studio (https://amzn.to/2R9O3t2 –affiliate link) and want to add graphics live, there’s no better way than with ProPresenter 7. You just need to know a couple of things to make it work. Check out this tutorial for more information.

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: UI and Adding displays

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: UI and Adding displays

When you first get Pro7 installed, you need to set up displays to make sure that it shows correctly. This is different than it was in Pro6. So, in this tutorial I tell you how to add audience and stage screens. I also show you around Pro7 and address a…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to tile and span backgrounds with a Matrox DualHead2Go or TripleHead2Go

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to tile and span backgrounds with a Matrox DualHead2Go or TripleHead2Go

In Pro6, the multiscreen module let you either span or tile backgrounds with a single check box. In Pro7, the checkbox is missing. So, how do you do it? Watch the video to find out.

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Using a Matrox DH2Go or Th2Go

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Using a Matrox DH2Go or Th2Go

In Pro6, you needed either the Matrox DualHead2Go or TripleHead2Go to use multiscreen module, but you couldn’t use one of the outputs for stage display. In this tutorial, I show you how to use a DH2Go and use each output for different things. Just click the video above to find…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Slide loops and Calendar (formerly Scheduler)

How to use calendar

If you wanted to start a slide loop at a certain time (like 20 minutes before church, for example). How would you do it? Watch this tutorial to find out how to make a slide loop and how to use Calendar to start it automatically.

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Working with Video

Pro7 tutorial: Working with video

In ProPresenter 7, there are a variety of places where you might work with video and place video into your presentations. Most people start by thinking of foregrounds and backgrounds. Foreground videos, normally used to play video clips, might look to the casual eye just like background videos when played…

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