ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to use Companion and Streamdeck with Pro7

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to use Companion and Streamdeck with Pro7

Imagine that you need to do several things at once or repeat certain actions that would be much simpler if you had a single button that ran a macro for you. You probably think that programming such a thing would be hard, but you’d be wrong. With Companion from Bitfocus.io,…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to Route audio to two different destinations

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to Route audio to two different destinations

Imagine that you need to send different sound from the ProPresenter computer for both the congregation in the sanctuary and for TVs in the lobby. Not a problem…until you find out that the audio for the lobby needs to play music while you do a runthrough, including playing videos, in…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Transitions in Pro7 (and something that’s different than in Pro6)

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Transitions in Pro7 (and something that's different than in Pro6)

ProPresenter is very powerful. Part of the reason why is that each layer can independently be changed. Further, the transition between items on a layer can be changed on a per item basis as well. Sometimes new users get confused as to which transition does what and don’t think it’s…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: The Basics of Using Layers

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: The Basics of Using Layers

The thing that makes ProPresenter so powerful is layers. The thing that people find the most confusing is also layers. In ProPresenter 7, there are multiple layers including the background color, live video, media, slides, announcement, prop/messages, masks, and audio layers. Watch the video above and find out what layers…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to change the layer or behavior of a media file

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to change the layer or behavior of a media file

Oops. When you brought in your new background, you brought it in as a foreground by mistake and now it’s not acting like you expect it to. You click on another slide and it stops and disappears. Or maybe you did the opposite. You thought you had a foreground but…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to route audio from inspector to another audio output

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to route audio from inspector to another audio output

Frantically, someone runs in way too late to give you a video file that you agree to play. They tell you the catch though. It’s too long and it needs to start after a certain word. There’s no getting around it, you need to hear what is said in order…

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ProPresenter 7 Hack: How to fill a textbox with video that loops

ProPresenter 7 Hack: How to fill a textbox with video that loops

ProPresenter 7 added the ability to fill a textbox with colors or media. That’s pretty cool, but there’s a problem. If you choose to fill the text box with video, it will restart every time you select a new slide. I’m sure this is something that RV will fix eventually,…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to Send Different Background Colors to Different Screens

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to Send Different Background Colors to Different Screens

Pro7 has so many improvements over ProPresenter 6. Here’s one I didn’t expect and found by accident: Each screen can have its own background color…or none at all. Want to know how and why you’d do that? Watch the video above.

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ProPresenter 7 tutorial: How to move themes from one computer to another

ProPresenter 7 tutorial: How to move themes from one computer to another

Whether you’re starting with a new computer that needs themes moved from another, or you just want to copy a theme made on one computer so that it’s available to other ministries, you need to know how to move themes. The good news it’s not that hard, if you know…

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Where did Apply to all go in ProPresenter 7?

Where did Apply to all go in ProPresenter 7?

When ProPresenter 7 first launched, there were some things missing. They fall into the categories of: things that weren’t back YET, things that are gone forever, and things that may or may not come back. Happily, the “Apply to all” button just wasn’t back YET, back then. Now, it’s back,…

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