What’s new in ProPresenter 7.4?

What's new in ProPresenter 7.4?

Renewed Vision changed their business model with the introduction of ProPresenter 7. This change allows them to keep adding features, instead of saving them up for updates every few years. As a result, since Pro7 was introduced in January 2020, they’ve released four major updates. Pro7.4 is no exception. Today,…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to make builds the old fashioned way

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to make builds the old fashioned way

Want to learn a trick so that you can show builds in alternate themes (in addition to the main one) or have BOTH a fill-in-the-blank AND a bulleted list build at the same time? Click above to watch the video and learn how.

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ProPresenter 7 tutorial: How to use the Props and Messages layer

ProPresenter 7 tutorial: How to use the Props and Messages layer

Imagine that you’d like to add a lower third with your church URL, but only on your live-stream. Maybe you want to show a number so that parents can know their kid needs them. Here’s the problem though, it needs to stay up for a while, no matter what slide…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to use Actions (formerly Cues)

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: How to use Actions (formerly Cues)

Actions are a powerful feature in Pro7 that allow you to do all sorts of things just by clicking on a slide. So, if you need to send a midi note, start and audio or media playlist, clear a layer, change the Look, change the stage display, or a handful…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Three ways to use timers and countdowns in ProPresenter 7

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Three ways to use timers and countdowns in ProPresenter 7

If you’ve used ProPresenter before, you might think you know how to use countdowns, but with the introduction of Pro7, Renewed Vision added to what they could do before. Click to watch the video above to see for yourself.

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How to use Resi with ProPresenter 7.3

How to use Resi with ProPresenter 7.3

When ProPresenter 7.3 was released, the BIG announcement was integration with Resi (Resi.io). Resi is a live-streaming host that uses an alternative method to traditional RTMP. As a result, it eliminates buffering and the effects network congestion for a beautiful, uninterrupted live-streaming experience. Before, you needed to use a hardware…

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What’s new in ProPresenter 7.3?

What's new in ProPresenter 7.3?

Sometimes, I hear people complaining about ProPresenter+. With the release of Pro7, Renewed Vision added a subscription that enables them to constantly improve ProPresenter, not just release a new version every few years. Let’s contrast Pro6, which was feature complete on release, but added a couple of minor things (lined…

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ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Making a Picture In Picture (PIP) of the main screen for live-streaming

ProPresenter 7 Tutorial: Making a Picture In Picture (PIP) of the main screen for live-streaming

What if a lower third or full screen isn’t right for your live-stream? How can you make a Picture-in-picture (PIP) and live-stream that in ProPresenter 7? Well, to get the flexibility you probably want, you need to think outside the box. How “outside the box”? Try live-streaming a stage screen,…

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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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