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Posts from the ‘Projected Lyrics’ Category

12
Feb
Worship_Media_Handbook

Resources for Your Media Presentation Personnel

In looking at what is shown on screens in churches around NC, I see lots of great stuff. Unfortunately, I see a lot of really bad stuff as well. I am very excited about a new resource that can tremendously help our media teams to create excellent presentations for our worship services. Read more »

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11
Apr
Screen

What Size Screen Do You Need in Worship?

I have been working with my home church in a video installation project. We have had a number of “experts” come to make proposals. I have been amazed at the seeming lack of understanding as to the needs of churches in video projection and the lack of knowledge of appropriate sizes of screens for a given space among A/V “professionals.” Hence, I have spent much time researching the issue to determine the ideal and minimum sizes of screens for use in worship.

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8
Dec
PPT Animations

Improving Your Projected Song Lyrics – Part 3

In the last two posts on improving your projected song lyrics (part one; part two), I dealt with many design issues. Today, we will look at the operation of the slide show.

Timing of the Slides

It is of utmost importance for the person running the presentation to always be very aware of what is happening in worship. When it comes to displaying lyrics, it is crucial that the slides are changed BEFORE the words are to be sung. Read more »

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23
Nov
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Improving Your Projected Song Lyrics – Part 2

Displaying song lyrics in worship with excellence is an often overlooked area of preparation, yet one that can really enhance our worship times. Conversely, poor slide production and operation of the lyric display can greatly hamper worship.

Today, I will continue the series (check out part one here) as we look at some additional considerations. Read more »

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26
Oct
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Improving Your Projected Song Lyrics – Part 1

Displaying song lyrics in worship with excellence is an often overlooked area of preparation, yet one that can really enhance our worship times. Conversely, poor slide production and operation of the lyric display can greatly hamper worship. (If your church does not use video in worship, start with a previous post, Got Video?)

In the next few weeks, we will look at various components of slide production and operation. These principles will be applicable whether you use PowerPoint or one of the worship presentation software packages such as EasyWorship, MediaShout, ProPresenter, Open LP or SongShow Plus.

This post will address the font size, font type, and line spacing. Read more »

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