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Projection Software


What you project can be exclusively "canned" or bought presentations such as Integrity's I-Worship. While these are often extremely well done, there will be a time that you will need to reflect the ongoing mission, ministry, and purpose of your local church by composing and projecting your own materials.


This is where projection software comes in. **Projection software most often brings to mind PowerPoint or MediaShout (EasyWorship,Worship-Him, SongShowPlus, etc.) and other titles that accomplish what these two do. But, projection software is more than this.


Before you show a slide, a video, or an integrated video/audio presentation, you will need to:









For, storyboarding, just get a sheet of paper and sketch out what you want to have in the order you need to have it.


Except for the projecting your final composition, you have some ready made tools as part of your operating system on both PC and MAC platforms. These include video capture/editing and importing snapshots through downloading digital camera files or scanning in photos. (This latter process, of course, would require a scanner.)

Another alternative you might have, depending upon the budget afforded to you, is to purchase special photo, video, and audio software (see General Software on this Site). Then make a list of the components you need. When the list is finished, start collecting, capturing, and then editing them.


**No endorsements implied. We do, however recommend that your worship tech team download and evaluate several with your particular needs in mind before you purchase and use this in worship.

Listed below are some areas of experience with which we may be able to help you as your question pertains to use of these technologies in ministry.


Dwight Stinnett
   Executive Minister
    Projection & PowerPoint
    PowerPoint Composition


Roland Sundberg
   Executive Administrator
     Database Questions


Cheryl Henson
   Area I
   Ministerial Recruitment
   Ministerial Cont. Ed.
      PowerPoint Compositions
      E-mail Newsletters
      Web Page


John Grisham
   Area II
      E-mail as Communication
      PowerPoint Composition


Richard Ricks
   (Tech Team Leader)
   Area III
   Multimedia & Projection
   Web Technologies


Randy McNeely
   Area IV
   Bivocational Ministry
   Costa Rica Partnership
     Using PowerPoint for Display
        during events


Muriel Johnson
   Area V
   Church Planting
    Using Video Chat
      VOIP (Telephone over       Internet)
      E-mail as Communication       Tool


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