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  • Re: PowerPoint and Keynote integration: what do you want?

    What I want out of Proclaim - or the Presentation software I use - is to be able to pull together all the different multimedia requirements of a service into one package - video, slides, songs, audio... I only want to have one program open on a Sunday morning, not have to flick back and forth between many programs. I don't really see it as content creation
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Tim on Thu, Nov 10 2011
  • Re: upload multiple images...

    I agree too, along with background uploading of files. I'm currently adding a video and its taking ages to encode. While that's happening I can't use Proclaim. Without this I won't be able to use Proclaim on a regular basis even if it continued being free!
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Tim on Fri, Nov 4 2011
  • Re: upload multiple images

    I agree. Without this and background uploading its too painful to use. To be usable on a weekly basis Proclaim needs to: Be able to upload multiple files Background uploading (and encoding for videos) Drag and drop files straight from Finder or Explorer into Proclaim like uploading to YouTube (not essential, but would be nice)
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Tim on Fri, Nov 4 2011
  • Re: PowerPoint and Keynote integration: what do you want?

    I'd prefer to use option 3. Option 1 is pretty much already availble in Proclaim (it just needs multiple picture uploads to make it less painful). We are currently moving from a PC to a Mac and have both setup. On the PC we use EasyWorship and that shells out to PowerPoint with some lag issues on getting the first slide up (after that it goes fine,
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Tim on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • Re: Bible Knowledge Commentary: Where is It?

    Kindle also pulled a book at the request of the publisher that people had paid for. It just disappeared from their Kindle. This is theft. If you bought a physical book at Barnes and Noble and later the publisher decided there was a breach of contract or some other problem with the book, no court in the country would allow them to go to your house and
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Brent Little on Thu, Aug 19 2010
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