Posts Tagged ‘easyworship 2011’

If you notice the global settings for song lyrics and scripture do not work on all backgrounds. There is a way to override global settings for each background. This is very easy to do and makes life better for anyone creating a schedule.

Here are two other tutorials that complement this one.
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In this lesson I will show you how I set the global parameters for font type, spacing, margins and position for lyrics and scripture. This is important when you want to provide room for motion background elements or showing the worship band through a live camera feed and presenting lyrics at the bottom half of the screen.
Also nice for sermons when you have a live feed of the pastor and want to reference scripture on the output without blocking the person.

Hope you enjoy it. If you want more tutorials you can get them here: http://wmp.me/iRTGbQ
To get all our backgrounds we use for the tutorials free check out the bundle offer here: http://wmp.me/kog0Yn

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Build your own high end EasyWorship system for under $900.

Building your own EasyWorship system is not only inexpensive but simple if you know all the components to purchase. This system listed below is the complete hardware build list for a high end computer system. This is one of my most recent builds for EasyWorship presentation. I hope this blesses you and your Ministry.

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Learn how to install K-lite Codec on Windows 7, XP and Vista operating systems. Use K-Lite Codec to play .mov and .mp4 H.264 videos in EasyWorship 2009. Playing H.264 encoding allows you to have high quality HD playback and great for mini-movies. The links you will need are:

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In this lesson you will learn how to configure your foldback display. We use the Matrox DualHead2Go graphics expansion module to create the foldback display.

 

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Learn how to create clips from a DVD and play in your EasyWorship schedule. Create mulitiple clips from one DVD. Play mini-movies or pieces of a motion picture film without fast forwarding to a scene manually. You can setup the clip ahead of time and play on demand during service. Check out the video on how to do this.

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