When I first got my Mac, I was blown away by the ease-of-use of the iLife suite of apps, especially iPhoto. iPhoto makes it easy to capture your photos from your camera, organize them, and edit them for sharing with the world. But, as my skill with photography and editing has elevated, I’ve found iPhoto to be too limiting. After evaluating a couple of solutions and decided that Adobe’s LightRoom is the next step for me. However, there is a catch – I have all my photos in iPhoto, which stores my photos in a proprietary database, making it a challenge to use my photos elsewhere. Read how I addressed this after the break.
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Did you know that you can expand you ProPresenter 4 looping backgrounds library without purchasing or downloading any additional media? Well you can, easily octupling your library (or more)! In this video tutorial for ProPresenter 4, I show you how to do just that. Catch it after the break.
I’ve noticed a few search queries here at GeekRev about using the Bible Feature in ProPresenter 4. To be honest, we really never use that feature. In our work-flow, I create sermon slides while I am writing the sermon (PowerPoint) and drop them in our Dropbox for the tech team to import into ProPresenter 4. But, it’s really not that hard to use the built-in Bible solution, and in fact it’s pretty cool. I’ll cover the feature after the break. Continue Reading…