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SongShowPlus

SongShowPlus 7

Experience the worship presentation evolution! Seamless presentation of songs lyrics, scripture text, sermon notes, announcements digital pictures, videos files, live video and more.

Get past the hype and discover the most comprehensive worship presentation program available.

Starting at only $329. Click here to see options.

Includes over $200 of free media! Click here to see included free media from Midnight Oil.

FREE BUNDLED MEDIA

ONLY AT MIDNIGHT OIL PRODUCTIONS! Get over $200 worth of free media when you buy this software program! Click here to learn more.

NEW FEATURES FOR SONGSHOWPLUS VERSION 7:

  • Improved User Interface with customizable colors and multiple layouts
  • Step-by-step tutorials with pictures
  • New and improved User Guide
  • Real-time Image Processing (RipFX)
  • Video Chains
  • Background Improv
  • Audio Playback
  • 3 new Motion Backgrounds
  • All updated Motion Backgrounds
  • Simplified unlock mechanism

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Windows XP Professional, 32-bit
3.0 Ghz CPU
1 GB RAM
Dual head video card supporting 32-bit color resolution

Click here to download a demo version.

2 Comments so far »

  1. Michael Edlin said,

    Wrote on March 25, 2009 @ 3:26 pm

    I could use some pros and cons help here. I used SongShowPlus a number of years ago for a short time, but I and my media team have been SundyPlus users for a while now. There are a few things about SundayPlus that made me decide to look into switching, so I was getting ready to order Media Shout, especially now that version 4 is out. However, I got this notice today that SongShowPlus 7 is out, and also with the $200 Midnight Oil bonus stuff. The demo looks good, but now I don’t know which way to go. Can you give any advice?

  2. The MO Guys said,

    Wrote on March 25, 2009 @ 7:37 pm

    Michael,

    Here is a review we did in 2007 of all of the major software programs. The article is a little dated now, but the info is largely still good.

    http://www.midnightoilproductions.com/reading/how-to/softwarereview/

    Hopefully that will help some. You may also consider going to the manufacturer websites and downloading their trial versions to get a feel for the various interfaces.

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