ProPresenter
ProPresenter
6.5.3

5.0

ProPresenter free download for Mac

ProPresenter

6.5.3
06 December 2019

Presentation system that utilizes two screens.

Overview

ProPresenter is a presentation system that utilizes two screens, allowing users to quickly and easily present slides on one screen while controlling the presentation with another screen.

Our program allows an operator to click on a slide in our "Control Panel", at which point the projector screen immediately transitions to the new slide.

What's more, the program supports QuickTime, and can synch slides with an audio track for canned music presentations. ProPresenter also allows you to change your backgrounds dynamically and, of course, you can integrate ProPresenter with your video production system to key the words over live or recorded video.

What's new in ProPresenter

Version 6.5.3:
Fixed:
  • Module settings being reset after relaunch
  • Modules not registering when offline
  • Password prompt incorrectly appearing for some users on every launch

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7 ProPresenter Reviews

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Macmaxpr
12 October 2012

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One of the best for Mac. At our church we actually use MediaShout on the PC side and the LIVE feed is produced with BoinxTV with a Mac. MediaShout is indeed very powerful and fills all of our presentation needs... and we receive Powerpoint, videos and what not 10 minutes before the service starts. MediaShout does have a Mac version but I have not used it yet. It is different from the PC version. From the presentation packages I tested for Mac, ProPresenter seemed to be the most complete. The price, even as high as it is, does compete well. Hopefully a one time investment for 6-8 years. I would use a demo version first, of course.
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Version 5.1.1
Macmaxpr
12 October 2012
One of the best for Mac. At our church we actually use MediaShout on the PC side and the LIVE feed is produced with BoinxTV with a Mac. MediaShout is indeed very powerful and fills all of our presentation needs... and we receive Powerpoint, videos and what not 10 minutes before the service starts. MediaShout does have a Mac version but I have not used it yet. It is different from the PC version. From the presentation packages I tested for Mac, ProPresenter seemed to be the most complete. The price, even as high as it is, does compete well. Hopefully a one time investment for 6-8 years. I would use a demo version first, of course.
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Version 5.1.1
Utrunn
05 May 2010
My church uses this software and, being on the "tech team", I use it every couple of Sundays. The ability to change words on-the-fly and also not have to apply backgrounds to slides is amazing. As previously mentioned, the price is very steep. Not all churches have that kind of money to spend. The features this program has are awesome but for me the interface does not integrate with the whole Mac environment very well... Still, I'd recommend this to any church for Sunday worship.
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Version 4.0.9
Kalunlau
22 August 2008
This is the best worship software out there, but the price is a bit too steep. Unless the price comes down, this will be out of reach for many churches.
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Version 3.4.1
2 answer(s)
Lexicon5
Lexicon5
02 October 2008
The price is in line with all other apps of this type. If the church can afford a large screen projector, they can surely afford this app. Check out LiveWorship...interface is easier to learn....
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Version 3.4.3
Utrunn
Utrunn
05 May 2010
Just because a church can afford a projector doesn't mean it's rich. My church uses a projector from years ago since we can't get a new one. It's a miracle we could get ProPresenter.
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Version 4.0.9
Mistersquid
21 August 2008
The price for this software is unholy.
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Version 3.4.1
1 answer(s)
Kalunlau
Kalunlau
22 August 2008
This is the best worship software out there, but the price is a bit too steep. Unless the price comes down, this will be out of reach for many churches.
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Version 3.4.1
MADSCI3NCE
29 February 2008
I was drafted into the AV position at my local church 'cause I'm a geek. Originally I was stuck with SundayPlus on a PC. Finally switched to a Mac & ProPresenter. I am a VERY happy camper now! The program is simple to use but gives us the power to have the text display & background display controlled separately. It works great for our song service, announcements, & video clips. Not to mention the fact that it keeps getting better - for free! They added the DVD clip feature so we don't have to switch over to our old DVD/VCR input anymore. And version 3.3 now adds Live Video which I will be excited to test out. One of the primary reasons in switching to Mac & ProPresenter was to make it easier for 'non-geek' volunteers to run the AV system for services. Trying to teach someone on SundayPlus did not go well for us. (At one point we bought but didn't even attempt to teach MediaShout.) ProPresenter has the features we need on the best OS around. It is used in conjunction with Keynote (for sermon presentations) & WireTap Studio (to record sermons live as podcasts for our website). All apps play nicely together on a Core 2 Duo Intel iMac running OS 10.5.2. With ProPresenter I can stop worrying about the technical stuff and start getting creative. That's what Mac software is all about.
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Version 3.3
Anonymous
12 May 2005
Good app, but really needs improvement, with all respect, sir. For $400 I'd definitely expect a Cocoa application, and not these home-drawn controls that do not give feedback when clicking them. I'd also expect a better window-behaviour. It could be made much more convenient, if you had "one-click" and "Cocoa" in mind all the way through. (Won't give or take any stars, just giving my opinion)
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Version 2.6
Anonymous
22 March 2005
Apple's Keynote 2 also allows instant slide switching when using two screens, now, which one of the two does it easiest... Hervé S.
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Version 2.5
2 answer(s)
Brad Weston
Brad Weston
22 March 2005
Keynote does not do live switching of slides in the manner that ProPresenter does. Instead, you have to know which slide it is in the sequence. I'm not knocking Keynote... it is a fantastic application that works very well with ProPresenter, but it is not made for worship environments and is not conducive for on-the-fly production changes.
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Version 2.5
Utrunn
Utrunn
05 May 2010
I have to agree with Brad. I use Keynote for all of my presentations and it is very impressive with its animations but it's not made for songs. The worship leaders at my church change the order of verses frequently and in a fast-paced song ProPresenter makes it much easier, quicker, and seamless to change slides. Plus there's the ability to edit text during a presentation, use programs during the presentation, and one-click backgrounds (if no background is actually "on" the slide). Before we got ProPresenter we used Keynote and it's simply not meant for live songs. Keynote is for presentations and that's what it does best. Similarly, I'd never use ProPresenter for a presentation in school because it has virtually no animation effects and has little support for object-based slide editing.
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Version 4.0.9