Make Sure the Message Hits the Screen Right
I absolutely hate it when I see something (that usually I’ve produced) hit the screen with typos and otherwise incorrect. I can’t seem to concentrate on anything else and anxiously wait for time to advance to the next slide.
One of our ProPresenter Operator’s responsibilities before the service each week is to put the sermon up on the screen and go through it slide by slide checking for typos and general readability. Even though I proof it beforehand, that second set of eyes is important. Also anytime we start a new series, I’m never quite sure how readable the text is going to be until we throw it up there in the sanctuary.
Church Tech Today has a good article on some tips to make sure the sermon and other presentations are correct and effective before they make it to the big screen.