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Definitions or What's the Difference?
What is a PowerPoint Slide?
High Quality Themed Images which incorporate a title, scripture verse, and already created text box with appropriate font style and color already selected. Just click, insert your text and you're finished! All slides can be downloaded with or without title, verse, or text boxes. Typically there are two forms of slides: A Title Slide and a Content Slide. Churches add text or images to the content slides at various times in the worship service. Title slides help define the theme of the worship service. Pastor's have always named their sermons but rarely the entire worship service. Title slides are great introductions to worship conveying a theme for the day.
What is a Worship Video?
Traditional production video either in the form of a movie, documentary, narrated footage, or a video montage of related themes expressing a scriptural text. No content is added or needed.
What is a Motion BackGround?
A single image animated in order to loop over and over. Animation is typically slow moving so as not to distract. Typically churches place content over the animated background.
What is a Splash Screen?
An opening screen with a multimedia design to capture the user's attention for a short time and define the worship event or introduce the theme of the event. No content can be added.
What is a Count Down?
Count down slides provide an themed image with a clock imposed over the image counting down from 3:00 to 0:00. These count downs allow the congregation to know when an event is about to start.