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MediaShout 6 User Guide

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Getting Started

This section will give you all the information you need on how to install MediaShout and be up and running quickly.

Installation and Setup

User Interface

This section will cover all the details of the user interface, so that you can configure MediaShout 6 to your liking.

Control Screen Ribbon (Basics) Ribbon (Advanced) Settings Dialog

Scripts and Cues

Trying to figure out how to setup that presentation? This section gives you all the finer points of building your presentation.

Scripts Cues Inline Editor Cue Templates

Working with Media in a Cue

In this section, you learn all about inserting and editing lyrics, scripture, images, videos, audio, and so much more!

Lyrics Lyric Library Bibles Elements Text Objects


Inline Editor

Inline Editor

In MediaShout 6, the Cue Editor has been replaced by the Inline Editor, which is located in the middle of the Control Screen.  

When a cue is selected in the Script Area, the first page appears in the Inline Editor. To edit a different page in that cue, select it in the Pages Area and it will display in the Inline Editor.

 

Tips

 

  • To edit the Stage screen, click Edit Stage located just below the Inline Editor. 
    • While in Edit Stage view, you can click any cue to edit its stage view. 
    • On the Home tab in the Stage Options group, select Mirror Main to set stage to mirror what is playing on the main screen. To change the default setting, on the Settings tab in the Control Screen group, select Stage Mirrors Main by default.
    • Click Edit Main to exit Edit Stage mode.
  • To fire the page displayed in the Inline Editor, click the Play button just below the Inline Editor
  • Information about the selected cue is displayed at the bottom of the Inline Editor (such as the cue number, cue title, and in the case of lyrics, the verse number or chorus).
  • Use tools located on the Home tab to format text and other objects. 

How to use the Inline Editor to create and format cues is covered in-depth in the Inline Editor topics.

 

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