iWorship MPEG Video Library: Volumes K - N, DVD-ROMIntegrity Music / DVD$79.99 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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DarrylSilver Lake, KsAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5We now have A thru N. We love it.May 13, 2011DarrylSilver Lake, KsAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3All except the SPLIT feature ---only a small handfull have the SPLIT with VOICE.. most are silent or part silent on the Voice side. I feel a true split would have MUSIC on one side and VOICE on the other so you could PAN to what you need.... WE love the music and will continue using and buying more as it comes out. We did drag and drop iWorship into SundayPlus. We replaced our xp with windows 7 and now have to use Power Point in sunday Plus---not happy-??? We have a small band and are going to use the split on some songs.....maybe. God Bless Your Ministry of Worship Music. Darryl - Lakeside Baptist Church
Philana Crouch5 Stars Out Of 5August 1, 2009Philana CrouchOur church just bought these DVD's. We used them for the first time this week and loved them. I put together our worship presentations. This week we had no musicians and so I got these. I just plugged them into the right spots on Keynote. It worked really well. Our members enjoyed both the music and videos. The videos of nature scenes often have an artistic filter, but it adds visual interest. We plan on getting the other sets!
Daniel Roysden1 Stars Out Of 5May 2, 2008Daniel RoysdenI was hoping for an improvement in the video quality of the presentations, I was sadly disappointed. The audio portion is good quality, but the videos are poor quality, used snippets of previous videos in the series, and often produce visual confusion rather than enhance the worship experience. I would rather develop my own videos or slide shows than use what Integrity has thrown together from someone's Hawaiian vacation footage. Some of the videos are sincerely horrible and make no sense at all, almost like watching acid trip videos and art from the 60s and 70s. I should have spent my money on quality tracks and, as I said before, used my own slideshows or videos.
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