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Breaking News: ProPresenter 5 Announcement

Information from sources close to the company have informed me that ProPresenter 5 will be announced this Saturday, October 1, 2011. Based on information that I may or may not have gleened from sources I can’t disclose, it appears to be a pretty significant update. 

ProPresenter 4 already sets the standard in live presentation software, and Pro5 is looking like it will build on that mountain. There may or may not be some really cool new features that I am really looking forward to writing about when I’m able to. 

Keep your eye on the Renewed Vision website Saturday, or follow @renewedvision on Twitter to hear about as soon as it’s released. 

More to come!

5 Comments

  1. andy@andrewc.info

    How long ago did Version 4 come out? I wonder if it will fix any of the oddities that occur on Windows. Just the little quirks that come with being on windows.

  2. andy@andrewc.info

    How long ago did Version 4 come out? I wonder if it will fix any of the oddities that occur on Windows. Just the little quirks that come with being on windows.

  3. mike@churchtecharts.org

    Version 4 was released in <s>January</s> February 2010 (see below). I know there was a long list of things they wanted to do in 4 but ran out of time. So they decided to get the big stuff out and upgrade it again. From what I hear, 5 will be out early next year.

    As for the Windows version, I have no intel on that. Sorry…
    mike

  4. mike@churchtecharts.org

    Version 4 was released in <s>January</s> February 2010 (see below). I know there was a long list of things they wanted to do in 4 but ran out of time. So they decided to get the big stuff out and upgrade it again. From what I hear, 5 will be out early next year.

    As for the Windows version, I have no intel on that. Sorry…
    mike

  5. RVSupport

    The Mac version was released in February 2010, with the windows version following in September 2010.

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