KWorship

KWorship

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KWorship - Open Source Presentation Software



Free/Open Source church worship & presentation software.


KWorship is intended to become a fully featured church worship display manager that works well on Linux in particular. In my experience, other similar open source programs lack many of the features which I want, so I am writing KWorship to satisfy my itches as well as to get some experience with Qt/KDE programming.



Because KWorship is still under development you cannot download binaries from here. The source code is available below if you want to build it yourself.



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  • KWorship is designed to be as modular as possible so that it can be extended easily to integrate with new programs and libraries. For example it has an abstract presentation API to integrate with slide-show programs such as OpenOffice.org's Impress and KOffice's KPresenter. It also has a bible manager API to integrate with bible data sources such as SWORD and BibleGateway.com.

    Main Features

    • Free/open source software (GPL)
    • Cross platform (Linux, Mac, Windows)
      Only tried on Linux so far but written to be portable
    • Integration with presentation software (OpenOffice.org Impress, MS Powerpoint, KPresenter1, KPresenter2)
      KPresenter1, KPresenter2 and OpenOffice.org 2 integration is in progress
    • Lyric display
    • Support multiple screens
    • Live preview of display
    • SWORD and BibleGateway.com bible integration
    • Audio/Video playback and video backgrounds
      It can currently display pictures and play video files (including flash videos).
    • Nice font effects such as outlines and shadows so lyrics stand out on pretty backgrounds.

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