Our last article covered our adventures with Microsoft Powerpoint for serving media in a show context. Powerpoint enjoys a cue-based interface that lends itself to show operations, and its compatibility with most popular file formats makes it a compelling choice as well. Where Powerpoint begins to fall short is in productions that demand more than one projector, split projection surfaces, or multiple monitors. It quickly becomes cumbersome to try running multiple, simultaneous Powerpoint ...

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