EpicWorship is our FREE, Open-Source, High-Quality Church projection and presentation software. Simplicity is the focus of EpicWorship. It is designed to not bog you down with complex User Interfaces and what-not. You can access all the features of EpicWorship very intuitively.
EpicWorship was designed to follow the “Convention over Configuration” way of doing things. Meaning, it lets you easily and quickly achieve the results you would want most of the time without forcing you to configure a whole lot of stuff beforehand. This isn’t just a gimmick with marketing buzz-words, EpicWorship truly lives up to this.
If you’ve ever paid for expensive Church projection software but find out that it is SOOO complex you can only comfortably use 30% of its features, then EpicWorship is for you…and you pay nothing.
Hello Everyone! I built EpicWorship because I wanted features I couldn’t seem to find anywhere else . . . and because I could =).
As it stands, I have used Epic worship at my place of worship and it has proven itself time and time again.
It is my hope that with this tool, growing churches won’t have to choose between quality and budget when presenting the gospel.
Let’s work together to develop EpicWorship into something truly great. As it is Open-Source, I’m certain that others will join me too.
As of now, EpicWorship only supports MP4 videos encoded using H264 for the video stream and either MP3 or AAC for the audio stream.
Please try using a good video converter to convert your media files.
Also, if you are on Windows XP or Vista, be sure to download and install codecs that allow you to view H264 video.
First of all, Check the volume.
If you are using Windows, it has the ability to set sound volume per application, so it’s possible that EpicWorship was muted from there.
If that’s not the case, then Be sure the audio streams of what you are playing are encoded with either MP3 or AAC.
We’re adding more text-sizes to EpicWorship.
In the mean time, You can work-around the issue by reducing the screen size of your projector screen (e.g. change to 1024×768 instead of 1920×1080). This should scale out the text accordingly.
Also consider reducing the number of text per page as EpicWorship resizes all text to fit the screen.
Good looks often come with a price 😉
Most machines used for media projection should be buff.
However, here are some things to try out to improve performance:
If all else fails and it’s still too unbearable, just get a new computer :). Even a low-end machine today (2013) should be able to easily handle EpicWorship. Dual core or more recommended.
Be sure to CREATE an issue or feature request.
There’s a place for everyone to help: from coding, to release structuring, to testing, and (ESPECIALLY) Documentation so join up and lets build something great together!.
If you’re comfortable with Java/JavaFX and you’ve been looking for your next/first open source project, then look no further. Create a github account and SEND A REQUEST please!
For Students, hobbyists, or if you are new to programming, Getting involved in this project is a great way to learn the following:
If EpicWorship has blessed you and you would like to show support: