Description: "Let Freedom Ring" is a short typography video using the last part of Martin Luther King, Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech. Delivered on August 29, 1963, his dream was to end the racism in the U.S. that separated us from going together, putting aside our differences and joining hands in moving America and our nation forward.
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What format is best for me?
As a general rule:
MPEG-1 is best for those using a Windows computer
Quicktime is best for those using a Mac
480p refers to Standard Definition (if your screen is more square than wide)
720p refers to High Definition (or if you're projecting in wide screen)
What format is best for my software?
Windows Media Player: MPEG-1
MediaShout 4.5 (or higher): Quicktime or MPEG-1
MediaShout (older than 4.5): MPEG-1
What is the Web License?
We're aware that churches are using videos in a number of settings, including the web, so we've added a Web License upgrade on select products to give you more freedom in how you share the video with your congregation. The web license includes our standard license (public performance in a single setting), as well as a couple of additional features:
The Web License allows you to:
The Web License DOES NOT allow you to: