In ProPresenter 7, you can sync two or more computers over a local network through the local sync option. To access this, go to the sync tab of ProPresenter Preferences.
Before doing anything here, you will need to create a folder that will serve as your repository. This location will be what you are syncing your data “up” to. This location can be on an external hard drive or flash drive or it can be inside of a shared network folder that all the computers can access. Name this folder “ProPresenter Sync” or something similar. Once you have created this folder, go back to the sync tab of ProPresenter preferences.
In the sync tab of ProPresenter preferences, click the + icon and select the folder you have just created to serve as your repository. Then, select the options that you want to sync up to the repository by checking the box next to them. Finally, make sure that “Sync up to repository” is selected. For this first sync, “Replace My Files” can be unchecked.
Once you have completed these steps, click “Sync”.
Once the sync, finishes, move to the computer you are wanting to sync with and open the Sync tab of ProPresenter Preferences there. On this computer, click the + icon to choose the repository you have just synced up to on the other computer, select the options you want to sync, click “Sync Down From Repository”, and if you want files on this computer to be replaced by the files on the other computer, check the box for “Replace My Files”. Then, you can click sync!
Note: “Replace My Files” WILL NOT DELETE any presentations or media files on your computer or from the repository. It will only replace presentations or media files that are named the same thing on this computer with the files coming down from the repository. For example: If you have a file named “Amazing Grace” on this computer and one named the same in the repository, the one on this computer will be replaced with the one in the repository. If you want a file deleted from all of your synced computers, you will manually have to delete it both from the computer(s) and the repository folder.