Best practices for engaging a faceless audience requires some adjustments.
If you have a camera or want a camera and need a list of additional equipment and software, here’s my suggestions.
If you want to live stream worship services to your congregation, the solution can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be.
One of the primary goals of my live stream setups for churches is to occasionally show as much of the auditorium as possible. I make this happen with a second, wide-angle camera usually centered on the back wall above the primary camera. Why? Below are three key reasons. Worship is more than a song leader… Read More »
Digital mixers enhance the worship experience by improving audio quality and, more importantly, reducing the risk of audio problems during worship.
A professional live stream requires professional software. vMix is at the top of my list.
Using your gain to adjust volume might work, but there’s a better way.
The one piece of software every church control room needs.
One of the biggest problems in many churches I visit is audio. People can’t hear what is being said. And while some fixes do require money, many solutions simply involve a “change in latitude.”
March 7, 2018 Tell your story in such a way that it rises above the noise, creating a memorable moment for the consumer.