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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, questions on: The stage display in Propresenter and Set-top boxes

Brian McDonald on TrinityDigitalMedia.com

How would I setup Stage Display as in through the DVI to VGA Adapter? I see where it is in settings but don’t know where to actually set it up for a different Mac.


Kathleen Egersheim via email
Hi Paul,

I just read your article, Live Streaming: How to Reach TV Audiences in Church Production magazine.

We currently broadcast our service online each week and also air it on the local ABC and FOX affiliates. I’m always interested in new ways to get the gospel message out!

Could you clarify if you found a way to live stream to home TV? I wasn’t sure if Roku was the best you found or is the jury still out as to a sure fire, easily accomplished way for home viewers.

Thank you,
Kathleen

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