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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, questions on: Book marketing, BMD mini-monitor, and syncing audio
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Reigh Sims on Twitter
@PaulAlanClif Paul, I am an author of Christian books. I need to know how to get them in people’s hands. http://www.wmturls.com/pp
Ruth Aaron on youtube
I have my stage display connected through a ultra studio mini monitor… Cant figure it out… Can you please help…
I’m going 1 Thunderbolt to the ultra-studio mini monitor and to HDMI and SDI and my 2nd Thunderbolt to SDI to my stage display. This is the issue i had…
My iMac would not recognize the extended screen but went directly to my screens… i’m having issues basically with my stage display… can i send you a diagram of my connections?
Mark wrote in email,
I have a question that I hope you can answer for me.
Is it possible to sync audio I record on my iPhone with video taken from another source?
I record the audio of every presentation I give with my iPhone (which comes out stunningly awesome) but I am considering using an HD camcorder I have but which takes awesome video but downright horrible audio – to a point of it being unusable or having my wife take video of me with her iPhone…but need to know if it is possible to sync the video and audio.
I like to use iMovie on my iPhone when taking my YouTube videos.
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