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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A,
church tech questions on: Live-streaming speed, mirrored displays, twitter search, & stage display
Here are the latest questions:
Trite on YouTube:
Can I livestream at 720p? Would this be enough for 60 fps also? Hardware isn’t a problem.
Download speed: 38Mbps
Upload speed: 2.01Mbps
Paul via email:
Our church just bought a new hdmi projector; old one was a 4:3 standard vga projector. When using the old one, it would be connected to computer, boot up, and start propresenter 5; it would automatically show slide on screen. At set up of the new hdmi projector, using an hdmi cable, the screen is displaying the entire computer screen, desktop, programs, etc. I can’t figure out how to get the selected slide in propresenter 5 on the screen, when clicked.
Can you tell me what setting needs to change for the selected slide to show up on the screen, instead of the complete desktop?
Leon Retief on YouTube:
Hi Paul. When I do a handle search in Twitter it shows only tweets of 2 days ago. How to get immediate tweets to show?
Paul, is it possible to show a foreground video on the stage display and the audience display at the same time?
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This show started is meant to help church techies the world over get their questions answered. Paul Alan Clifford specializes in video, graphic design, social media, new media, and the web. If there is something you want to know that’s outside these areas of expertise, given some time, he’ll do his best to find the answer from other experts he knows.
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