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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, Church tech questions on: Capturing for the livestream, moving props, the best worship software, & speed for live-streaming
Here are the latest questions:
James Newman on TrinityDigitalMedia.com
Hey Paul, I’m a typical rookie trying to get setup to live stream our church services on our church website. I am wanting to just start small for now. We have been recording audio on a Zoom H4n Digital recorder. I have installed Flash Media Encoder on my Macbook. I’d like to use the audio in my live stream from the Zoom H4n and the video from a DSLR camera. I have a Canon sx30is camera, and am not sure if I need a capture card. I tried to plug a a usb plug from my Zoom H4n and a usb from my canon sx30is, but the Flash Media Encoder only recognized the H4n for the audio, but not my camera. Do I need a capture card? If so, which one would you recommend? Any other suggestions or corrections to what I’ve done would be much appreciated. Thanks for your time.
John Nigron on YouTube
propresenter 6 how to move props images behind lyrics slides
Kiplagat Agui on YouTube
which is the best worship software?
TheBlackEnergy Lt on YouTube in response to my video on live-streaming speed
[Link to speedtest showing 28.11 Mb/s upload speed] is that enough ?
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