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Answers to church tech questions: Join the conversation; call 1-877-763-3246, leave a comment below the video, or hit me up on Twitter (@PaulAlanClif) http://TrinityDigitalMedia.com/church-tech On today's ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, Church Tech Questions on the ProPresenter remote, Pro6 upgrade, and stage display

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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, Church tech questions on: Self publishing, SDI, DVD authoring, and lower thirds

Here are the latest questions:

Michael Campbell in a comment on an article I wrote on self-publishing,
Unfortunately I want to publish a book on photography and I only use a Mac

Amal Raj on TrinityDigitalMedia.com

Hi Paul,
We are planning to with SDI option. Please clarify the following things
I think the set up will be like, we need to keep Matrox TH2G near the Mac. From Mac we have to convert Mini display port to Display port and give it as input to Matrox. At output end of Matrox we have three Display ports, each of which has to be individually extended using th ree HDMI to SDI converter and at the end we have to again convert them to HDMI from SDI using three SDI to HDMI converter and give them to three projector.
So, Instead of using six converters at output, can we use one set of similar converter at input of matrox?
Would it work? By doing so we also get a problem in converting HDMI output from SDI Converter to Display port, as we have converter available to convert Display port to HDMI and not from HDMI to Display port..
Please give us your suggestions.
Thank you very much
Great Regards
Anish

Mark on Twitter

Hey Paul, can u recommend windows based dvd authoring software ? Or send out to your followers for their thoughts? Thanks!

Jeff Ream via email
Hi Paul,

I have been going through a ton of youtube videos and am still trying to come up with a good solution. We are a multisite campus and use a wirecast to broadcast live from the main campus to satellite campus’. We currently use propresenter 5 for all lyrics, videos etc.

We are trying to put our scriptures, lyrics etc on lower thirds on the live video feed so that lyrics and live video are on the stream.

Should I be doing this in Propresenter or wirecast as a lower third? I am the worship guy and we let our tech guy go in the midst of some huge transitions and I am now responsible until a new hire.

Any suggestions? Thanks!

Jeff

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