Listen to the audio:Join the conversation; call 1-877-763-3246, leave a comment below the video, or hit me up on Twitter (@PaulAlanClif)
On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, church tech questions on: Locked .plists, a compliment, a third display, and fading video
Here are the latest questions:
Udo Mahne on YouTube in response to an old iWeb tutorial
My navbar override.plist is locked. can’t make any changes…
ColeMizeStudios on YouTube in response to my live-streaming speed video
Very well explained Paul. Thanks for sharing with us and wishing you the best in all that you do! 🙂
Scott via email
We run Pro Presenter 6 and are wanting to add a Stage Display monitor. We are using a MacBook Pro Mid 2012 model with a Mini Display Port. We currently use an HDMI adapter and send that MDP signal to the projector.
How should we get a second video output signal for the SD?
Charleseke on ChurchM.ag
We have a large sanctuary. Distance between the boot station and projector is between 80 to 100 meters or more, Currently we are using SDI (though the projector has HDMI, VGA, DVI & AVi ports) with fading picture output. We have changed projector lamp but the output virtually remain same. What do I do to have a better picture quality over that distance,
We equally need a console than can receive input from 5 or more cameras before distribution to computer, projector, televisions and other devices and streaming .
If you’d like to chip in a few bucks, anything you do is appreciated. Just click this link to donate.
About this show:
The ChurchTechCast.com Q & A show is a weekly podcast premiering every Friday at 11a eastern (-4 UTC), 8a pacific on http://churchtechcast.com. Watch it and join the chat then.
But, if you miss the live show, I’ll put up the edited show later (usually on the same day) right here.
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.
If you do tech at your church or you use computers to advance your church’s mission, this show is for you.