Personalizing bulk email, free graphics software, live-streaming, and more | ChurchTechCast.com Q & A Show


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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, questions on: Personalizing bulk email, free graphics software, live-streaming, and more.

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Josh Copen on Twitter
Our church is looking to live stream services soon. Any suggestions?

​Hi Paul –
Do you have any recommendations for a small portable video camera that could be outputted via USB to a laptop for an on location live stream from a mission trip?

​I suppose another option would be to use a capture device and a standard video camcorder.

Any advice?

thanks,
Tom Sorrel


Praise.O on Twitter

Please. I want to get a software for creating church video loops. How can I get a free version..

Tope Sunmonu via email

How do u do it?? Personalised messages!! Wow! Keep up d good word. Honoured to be part of your mail recipients. Will check the video and leave my comment.

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