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http://TrinityDigitalMedia.com/church-tech On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, questions on: Two mini-monitors, YouTube pics, and should you still be streaming
Here are the latest questions:
Ruth Aaron via email
The main thing is that it does not recognise it as an extended screen… I dont even put my output from ProPresenter On, it remains on off mode but still projects!
The mini monitor plugged into the thunderbolt in the second port does nothing. it does not recognize as extended!
Ron Price on YouTube
What a great video. A great message. I definitely needed to hear it. Thanks and know that your shows touch many lives each day. We are listening and watching!
Donna asked via email about the graphic that comes before my videos on youtube, what it’s called, whether I made them, etc.
AS on CTL
I would like some insight on what other churches are doing as far as live streaming your services. For example, do you find it better to live stream more than one of your Sunday/main services? Or do any of you only live stream 1 Sunday/Main service? My question stems from noticing that many of our regular attendees often opt out of attending service in person and rely on the live streamed broadcast as a crutch to remain connected. So as a result we are thinking about only streaming one service and hopefully not stifle the community of people who could benefit from it because they physically can not be present (i.e. sick and shut in, overseas viewers).
Also, is this something that the Pastor has addressed or should address over the pulpit for any of you-as to remind the congregation why we live stream in the first place?
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The ChurchTechCast.com Q & A show is a weekly podcast recorded live every Friday at 11a edt, 8a pdt, 3p utc on http://churchtechcast.com. Watch it live and join the chat then.
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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.
If you do tech at your church or you use computers to advance your church’s mission, this show is for you.