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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, church tech questions on: Cameras, Adding in a TH2Go, and the next steps from static cameras
Here are the latest questions:
Jeremy Simmons via Twitter
Do you have suggestion for a camera to live stream? HD
[tweet “When you add a triplehead2go, it can make a simple system with Pro5 and IMAG really complex.”]
we have 1 screen system with an IMAC (16go ram) with propresenter 5 through ATEM connect to the 4 cameras and the video projector all by HDMI/SDI and the same image are broadcasting live with openbroadcast and youtube live with a PC. In the next 2 weeks, we upgrade our system and we will have 2 more screens and I am going to go for the multiple modules + triplehead2go… but how I am going to choose what I am going to stream and put the lyrics on it (without an other computer or another guy). I mean if I want to control the full 3 screens with propresenter, is the IMAG could work through livefeed into propresenter 5? no delay? How am I going to put lyrics on my broadcast but not on my IMAG ? Thanks for your answer. (or even drawings you can send me!)
Greg Simmons via Twitter
What next steps can I make on upgrading from 2 static shots using hdmi consumer cameras using wirecast to encode/switch shots?
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