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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, church tech questions on: YouTube streaming, streaming audio, streaming hosts, and TH2Go
Here are the latest questions:
Taylor Keller on Twitter
what are the downsides to live streaming with YouTube?
Fabian Robles on YouTube
Hi Paul! I’m setting up a live stream system for my church, but I’m not much of a tech. We only want to stream the sermon portion of our services, but I’d like to stream the auido from my pastors mic instead of using the camera’s mic, but I’m not sure how to do it?
Antonio Martinez on Twitter
Hello Paul, I posted a question about two weeks ago on Google+ about what provider to use for church service live streaming and you mention http://Churchstreaming.tv , so far we like it but wanted to know if you can recommend more options before making a decision, thanks
leyvaine davids on Twitter
love your tutorials on pro p6,do you have any using multi screen with setup of matrox triple head2go
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