Church tech questions on SDI, ProPresenter 8, progressive live
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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, church tech questions on: SDI, ProPresenter 8, progressive live
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Koko on an article I wrote for ChurchM.ag
Paul, thank you for this article.
Currently i am using analog video coax cable for our church. 3 IMAG camera feeding video to our datavideo SE-500 switcher and going to Edirol V4 mixer to mix the IMAG feed and text lyric from EasyWorship. Then, it goes to video amplifier and distributed to 4 LCD TV, 1 main projector, 1 harddisk recorder.
We are planning to buy a new IMAG camera to replace an old dying Sony miniDV camera. I plan to get a second hand Sony EX1 because it has SDI output and if we change our switcher in the future, it will be compatible (planned switcher : BlackMagic production studio 4k)
Out main projector has HDMI but no SDI. It is located around 120 feet from our control room, going through the wall and ceiling. If i use the new mixer, what kind of cable do you recommend to feed the projector? Is HDMI over ethernet cable? or run SDI and get a SDI to HDMI converter at the end of the cable?
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Love Elie on Google+
How can I work with the propresenter 8? Please anyone.
reptilesgamers00 on YouTube
If were (sic) stuck with a bad down speed do to location, could we use a progressive download? Is there an option to record a video to a hard drive and then stream it but 10mins behind. So 1 church will start at the regular time, the other 2 will start at 13mins latter. Plenty time to buffer the video.
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This show 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.
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