Answers to church tech questions on ProPresenter firewire, HDMI 50 feet, and a projector with multiple outputs
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http://TrinityDigitalMedia.com/ctcqa On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, answers to church tech questions on ProPresenter firewire, HDMI 50 feet, and a projector with multiple outputs
Here are the latest questions:
Leyvaid Davids on Twitter
…looking forward to this one ,do you know If propesenter would accept FireWire connected camera for live feed as an option?
Answer: Yes. Firewire will be SD only and will have a ton of lag, so I don’t think I’d want to do it, but it can be done.[tweet “Want answers to church tech questions? Click here to get them or ask your own questions:”]
Jacob on Churchm.ag
At my church we don’t have a live camera feed, but use projector to display backgrounds and play occasional video clips; would you recommend I still run HD-SDI? Our projector is about 50 ft from computer so would it make a big difference if I went with an HDMI balun instead of HD-SDI to HDMI?
Answer: Either would work, but I’ve heard stories (from a friend that this happened to) where the balun cut out when the furnace kicked on. SDI is a more robust solution.
Rina on ChurchM.ag
Hello!! I’m Rina I have somethings trouble which Projector have two or more output with the same time? and what is it model? please. thanks for your mind
Answer: I’d get a distribution amplifier to split (okay, amplify and split) the signal at the source to give you a better signal.
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