Church Production

education: Streaming-based

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Directing for the Live Stream

Balance the needs of the audiences you serve. Each shot you take comes at the expense of others. Close-ups provide detail for the live audience, while wide shots provides context for the internet viewer.

SD, HD or 4K? The Future of Live Streaming and Why

Some churches might be willing to take the plunge to invest in 4K streaming today. Should they?

Improving Sound for Your Live Stream

Don’t let poor audio get in the way of building your online audience.

Attendance is Down. Blame the Live Stream.

What’s going on if attendance has dropped, but your online congregation has increased?

Streaming Best Practices: Creative Ways to Expand Reach

Watch parties, mini-campuses and pastor-sharing are just a few of many new innovations.

White Paper: Bringing Congregations Together with Video Streaming

The use of HD video streaming is a growing trend that can connect multiple campuses under a shared worship experience. This paper provides a framework for understanding and aligning the variables at play, and guides you through workflows for time-shifted video, real-time broadcast and bi-directional, interactive experiences.

Best Practices: Separating Your Live Stream from the Crowd

Better production quality is one way to separate your live stream from others. But there are other strategies for getting noticed.

Streaming Media

First Ask "Why?" Then Ask "How?"

Streaming Best Practices:  Protecting Your Congregation

It's a sad reality that churches need to think these thoughts. You just have to be intentional and minimize risk to make sure that your live-stream helps people while not hurting or revealing those who are vulnerable.

Choosing a Live Streaming Host

Choosing a host isn't easy. Do you choose ease-of-use or power? What about low cost versus customer service?

30 Day Worship Sound Tools Videos

Worship M.D. audio expert Doug Gould's collection of 30 instructional videos presented by PreSonus

Best Practices: Streaming for Mobile Devices

With LTE quickly becoming the standard, it’s easy to forget that there are still a fair number of 2G and 3G devices out there.

Accelerating Your Video Production Work

How your video card’s GPU system can make your video production work more efficient

Tutorial: Streaming Strategies

Solution oriented approaches for the success of your online ministry

Live Streaming: How to Reach TV Audiences

Getting internet content into the living room has been something that a lot of companies have toyed around with for some time. To figure out how to get your church’s service onto a person’s TV live, you need to figure out which box or TV is best suited to make it easy.

Why Free Live Streaming on YouTube Could Cost You More Than You Think

Why should you pay for hosting on another provider when this free system exists?

Tutorial: A Techy’s Guide: Preparing for Easter

And helping senior leadership realize and embrace your vision.

Churches Without Walls

Tactics and strategies for building a successful live streaming ministry.

Streaming Media: Overcoming The Technology Naysayers

Leaders can ease congregations into accepting streaming by starting with low-cost or no-cost video conferencing technologies.

Tutorial: Going the Extra Digital Mile

How to Maximize Your Streaming Ministry

So Your Pastor Wants to Start Streaming Video

You could just use a camcorder and a computer. Or you could produce a webcast that represents your church, and attracts a regular viewing audience.

Video Streaming 101

Your church can look great, or it can look bad. You can improve your chances of it looking great if you consider--and address--these important questions before streaming content live.



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