New Products 2017: At a Glance, Lighting & Media and Communications
By Andres Caamano · October 10, 2017 • Among the 49 entries that were judged for the 2017 New Product Awards, 18 were slotted under the lighting and media & communications categories. Spend a few minutes to learn about some of the latest and more interesting products available today.
Texas’ 121 Community Church Makes IMAG Updates With Panasonic Cameras
By TD Staff · October 3, 2017 • The church recently installed two Panasonic AK-UC3000 4K/HD studio/field cameras in the church's new worship space, on tripods in the back center of the space.
Streaming: The Value of Wireless Video Encoders
By Clete Terrell · October 2, 2017 • Wireless internet streaming technology is typically used when a video signal will be streamed over the internet to a service like YouTube, LiveStream or similar.
FOR-A to Demo Video Production Solutions at WFX Conference & Expo
By TD Staff · September 26, 2017 • The company will showcase its HVS-490 and HVS-100 video switchers at the show in Dallas, which will be held from October 10-12.
Environmental, Lyrics Projection Among Featured Upgrades At Arkansas Church
By Andres Caamano · September 21, 2017 • In just nine months, Living Faith Church underwent five phases of install upgrades, with the final two phases featuring six Hitachi projectors, four JVC cameras, two Matrox TripleHead2Go modules, a Kramer presentations switcher/scaler, and a pair of Apple iMacs.
Streaming Video Switchers a Solid Option for Many Churches
By Mark Hanna · September 11, 2017 • No matter how you do it, today there very few excuses for a church to not have streaming content in one form or fashion.
Video Signal Flow: Time, Quality, and the Noticeable Elements
By Marcus Hammond · September 8, 2017 • The goal in any video system is to minimize signal conversion (up/down/cross) to a point where the total latency of the end-to-end signal flow is less than three frames.
Looking to Set Up Streaming This Fall? Don’t Rush It
By Andres Caamano · August 21, 2017 • It also may seem feasible that one can roll out a streaming plan with virtually no budget, but it is best to look to include at least a small budget to implement such a plan.
Worship Facilities Magazine, July-August 2017
By TD Staff · August 3, 2017 • The July-August 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Texas church and Colorado church, with regard to recent work completed at each facility.
How Your Church Can Avoid Everyday Live Stream Issues
By Keri Rafter · July 19, 2017 • Don’t sweat over potential mistakes, for example, like accidentally leaving live mics on, pre- or post-service, as this only increases authenticity.
Lumens Introduces VC-A50P HD PTZ IP Camera
By TD Staff · July 10, 2017 • First PTZ camera with power supplied through PoE, along with audio/visual over IP.
Multisite Video: Which Delivery Option Suits Your Church Best?
By Paul Martel · July 6, 2017 • Among the major options available are prerecorded file delivery, satellite, point-to-point streaming and leveraging the public internet for streaming.
Panasonic Ships AG-UMR20 Recorder/AG-UCK20 Compact Camera
By TD Staff · July 5, 2017 • Lightweight field recorder and camera head combo is ideal for 4K acquisition with IP streaming.
Worship Facilities Magazine, May-June 2017
By TD Staff · July 3, 2017 • The May-June 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine includes a series of recent articles that appeared on the Worship Tech Director website over the last few months, as part of a special edition, first made available to InfoComm 2017 attendees.
Multiple Install Phases Add Up to Notable AVL Upgrades at Texas Church
By Andres Caamano · June 30, 2017 • Over the span of three months, Texas church has featured install improvements including L-Acoustics line arrays, Barco projectors, and an LED wall.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.