Video Production

Video Production: Encourage Communication As a Team
By Jim Sippel · July 24, 2017 • It’s good for a team to know what their roles are on the project, and what the specific expectations are within each role, especially when your crew is small.

Video Production for Your Church: Don’t Forget the ‘Why’
By Brent Mann · July 21, 2017 • In particular, testimony videos work so well, because they grab the "why" and the emotional aspect of what it means to be a follower of Jesus.

Video Production: Creating Videos Beyond the Holiday Season
By Jennifer Johnson · July 19, 2017 • When it comes to producing videos, there is a place for both kinds of quality and various skill levels, regardless of the time it takes to produce a video.

Storytelling: Show Off the Life-Changing Power of the Gospel
By Micah Ogle · June 13, 2017 • Nothing is worse than showing up to an interview for a testimony video, for example, with someone you’ve never met, and sitting down for two hours to try and find a decent story to share.

Movie Maker, iMovie Offer Free Video Editing Software Choices
By Jennifer Johnson · June 2, 2017 • There are, of course, many other video editing options, but most of the other choices on the market come with a price tag.

Media Server Magic Using the Right Software Tools For Your Church
By Charlie Pike · May 19, 2017 • One of the largest things to consider outside of determining a budget is what will be the ultimate destination for the video content?

Video Editing Software: Premiere or Final Cut Pro X?
By Seth Piper · May 9, 2017 • In recent years, Adobe has really put some work into making Premiere one of the best editors around, while Apple moved ahead with Final Cut Pro X.

Video Cameras Guide: Don’t Miss Out On Upgrades
By TD Staff · April 26, 2017 • Advanced camera features are being packaged into user-friendly prosumer systems all the time — new HD and 4K cameras with auto-zoom and auto-focus capabilities.

Don’t Forget the Controller When Looking at PTZ Cameras
By David Leuschner · February 1, 2017 • Touchscreens are nice, but they are not the right tool for PTZ operation. You must have tactile control of the unit.

Media Servers – Dust Off Those Old Tapes
By Tim Dougherty · January 16, 2017 • Deploying a media server technology will provide a sense of control, knowing that most of these technologies are future proof.

Lighting the Video Shoot: Learn That Last 20 Percent
By Kevin Penrod · December 6, 2016 • Experience is the best teacher in our world, but that doesn’t mean you should not do your research and benefit from the experience others have already gone through.

4 Things to Remember When Filming A Testimony Video
By Eric Bramlett · September 30, 2016 • From writing out their testimony to planning to have the interview process last for 45 minutes for a four-minute video, these are a few tips to keep in mind.

ArKaos MediaMaster: A Worthwhile Media Server Tool
By Kevin Penrod · September 5, 2016 • For those who are getting into pixel mapping LEDs, your 'best friend' will be ArKaos' LED master, allowing you to output to the Kling-Net protocol.

Video Creation for Monthly Sermon Series
By David Bonilla · September 2, 2016 • In the search for fresh content, using customized footage for such series is ideal, but also challenging.

The Unnecessary Strain of Originality in Filmmaking
By Greg Stovell · August 19, 2016 • As part of a creative church staff with no ties to Hollywood's connections or deep pockets, how can one replicate those famously memorable moments for our church?

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Worship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.


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