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?
Storytelling: The Foundation of the Church
By Gregory Kayne · August 18, 2016 • As a church tech director, you need to be using video and short films to tell the stories that have been laid on the heart of your church.
Why You Need to Use Video at Your Church
By Brent Mann · August 8, 2016 • Many times, churches miss out on the opportunity to inspire, encourage, and motivate people. Videos offer such an opportunity.
Telling the Greatest Story Ever Told: As Filmmakers, We Must Own It
By Eric Bramlett · August 5, 2016 • As a filmmaker, we prepare our work on laptops and hard drives to where it eventually makes its way to the screens in our worship services.
IMAG a Powerful Tool For Your Worship Environment
By Luke McElroy · August 4, 2016 • As a creative tool of artistic expression, when overused, it can result in detrimental effects in communicating with the congregation as a whole.
Pennsylvania Church Moves Forward With Allen & Heath After Surge
By Andres Caamano · July 28, 2016 • The new dLive console at Christian Life Assembly offers it a much better sound, along with significantly more flexibility, particularly with ease of use.
Open Your Eyes To These 8 Multi-Format Video Switchers
By Andres Caamano · July 25, 2016 • With switchers from Datavideo, Vaddio, NewTek, Roland, Livestream, Panasonic, FOR-A and Ross Video, each offers a rich feature set that could suit the needs for your church.
Broadcast Audio for Webcasting While Also Mixing FOH
By Debbie Keough · July 15, 2016 • A closer look at how to create a mix using matrixes and also how to fashion a mix through aux sends.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.