Video Production

WFX15: Using Video To Communicate Your Message
By TD Staff · April 22, 2016 • A review of how storytelling can be used when crafting video when working on narrative pieces to testimonies.

WTD Guide to Video Editing Software: Apple, Avid or Adobe?
By Matt Knisely · April 8, 2016 • A detailed look at the pros and cons between Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.

WFX15 PowerPoint-Audio Session, Recording Live Video For Everyone
By TD Staff · April 1, 2016 • The goal of this workshop was to provide a working knowledge of camera and crew and to explore the various shots necessary to capture a live event for audio, video, and lights.

Brent Mann: Why Should Churches Use Video?
By Brent Mann · March 30, 2016 • We need the preached Word of God, but also coupled with that, we need parables to communicate to the audience.

To The Budding Church Filmmaker
By Nathan VonMinden · March 15, 2016 • There are a few things I have learned over the last decade to help make films better and be an exciting use of our resources.

Ralph Hicks: Video Production Starting Point
By Ralph Hicks · February 29, 2016 • The key is that everyone knows what is going to happen next so you do not miss anything — you can’t edit what you don’t have.

Producing a Sermon: Video Techniques
By Greg Stovell · February 19, 2016 • One has to wonder, how is it possible that a sermon can fall short of the listener’s heart, if the Spirit breathes upon all who are called to preach?

Prepared To Record Video of Your Church Services?
By Ralph Hicks · February 17, 2016 • There are many things to keep in mind as you choose a camera, beginning with cost.

Why Use Video in Church Ministry?
By Jennifer Johnson · February 9, 2016 • No matter what direction you decide to take with using video in your church, keep in mind how important it is to help nurture relationships in your ministry.

Church On The Move Enhances Worship Message With Renewed Vision ProPresenter
By TD Staff · July 1, 2015 • Church on The Move, a large non-denominational church located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is enhancing its message of spirituality and hope with Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter lyric and media presentation software. The flexible, intuitive and affordable software allows church members to easily present high-quality multimedia from dozens of computer workstations, supporting the production of live weekly services, on-demand television, and live streaming content over the Internet.

Free Chapel Brings The Message From Multi-Site To Worldwide
By TD Staff · October 30, 2014 • Free Chapel recently overhauled their video system to meet their ministry goals, enabling them to reach thousands through multi-site streaming and TV and online broadcast.

3 Video Production Apps for Your Next Presentation for iOS and Android
By Curtis Emery · February 20, 2013 • A collection of three video production apps that follow your media rich presentation from shooting to upload. FiLMiC Pro, Videolicious and Vimeo accommodate each step of the video presentation process. Camera enhancers, robust slideshow options and video upload options are essential to presenting a competent media rich presentation--it is even better when you can consolidate the process on your mobile device.

Critical Church Video Production Upgrade to Serve 20,000 Members
By Llanor Alleyne · January 25, 2012 • Rock Church’s video director shares how the church recently upgraded to an integrated video production system while taking into consideration converting some equipment from analog to digital.

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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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