We launched our first of a new series of live streams today! In this live stream, we shared tips and tricks to add polish to your stream and make it look and feel even better! We cover the following in this stream: Overlays and Alerts Resources for Stream Themes Video Resources Music Resources OBS Training […]
I’ve been hearing a lot of people recommending the Atem Mini for church live stream setups. While it’s a great piece of hardware, I don’t think it’s the best choice for churches. In this video, I’ll explain why.
There are a ton of different cameras on the market. Each brand has a multitude of models to choose from. Most of them can be used for streaming, and all have their pros and cons. This is both good and bad: It’s good because you can find a camera in your price range that has […]
We’ve had a lot of people asking for custom quotes for streaming packages with the PTZ cameras. For those who don’t know, PTZ simply stands for Pan/Tilt/Zoom – these are the cameras that are remotely controlled from a remote, app, or keyboard controller. They are small, inconspicuous, and have a beautiful high-definition image. These are […]
For the month of September, delivery timelines (most orders ship within 7 days) will be delayed by up to 2 weeks. For five years now, my (Ryan) wife and I have been on an adoption journey. A couple of months ago, after a long wait, we were finally matched with a birth mother. And now, […]
You’ve probably heard a church live stream (or a thousand) that sounds really, really bad. The mix is dry, and you hear every flaw in everyone’s voice. It just sounds bad. Imagine how embarrassed your praise team is when they feel like they sounded great, only to hear the live stream playback! They won’t appreciate […]
In this video, we walk through setting up our Premium Kits step-by-step.
There are a million possible choices for a church video production setup. You can go super-basic, and record from a cellphone. Or, you can go hyper-complex and get all the bells and whistles of a television studio. More than likely, the best choice for you is going to fall somewhere in the middle. The problem […]