Streaming

Arizona Church Begins Streaming, Recording with Vaddio MatrixMIX System
By Andres Caamano · May 17, 2018 • With its ease of use, the MatrixMIX was put through the paces on the same day following its install, after which the church's first recording was done the next Sunday.

Mixing for Streaming: Aiming for Smooth, Consistent Broadcast Audio
By Debbie Keough · May 10, 2018 • If you have assembled your final mix from your FOH console or even a dedicated broadcast room, begin to study the recorded mix in as many types of listening spaces you expect your viewer to listen from.

Mixing for Streaming: Account for Differences Between Room, Stream Sound
By Todd Heft · May 3, 2018 • Many components go into a successful livestream: lighting, camera work, lower-thirds, graphics, transitions and audio mixing. The last of these is often overlooked, though, when churches put together a streaming production.

Final Full Exhibit Day at NAB Features Solid Offerings
By Andres Caamano · April 18, 2018 • On the final full day on the exhibit floor, there were a handful of companies that stood out, particularly Haivision, NEC Display, Broadcast Pix, and Bittree, among others.

Streaming: Take the Time to Test To Learn What Works
By Tim Dougherty · March 13, 2018 • Resources in the video production and streaming industry are endless, with no limit to what you can accomplish using multi-camera systems, studio lighting rigs, high-end encoding devices, multi-staff teams, etc.

Live Streaming: Before Planning to Stream, Account for Size of Church, Staff
By Brent Mann · March 9, 2018 • Depending on the size of your church, the option of whether to go with live streaming over podcasting is a worthwhile consideration.

Getting Started on Streaming: Begin By Building A Strategy
By Tim Dougherty · March 8, 2018 • Before you commence ordering hardware and evaluating services, as a guiding principle, consider taking time to establish a streaming strategy for your deployment.

Online Church: Overcoming the Fear of Technology
By Keri Rafter · March 7, 2018 • Church at its best is when it captures powerful storytelling, engaging people and moving them by what is said, to join us in other spaces for chat, prayer, and deeper discussion.

Churches Should Look to Cast A Larger Social Media Net
By Tim Dougherty · January 26, 2018 • Just putting a video stream out into the wild, can add up to where an initiative may never reach its potential and may even fail completely.

How to Use an Audio Compressor In Your Church System, Part 2
By Wayne DuCharme · December 22, 2017 • Understanding what a compressor does can be helpful and interesting, so read up on the mechanical descriptions of what a compressor is doing to the signal.

Facebook Live: Are You Ready for This?
By Tim Dougherty · December 14, 2017 • Without question, Facebook has become the dominant, most recognized livestreaming portal on the internet, with nearly 80 percent of all broadcasters already using the platform.

Are You Ready to Livestream Your Worship Services?
By Ryan Brenneman · December 14, 2017 • No matter what choice you are looking at, start with laying out your end goal. With so many options coming out, livestreaming is quickly becoming a consideration.

Portable Streaming Devices: Between Three Types, Which Best Fits Your Needs?
By Clete Terrell · December 13, 2017 • If considering a software encoder, the options available are typically good for entry level streaming, since they are comparatively cheap and can run on existing computers.

Final Link in Livestreaming, How, Where Do I Send It?
By Ryan Brenneman · December 12, 2017 • If you are OK with the livestreaming approach of going direct, while needing to fall within budget constraints, more likely than not you will be able to stream without many issues.

A Closer Look At Top New Product Award Winners Honored at WFX
By Andres Caamano · October 19, 2017 • At the WFX Conference & Expo in Dallas, a significant number of those selected for New Product Awards in 2017, received their award on-site at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.

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For 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.


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