Doing Video on a Budget: Buy What You Need To Get Going, Start With A Plan
By Ralph Hicks · April 12, 2018 • If you are still capturing video in SD, and are looking to jump to HD (1280 by 720 pixels) or even Full HD (1920 by 1080 pixels), know you'll likely have to change out most of your cables, screens, and cameras.
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.
Streaming Video Switchers a Solid Option for Many Churches
By Mark Hanna · September 11, 2017 • No matter how you do it, today there very few excuses for a church to not have streaming content in one form or fashion.
Spreading the Word: Livestreaming for Houses of Worship
By TD Staff · September 9, 2016 • In 2015, 3,000 houses of worship in 57 countries used Livestream to broadcast 121,026 services, ceremonies, and meetings.
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.
Power of Social Media Increased Church Participation 12-fold
By Amber Parcher · November 28, 2012 • On one of the most important Christian holidays, City Edge church of Lakewood, Ohio moved its unconventional service online. Spreading the word through Facebook, Twitter and using livestream.com allowed viewers to participate.
Latest ResourceFor 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.