Your church has started or is about to start live-streaming, but you've got a problem. You can't figure out how to get ProPresenter onto your live-stream OR you can get it there, but it's formatted exactly as if the remote congregation is in the building with you. So, what do you do?
In this course, we'll explore the various ways to get text, video, and other elements onto your live-stream. Whether you're keying or doing full-screens, this is the course designed to help you navigate the complexity that is adding another audience to what you do.
Paul Alan Clifford started doing church tech in 2000, when projectors were cutting edge and PowerPoint was the closest thing to worship software that most churches had. He writes a monthly column for ChurchProduction.com, and occasionally for their print edition as well. You can also find his articles in Technologies for Worship, and on ChurchTechToday and ChurchM.ag.
Each week, he publishes multiple audio podcasts and videos on TrinityDigitalMedia.com, his ministry's website.
You can find his books Podcasting Church, Tweeting Church, The Serving Church, Church Video School, and others on Amazon.