There are key details churches often overlook when beginning a live streaming ministry. Copyright law, content delivery, and metadata use are vital elements to the success of online ministry. When church leaders pay attention to these key areas of live streaming, more people can be reached with the Good News.
That Church Conference is a two-day intensive church communicator and marketer conference that focuses on how to communicate with your church body, how to use social media, how to build meaningful connections, and much more. Unlike other conferences with a keynote and breakout sessions, this conference boasted one large gathering of people with six sessions the first day, and five the second day.
One of the hallmarks of great software is that it's easy to use at first, but when you need it to do more, you can find more capability than you just hadn't discovered before; it grows with your needs.
ProPresenter 6 is like that. I initially thought it was so simple that anyone could learn it in a few minutes. Now, 93 videos into creating a tutorial series and courses on it, I know that it's easy to get the basics, but there's so much that people don't initially discover that it can do.
I love DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) cameras and have used many of them for many different projects. But, there are some major limitations because they were not ultimately designed to handle the wide applications of video production. Here are a few reasons I believe DSLR cameras are ill-suited for recording your church service.
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