Acoustics in Catholic churches present a unique and often challenging environment for sound engineers and architects alike. The grandeur and architectural design of these sacred spaces–with high ceilings, stone walls, and expansive nave–can create a captivating visual experience, but it also introduces significant acoustic complexities that impede church sound clarity.
Video communication has a way of drawing people in by capturing the essence of a story and conveying powerful moments of transformation in people’s lives. If your church communication does not contain video, you should consider adding it to your communication strategy. Creating captivating church videos is a way to create powerful storytelling and connection. That said, video is more complex because it combines a script or interview with video footage including single or multiple subjects, editing, lighting, and more. Video can be very difficult to master.
Beginning with ProPresenter 6 for Mac, and now with ProPresenter 7 (for both platforms), Renewed Vision has made live streaming a focus of their efforts. In the past, there were hacks you needed to do to get video out of Pro6 and into an encoder if you wanted an alternate format that was better for your online congregation.
Thankfully, today, that’s not necessary. ProPresenter 7 can capture live video from multiple sources, overlay an alternate layout of lyrics (or sermon notes, etc.), and even encode it for live streaming.
In today’s world of advanced technology and seamless communication, wireless microphone systems have become an essential tool for various events and gatherings. As someone looking to […]