Evangelism during and after a pandemic — Dennis Washington

If there is a phrase to describe my mission field the past 15 years, it would be “evangelize online.” The roots of this mantra go way back to the early 2000’s during my early days of tornado chasing for FOX6 WBRC-TV. We started chasing the storms because viewers were more likely to seek shelter if… viaContinue reading “Evangelism during and after a pandemic — Dennis Washington”

Multi-camera live streaming — Dennis Washington

Do you want your worship broadcasts to be better than a single camera in the back of the room? Below is a generic recommendation based on my experiences setting up live streaming solutions. What you choose will need to be adjusted based on a variety of factors, including: Your budgetBuilding layoutWhere you want cameras mountedHow… viaContinue reading “Multi-camera live streaming — Dennis Washington”

Simulcasting your live stream — Dennis Washington

Do you want to live stream to multiple destinations but don’t have the hardware and/or the internet connection speed to make it happen? The good news is that you have options. What is Simulcasting Simulcasting is simply a simultaneous broadcast distribution. Think of it like a splitter: one video goes into the splitter, with two… viaContinue reading “Simulcasting your live stream — Dennis Washington”

Broadcast online Bible classes with vMix — Dennis Washington

Many congregations have turned to platforms such as Zoom, Skype and Google Meet to continue online Bible classes. However, some members of your congregation may not have the technical skills to download an app or create an account to participate – they simply want to watch the Bible class on your website or social media… viaContinue reading “Broadcast online Bible classes with vMix — Dennis Washington”

Use vMix Call for professional remote interviews — Dennis Washington

Are you looking for a better way to record remote video interviews? In this era of social distancing, many journalists are being forced to conduct video interviews remotely. This usually happens in one of two ways: Reporter points a camera and microphone at their own smartphone to record a FaceTime or Skype call.TV station uses… viaContinue reading “Use vMix Call for professional remote interviews — Dennis Washington”

Remote preaching with vMix Call — Dennis Washington

One of the great features of vMix is vMix Call, a low-latency remote video conferencing system. With only a web browser and webcam your minister can connect into your live streaming broadcast with HD video and high quality audio from anywhere in the world. If you are unable to conduct worship services from your church… viaContinue reading “Remote preaching with vMix Call — Dennis Washington”