Live-streaming related articles
Every month, we host a webinar on presentation skills, where we invite attendees to share their tips on what makes an engaging presentation. Read their tips in this weeks blog.
Churches have been sharing their most used tools and resources used every week in their live streamed services.
Going live isn’t something we should do just because everyone else is doing it... Here are our reasons why it can be an important part of your church life and how to do it for free.
If simple appeals to you - perhaps your team is small, or you’d like to build your confidence and skills before moving into something more involved– here are our tips for taking a simple approach to livestreaming.
When people produce TV programmes or live events they plan the content and the technical aspects carefully beforehand. It is worth doing the same with your online church services, whether they are recorded or livestreamed.
There are a range of comprehensive and free video editing tools available to you to help you edit video for services, social media and websites. Here, we have collected a list of video editing software to suit every level of ability.
To support churches with their online activities, new features have been added to the site to make it quick and easy to find and share online services and events.
Sharing services online is an exciting opportunity to reach out, however, should be balanced with continuing to provide a safe and secure environment for all.
Whether you are live streaming from your church using one just camera or you have a number of them, you can still produce a good online service. Here is some guidance about where to put the cameras and microphones you have in order to get the best results.
Whether you are livestreaming from your church using just one camera or you have a number of them, you can still produce a good online service. Here is some guidance about where to put the cameras and microphones you have in order to get the best results.