Archive for the ‘FAQ’ Category
A few months ago, Chris Vacher (a worship pastor from Ontario, Canada) emailed me to tell me about a new tech conference he was a part of called RECONNECT. Reconnect just took place this weekend, and according to all the #RTC12 tweets, it looks like it was a really great gathering of tech directors, …read more
I love to hear pastors, worship leaders, artists & theologians speak on the power of visuals in worship. It fires me up way more than all the tech-talk, and it shows that we’re not just a bunch of kids playing around with toys because we’re bored or something. There is something very deep & …read more
As the Church returns to its visual roots and explores new mediums for creating and telling the Story in artistic ways, there will be an increasing demand for training, education and various resources….resources that equip pastors, artists, volunteers and even the congregation with knowledge, understanding and wisdom of the power the visual arts can have …read more
The timing of this post is crazy because I just got out of two weeks of church conference world myself! And what a whirlwind it was! The days were filled with community, creativity, teaching, collaboration, early mornings and late nights. When it comes to conference week, sleep is overrated. =)
There are so many good …read more
These days, almost any Mac will work fine for VJ-ing.
If you are on a budget, then go for the Mac Mini.
If you want mobility, then get a MacBook Pro.
If you’re power hungry and need to run advanced things like the Alpha/Keyer Module and need to make room for expansion, then go with …read more
I tend to get a lot of calls, emails and tweets from people who are having issues with presentation software and technology related to it. And as much as I want to help everyone, my response could best be summed up with Joshua Blankenship’s twitter profile bio: “If you’re havin’ URL problems I feel bad …read more
The practice of media organization is crucial when it comes to effectively curating your content. Because of the nature of most creatives, we need a solid yet simple structure to support our randomness. Keeping your hard drive and software’s playlist system in order will help you find the right content at the right time.
There …read more