Tricaster TC1 Makes Live Streaming Easier for Churches

Live streaming for churches keeps getting better and easier.  Newtek showed off the new Tricaster TC1 at NAB 2017 – this is looking to be one of my favourite solutions! The new TC1 brings 4k 60p live streaming at a very affordable price.   The TC1 has 4 hard inputs (physical camera) and multitude NDI or […]

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Boxcast’s New Boxcaster Pro Makes LIVE Streaming Super Simple

Where has this company been all my life?!?!   I’m only partly serious.  I’ve known, peripherally about Boxcast for a little while, but never given them much thought.  Honestly, for streaming, I thought it was TOO simple to be of any real use.  Well…  I was WRONG! I love live streaming! I’ve been live streaming […]

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MEVO by Livestream Android Beta and 4k Recording!

I’m here at NAB this week working with Livestream and they’ve just announced some GREAT improvements to the awesome MEVO streaming camera.  The more I play with this the more I’m loving it.  We’ve had one at our church since it came out, and now, the functionality is EVEN more awesome!   Here’s a few […]

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The Simple Way I Upgraded My Church for Live Streaming

  Our church has been live streaming for several years, but to my surprise, we were putting out some horrible quality.  With the staff’s permission, I took matters in to my own hands and upgraded our stream to Desktop Mode with the help of my laptop and a couple of cameras.   Here’s a quick […]

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How to Get Started Live Streaming with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)

Live Streaming!  Everyone’s getting excited about it.  It’s everywhere.  If you’re looking to start live streaming your church services, but aren’t sure where to start, I suggest you spend $0 and download a free copy of Open Broadcaster Software [OBS].    OBS gives you the ability to live switch between multiple camera sources and scenes. […]

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Getting Started with the Tricaster Mini HD-4

  NewTek, the makers of the tremendous TriCaster line of broadcast and streaming systems, has a wonderful little broadcast studio that can almost fit in your pocket — the TriCaster Mini.  I’ve been using Tricasters for over 10 years and produced hundreds of hours or live streaming content using most of them.  The Mini ranks right […]

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