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Church Tech Weekly Episode 57: We’re Not Friends Anymore

This week we talk with Nicholas Rivero and Camron Ware about visual worship, live video and some of the technology behind all that. And Nick tells us about a very cool 9-monitor wall he built recently.

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4 Comments

  1. wadestockton@yahooo.com

    This podcast was great timing as I just purchase a mac mini for our new projector setup. But after listening i'm confused as to whether i should use an analog or displayport TripleHead2Go. My run is about 100ft to the projectors. Should the triplehead be at the mini or by the projectors?
    We are very excited about moving to propresenter. I'm not excited about converting all the songs from Easyworship though.

  2. wadestockton@yahooo.com

    This podcast was great timing as I just purchase a mac mini for our new projector setup. But after listening i'm confused as to whether i should use an analog or displayport TripleHead2Go. My run is about 100ft to the projectors. Should the triplehead be at the mini or by the projectors?
    We are very excited about moving to propresenter. I'm not excited about converting all the songs from Easyworship though.

  3. mike@churchtecharts.org

    Wade,
    The TripleHead could really be anywhere between the Mini and the projectors. A lot will depend on your cable situation. Personally, I like analog (as do Nick and Camron). It just works. Digital is great, but even DisplayPort is a short-haul format. It's going to be tough to get the signal 100' to a projector.

    Keep in mind, TripleHead2Go was not designed for what we're using it for. It was designed for gaming, where the cable runs are 5-10'. Analog VGA will easily run 100' without issue, and you can push it farther by using good cable.

    That's always my recommendation.
    mike

  4. mike@churchtecharts.org

    Wade,
    The TripleHead could really be anywhere between the Mini and the projectors. A lot will depend on your cable situation. Personally, I like analog (as do Nick and Camron). It just works. Digital is great, but even DisplayPort is a short-haul format. It's going to be tough to get the signal 100' to a projector.

    Keep in mind, TripleHead2Go was not designed for what we're using it for. It was designed for gaming, where the cable runs are 5-10'. Analog VGA will easily run 100' without issue, and you can push it farther by using good cable.

    That's always my recommendation.
    mike

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