I think it's going to take a lot more then that. Most teachers are not interested in playing a whole talk or video. They need snippets. You'd need a simple, fast interface to find those snippets.nimebe wrote:Now you're talking! How about attaching an iPod to each TV in the library via the composite cable. Install a video server in the library and rip the entire church dvd library to the server. Write a small app for the iPod and every TV in the building can instantly access any church video over the buildings WiFi network!
I think the starting point is for someone to go though the lesson manual, locate every quote, find the matching video, rip that part to a video clip and then create an index, or perhaps a play list by lesson so that it's all ready to go for the teacher. THEN it might get used.
I note that Macsense did ask for how others HAVE (successfully) changed their library. I fear I have contributed to the speculative angle.