Using Tabernacle Choir YouTube videos for Virtual Stake Conference Webcast Music

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Re: Using Tabernacle Choir YouTube videos for Virtual Stake Conference Webcast Music

Postby kentjorgensen » Fri Mar 12, 2021 10:09 pm

We are planning on using downloaded Tabernacle Choir MP4 videos from the church's website for prelude and hymn numbers for our virtual attendance Stake Conference coming up. I feed the video into the EMtech panel using the "AUX IN" switch and a VGA input from the laptop playing the MP4. The video looks good when viewed within the stake center over the analog video system. However when viewed as a webcast, as the virtual congregation will view it, the MP4 is fairly blurry. The view of the pulpit and speaker is fine. It's just the MP4 videos.
Has anyone else experienced something like this?

Also, is there an easy way to overlay a title onto the MP4 videos we are using for the prelude like "Meeting will start at 10:00 a.m."?

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Re: Using Tabernacle Choir YouTube videos for Virtual Stake Conference Webcast Music

Postby lajackson » Sun Mar 21, 2021 1:55 pm

sbradshaw wrote:If you go to the General Conference Music page:
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/general-conference/music?lang=eng
You can find all of the audio files.

Your marvelous link no longer works, but this one does.

https://www.thetabernaclechoir.org/watc ... brary.html

I had a last minute stake conference request and had to scramble. I love how things are always so dependable in an ever-changing world.

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Re: Using Tabernacle Choir YouTube videos for Virtual Stake Conference Webcast Music

Postby mashcraft » Sun Mar 21, 2021 10:07 pm

kentjorgensen wrote:
Also, is there an easy way to overlay a title onto the MP4 videos we are using for the prelude like "Meeting will start at 10:00 a.m."?


If you run the video through a mixer like a BlackMagic ATEM this is easy and you can also add speaker titles like they do for general conference.

Baring that, you could edit the MP4 to add this fairly easily. A 7 day free trial of Adobe Premier could meet your needs. There are numerous other video editing options.

Mike


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