More Permanent Setup for Sacrament Meeting Broadcasts

Using the Church Webcasting System, YouTube, etc. Including cameras and mixers.
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Re: More Permanent Setup for Sacrament Meeting Broadcasts

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Mikerowaved wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 11:27 pm In fact, the last I heard (from my FM manager) is the presiding bishopric has made it clear that NO ward meetinghouses are to be modified for camera installs.
Which seems a tad odd considering that webcasting for the shut-ins is allowed. It's no longer just a pandemic thing. I can only guess that they believe it's a situational issue for most wards, so it won't really per permanent for most buildings.
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Re: More Permanent Setup for Sacrament Meeting Broadcasts

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We just had an Ethernet socket and an audio output socket installed in a more usable location than on the stand.

FM were really cooperative and quick to complete the install from time of request.

Ok, we don't have any permanent camera mounted, but we do have 2 new wall boxes that are specifically for plugging camera gear into.
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Re: More Permanent Setup for Sacrament Meeting Broadcasts

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Wattsuk wrote: Wed Apr 20, 2022 10:44 am ...but we do have 2 new wall boxes that are specifically for plugging camera gear into.
Love it! Yes, our FM has also been responsive for putting LAN jacks where we need them in ward buildings. That's now giving the creative side of my brain a good workout. 8-)
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