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Our church is slowly expanding and we have recently decided to start recording our sermons on video. We have been doing this for a few weeks and have been uploading the sermons onto our church website so that people can watch them from there.
What we do right now is that we record using the Panasonic HDC-TM700, and get the audio straight from the mixer. I then take the video and edit in adobe premiere. I pretty much just add in the overlay of scriptures and add a little intro to the video.
After having to go through the sermon each to time to find the scriptures, and then copy and paste them into video, i decided there has to got to be an easier way to do this.
Is there a way that the scriptures being put up on the projector screen during the service using easy-worship can be put directly into the video. Like I'm not sure if that means we would need to get a video mixer, or anything like that, i'm, pretty new to this and learning. Just wondering what the common way of doing this is.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
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To answer your question, as always, it depends.
The easiest way to do it would be to do as you say and switch live. This is the way that it commonly done. The cheapest way is to do it the way you have been doing it.
Now there is another way to do it but it won't really save you on time. You can basically do a screen capture on the slide and then add that in to the edit stream.
If you have never done a screen capture before the easiest way to do it is to just hit "ctrl" key and "prt sc" key at the same time. Then open your favorite graphic editing software and create a new document and then paste into that document using "ctrl" key and "v" key, again at the same time. You will then see the image in your program and you can edit the image then save it out and then into premiere. I'm of course making an assumption that you are on a Windows computer.
We have the song lyrics and scriptures projected onto the screen in back of the pastor. We record the video into a Sony high def video camera with the audio fed directly from the mixer board. I use the firewire output from the camera to fed into an Apple iMac running Adobe Premier Pro with video capture saving the raw .Mov file right to the hard drive. I then compress the 19GB file to something under 1GB, then upload it to our Vimeo storage and then embed the video info into out website.
Check out "findpurposeatfaith.org" under the Weekly Sermon Videos section.
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