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Episode Info: Answers to church tech questions on if Pro6 is right for us, live streaming sync, HDMI problems, & tricaster for churches Listen to the audio: Join the conversation; leave a comment below the video, or hit me up on Twitter (@PaulAlanClif) On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, answers to church tech questions on if Pro6 is right for us, live streaming sync, HDMI problems, & tricaster for churches Here are the latest questions: Jim Castleman via email Hi, Paul– I’m a pastor of a small church that is going to be losing our main music guy this coming year.  I need to be able to import music (hymns and praise-type songs) and project them onto a screen.  I’ve used Powerpoint for projecting words on the screen but am looking for something that will make the synchronization easier and the whole production process less time-consuming.  I’ve done as much research as I can on-line and have watched your videos, but most of them don’t seem to answer the basic question:  is this the right program for us?  I would need to get some Mac’s and then purchase the program and whatever else would be necessary.  I obviously don’t want to make the investment if this is going to be over-kill. Whadda ya think? Thanks, – Answer: ProPresenter is going to be the easiest and most powerful option. There’s free worship software, like OpenLP or OpenSong that you can try, but if ease is what you’re looking for, they may or many not work for you. I’d try them on a current computer first and if they work, go for it. If you find you need more, then go on and get Pro6. I don’t think you’ll regret it.  — Todd Wise via email Hello Paul, I am the media director at our church. We live stream services, bible studies and etc. For the past month I have noticed that the video and audio are not in sync. Could this be due to an upload speed issue with our ISP? We currently have 4mb of upload speed. I have also noticed that when I view the stream from my phone using the wifi it tends to buffer a lot but when I use my cellular 4g data it doesn’t have that issue. Would you let me know if there might be a solution to this issue? Members in the sanctuary are using the wifi as well as our church administration. Thank You – Answer:
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