How to Edit Video for Your Broadcast and Streaming Worship Service

by | Video, Video Connections, Webinars & Podcasts

Worship Facility editor Gene Lass and video expert Graeme Spencer present the best tips for editing video for broadcast and streaming worship service. Discussion will include necessary equipment and key techniques to make your service look polished and professional. Takeaways include:

  • The pros and cons of editing vs. livestreaming
  • Editing as a collaborative process
  • Useful tools and software for any budget
  • Using multiple cameras to aid video capture and the editing process
  • Editing best practices

Note: For your convenience, a link to the video will be emailed to all registrants, enabling you to watch the video at any time, as many times as you’d like. There will be no simulated live playback session.

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