Communicating through various forms of media to enhance your connection with the story of God's love.
The Technical and Media Departments are a key part of the Church. If it weren’t for these teams of talented individuals, we would be without sound, lights, media, video and special effects…all of the things that make a service run smoothly.
Communicating through various forms of media enhance our ability to connect with people each Sunday and through the rest of the week.
TECH TRAINING SESSIONS
Technical Training 01
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Lyric Projection 101
Meet dLive Audio
Learn camera operation, Lyric Projection basics, and meet our new dLive console.
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Get Involved with our Team
If you have Technical experience let us know.
Know your way around projection equipment? Contact Donny: email@example.com
Interested in being involved with our Tech Team Audio and Staging. Contact Lukas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Think you'd like to try your hand on camera? Contact Denis: email@example.com
Our Media Department works hand in hand with the Christian Performing Arts [cpacentre.org]. We often get asked how we do things and what we use to accomplish our presentations.
Tools of the Trade:
Presentation Software: ProPresenter 6, PVP3
Presentation Hardware: Extron WindoWall [For Centre Screen Blend]
Switcher: FOR-A Hannabi 350
TripleHead2go DP, DE
The Big Picture.
A new theatrical presentation to Church on the Queensway this year, that has a more intimate staging. The complexity of staging brough us to using three rear-projected screens that provide the shows backdrops. The benefit of course was having the flixbilty of digital imagery for the show.
We accomplish this look by using three separate screens hung from the lighting rig. Each screen had a designated projector that were controlled with a Matrox Triple-Head-2GO. This allowed us to treat the three screens as one unified background display that could handle animated and static imagery.
Crazy Christmas 2014.
This year we wanted to added something new to the background of our larger than life set. Something lively and engaging that would also fill in some of the negative space above our set.
We decided to hang four large ornaments that we would project onto. Projection would allow us to make the ornaments come alive and match each scene throughout the musical.
Using Corrugated Plastic for the ornaments with some bedazzled glitter we used our centre projection system to light everything up. Using a combination of Keynote, Photoshop, ProPresenter 5 and Motion we created a projection template. Next, each scene had a video created to fill each of the four ornaments with colours, bobbly figurines and disco balls.
In the end we had a lively new addition to our set and our musical.
If you'd like to more, let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Using a gride to create an exact template
Editing the template
Testing simple colours on CoraPlast ornaments.
Adding dimension looking ornament videos