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Panasonic Cinema has recently developed a new tool for Live Events, concerts and broadcast called CineLive. Taking our VariCam LT 4K Cinema camera and adding our existing broadcast tools, enables Live or Live-to-Tape productions to attain a Cinematic look and feel. The VariCam LT’s low light performance and colorimetry is a market leader, coupled with DTS 4K or Multidyne 1080 Fiber Optic and the HRP control systems, enabling remote control of the cameras and performing functions such as remote iris, full painting, and shading. Combining all of these amazing functions in the camera, as well as B4, PL, PV of EF lens mount options, make CineLive the perfect option for Live Events!
About Fremont Studios
ABS and JVC invite you to a presentation of the new product line, with hands on demos and experts discussion panel. Come and check out the new GY-HC900 Connected Cam. Two convenient locations:
Wednesday, August 8th:
Register here for Bellevue, WA 1:30 → 3:30 PM
Thursday, August 9th:
Register here for Oregon City, OR 1:30 → 3:30 PM
JVC experts Alicia Reed and Matt Barrett will be in your area August 8th and 9th to give a presentation on The Connected Cam and KM-IP400 “Studio-in-a-box” products. They will also show other current JVC cameras, monitors and streaming accessories. You’ll see the latest JVC cameras like KY-PZ100, GY-HM660, GY-HM890, GY-LS300 and GY-HM250 cameras.
1:30pm – 2:00pm sign in and product viewing
2:00pm – 3:00pm JVC New Camera and Switcher Presentation
3:00pm – 3:30pm questions and product viewing
The new JVC GY-HC900 Connected-Cam Camera is a broadcast camcorder for use in the field or in studio configurations. It features three 2/3-inch CMOS image sensors and is equipped with two encoders and one decoder to offer IP connectivity not found elsewhere. The camera incorporates a new processing engine that enables recording and low latency streaming, and simultaneous decoding for return video and IFB audio.
JVC’s ProHD Studio 4000 and 4000S are self-contained 4 channel, live production and streaming switchers that offer professional results for just $6K-$8K each! You also get transitions, layering, effects and character generation. Here are links to more information about these JVC “studios-in-a-box:”
JVC KM-IP400 studio-in-a-box with automatic PTZ motion tracking:
JVC KM-IP4000S studio-in-a-box with instant replays and slow motion:
Experience Church.tv and Advanced Broadcast Solutions partnered up for another successful AVL Conference & Expo. Our event was created specifically with Churches and Houses of Worship in mind. These presentations are designed around understanding how technology can enhance your message. Click on the videos below to watch the first of the 6 part series:
AVL Conference & Expo 2018
Visit our House of Worship section for more information.
Friday, February 23 at 8:30 AM → 5:00 PM
Experience Church.tv — view map
Please register each person individually.
Continental breakfast and catered lunch will be served.
The AVL expo and conference is tailored for House of Worship teams, helping you learn about and demo new technologies.
While live streaming your service is easier than ever, there are still hidden challenges and hurdles that need to be addressed in order to engage your second audience. You will leave this event with the full confidence of building a technology solution for your House of Worship that will engage your audience.
9:00AM Welcome Message – Pastor Dennis Cummins (30 minutes)
9:30AM Experience Worship Music performance
9:45AM Vendor Visit
10:00AM Breakout Session (45 minutes)
- Lighting with Lucciano Cabrera of Chauvet – Auditorium
- Livestream tools and services with Scott Freeman of Invintus – Upstairs
10:45AM Vendor Visit / Question submissions
11:15AM Main Presentation (45 minutes)
- Keynote speaker David McCauley: “Intent” – Auditorium
This is just the story of why we should use technology versus why most do….It is a great session that helps people think differently about what they are doing. It covers sound, lights and video quickly for the general concept.
2. Projection for Churches with Kristin Ford of DPI – Upstairs
12:00PM Catered lunch from Verona / Q&A Experts Panel Discussion
12:45PM Music with Tony Hooper
1:00PM Breakout Sessions (45 minutes)
- Keynote speaker Tony Hooper: “Capturing “The God” Sound” – Auditorium
When a group of people in one room are in perfect unity and all hearts are focused on singing and worshiping Jesus, the volume goes up considerably. For those who have been privileged to hear or capture it, it’s a sound like no other. Now, it’s not just about the volume. There’s something interesting about the sound of unity. It sounds and feels as if God suddenly enters the room and inhabits it. One might describe it as, “The hair on my body stood up,” another might say, “I felt so heavy, like I couldn’t stand up,” and still another, “Did you hear that sound? It’s like the angels were singing.” It’s rare air and impossible to fabricate. In pursuit of this, many churches and record companies have tracked a record with professional musicians and added audience noise etc. but those recordings as well done as they are, don’t have, “The God” sound. In this session, let’s explore both the logistics and intangibles that will help us capture “The God” sound in our worship.
2. Sound Reinforcement with Sean Shallenberger of Electro-Voice – Upstairs
1:45PM Vendor Visit
2:15PM Breakout Sessions (45 minutes)
- 1. Mixing Audio with Mike Smith of Goldsmith – Auditorium
- 2. Keynote speaker Tony Hooper: “All Aboard To The Throne Room” – Upstairs
Everyone wants to get to the next level, but most aren’t willing to pay the price. Not as if you could buy it in the first place, but for musicians, tech people, and the singers, you can have the best gear in the world but not sound inviting to a congregation on Sunday Morning. The skill combined with the technology will produce a better sounding worship service for sure, but still there’s a level of dedication required to take a congregation into “The Throne Room.” God will use whoever and whatever He chooses when He chooses, but there will be many hours of personal and group rehearsing and preparing for thereto be a truly professional quality. Now, imagine combining professional quality with individual lives that are equally sold out to God and offer their best spiritual worship each and every service and then you get a sound can’t be defined or replicated by others.
3:00PM Breakout Sessions (45 minutes)
1. Producing in 4K with Craig Harper, Sony Faith – Auditorium
3:45PM Breakout Sessions (45 minutes)
1. Video for Livestreaming with Mark Siegel- ABS, and Dariel Cummins – Auditorium
2. Keynote Speaker David McCauley: “Audio Producing” – Upstairs
We are not just moving faders and turning mics on, we are producing. We are dynamically involved as part of the worship experience. In this class we will talk through some of the basics and dive into some of the deeper level of the art of mixing.
4:30PM Wrap Up & Prize Drawing
Brands and Experts on site to answer your questions: