Live Streaming Systems
With the way we interact, communicate and worship changing, the ability to stream meetings, presentations, and worship has become a critical element. We have a variety of options to help you and your organization get set up with a business or church streaming system.
Church Streaming Systems
One of our specialties is Church streaming systems. We work with both small and large Houses of Worship to help them with their streaming needs.
We offer free consultations and will evaluate camera location(s), lighting, control options, audio pickup, and streaming services to provide you with the best solution. We provide full service for setting up live stream for Church.
Streaming for your Business
Our design team can help your business with both simple and complex streaming systems. Whether you need to have your Zoom call on a TV or you need a complete conference room overhaul, we have options for all budgets and needs.
Learn more about our conference room systems here.
Recent Streaming Systems
Frequently Asked Streaming Questions
A PTZ camera, also known as a “pan-tilt-zoom” camera is able to move around as well as zoom in on an area or person. These are often coupled with a joystick controller, though some cameras can be controlled with a remote or iPad.
PTZ cameras range from $1,300 to $1,800 on average.
An encoder is a piece or hardware or software feature which allows you take audio and video and embed it to your streaming service. The type you need depends on several factors and we can help you select one that best matches your system.
A basic streaming system consists of a laptop, encoder, camera and some sort of audio capture device.
Our Streaming Products
We have various fixed and PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras for different needs.
We offer hard-wired joy-stick based camera controllers, as well as wireless camera control with an iPad app.
We carry a variety of video switchers to handle multiple camera and sources. Sometimes a switcher is just for streaming, and other times they can be used for live production. We can help with HDMI vs. SDI and select the best solution for your setup.