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Streaming equipment setup before service

  • Turn on desktop
  • Turn on mixer
  • Login to desktop
  • Turn on laptop
  • Login to laptop
  • Get a Kindle Fire the Roku and confidence monitor remote
  • Turn on Roku TV in foyer
    • Select HDMI input
  • Turn on Confidence monitor
  • Turn on center PTZ Optics camera
  • Turn on right PTZ Optics camera
  • Turn on preamp
  • Ensure HDMI selector is set correctly
    • Foyer: 1
    • Confidence: 1 (stream) or 4 (HDMI)
    • Projector: 4
    • Computer: 4
  • On Laptop
    • Unplug Elgato HD60 S+ USB C cable and plug back in
    • Wait for Elgato HD60 S+ to finish booting (extended monitor will show extended laptop desktop) 
    • At the bottom right click volume icon in system tray and check speakers are set to HD60 S+ (High Definition Audio Device) with volume set to 100%
    • Open Proclaim
      • "Relaunch" if program requests a restart to update
      • Under File > Open Recent select "Sermon slides"
      • Wait for file to fully load
      • Click "ON AIR" button near top right
      • Check extended HDMI monitor and vMix input for working Proclaim sermon slides display
  • PowerPoint remote
    • Add charged batteries
    • Check slide remote controls movement on laptop Proclaim or PowerPoint
  • On desktop
    • At the bottom right click volume icon in system tray and check speakers are set to OUT 1-2 (BEHRINGER X-LIVE) with volume set to 100%
    • Open MultiView Lite
      • ADD STEPS
    • Open Chrome
      • Open SpeedTest link change speed test server to something other than MUS FiberNet and run speed test.  Speed test should show at least 50 upload Mbps.
      • Open YouTube Live tab by clicking the YouTube Live toolbar link
        • "View in Live Control Room" Sabbath School and Church service
      • Open Facebook tab by clicking the Facebook toolbar link
        • Click "Create" "Live" button in middle center
        • Type in Title "Sabbath School and Church 2-13-2021"
        • Copy the YouTube stream description
        • In middle column under Setup Options
          • Toggle on Persistent Stream Key
        • Under Settings > Stream
          • Toggle off "End live video if stream stops"
          • Toggle off "Embed live video"
          • Toggle on "Unpublish after live video ends"
        • Under Settings > Viewing
          • Toggle off "Allow viewers to rewind"
        • Scroll back to the top until the black background with "Waiting for live video" appears
    • Open UberConference
      • Maximize window
      • Click "Start new conference" on the left midway up
      • Click "Settings" button near top left to ensure
        • Camera: Disable Camera
        • Microphone: IN 1-2 (BEHRINGER X-LIVE)
        • Speakers: OUT 1-2 (BEHRINGER X-LIVE)
      • Click "x" in Device Settings
      • Click "Start Meeting" near top left
      • Click "Stop hold music" at top right
      • Click "DYNAMIC" button and select "Grid View" at bottom Right
      • Click "Organizer Controls" drop down list and select "Mute All" at bottom left
    • Open Proclaim
      • "Relaunch" if program requests a restart to update
      • Under File > Open Recent select "Streaming" with current date and service time
      • Wait for file to fully load
      • Click "ON AIR" button near top right
    • Open vMix
      • Open Stream vMix file
      • Ensure Mevo, PTZ Center, PTZ Right, HDMI, and Proclaim windows are live
      • If the HDMI is black, unplug the USB C from the Elgato HD60 S+
      • Wait for Elgato HD60 S+ to boot, then right click over black on vMix HDMI windows and select change option
      • Under Camera select "Game Capture HD60 S+" in the drop down menu
      • Click the "OK" button towards bottom right
      • If the popup window preview screen shows an active HDMI capture (same as monitor below vMix monitor), the click the "X" at the top right of the popup window
      • At the bottom center left click the Stream button
      • At the top center right Stream 1 2 should be visible in red
    • On streaming desktop Chrome
      • On the YouTube Studio tab, click "GO LIVE" at top right
      • On the Facebook Live tab, click "GO LIVE" at bottom left 
  • Tablets
    • Kindle Fire 1 Setup
      • PTZ Left Camera
    • Kindle Fire 2 Setup
      • PTZ Center Camera
    • Kindle Fire 3 Setup
      • PTZ Right Camera
    • Kindle Fire 4 Setup
      • Proclaim remote control
    • Vankyo 1
      • Google Voice messages for praise and prayer time leader(s)
    • Vankyo 2
      • Google Voice messages for tech support alerts
      • YouTube and Facebook streaming test with headphones
  • Test streams for audio and video output

During service

  • Overall
  • Coordinate with platform elder, Sabbath School superintendent, Praise and Prayer leader(s)
  • Record and stop for SS Lesson
  • Copy SS Lesson and Sermon recordings with pictures or slide information on thumb drive for post editing
  • ***Communicate with audio for any special sound settings
    • HDMI EXPLAIN
    • vMix video, call EXPLAIN

After church

  • Trim Sabbath School and Sermon YouTube in place if can split both
    • ****NOTES****
    • ***Try on different computers since YouTube may provide rendering on its servers***
  • Update website for past videos LINK and LIST

Maintenance

  • Windows Update
  • Microsoft Office update
  • vMix update
  • Proclaim update
  • Zoom update
  • Upgrade PTZ Optics camera firmware with major upgrade (like NDI HX2)

Surprise video or PowerPoint

  • Copy files to laptop main desktop
  • Remove USB drive
  • Test files by running them on extended desktop monitor in full screen
  • Ask when to play files in service (write down in bulletin or order of service)
  • Turn on projector
  • Lower the screen
  • Turn shutter on projector
  • Communicate with sound person when to unmute HDMI input
    • Be specific
  • If PowerPoint, add batteries and test the remote [location as Greg shows]
  • Give PowerPoint remote to presenter (remember to make the PowerPoint window active just before the presentation)
  • Remember to return PowerPoint remote and charge the batteries after the program
  • When the time comes for the video or PowerPoint to play, turn shutter off on projector [location as Greg shows]