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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 12 2011 1:52 AM

Wonder how many output feeds are planned for Proclaim ?

Also wonder if stage feed could show clock, music chords, and pop-up messages ?

Found planned implementation list on a competitor's web site (with $ 199 site license):

1) Projector feed types:
   Main congregation feed
   Alternate language congregation feed
   Stage feed
   Foyer feed (for looping announcements, slideshows, etc  all during the service)

2) No  hard limit to the number of feeds - As many feeds as your hardware can handle and that can be practical in the user interface.

3) Video backgrounds and transitions supported on all feeds.

4) Each feeds can have a real monitor output (like normal) or a network remote control output, or both.

5) Text over live video

6) Recording audio direct to mp3, not just wav files.

7) Redesigned user interface that remains easy to use but is more integrated and makes more efficient use of space.

Cool Tabbed/multiple cue lists and projector views. For instance you’ll be able to create a separate cue list for your foyer/announcement feed and auto-run that cue, then switch back to your regular cue list for the service. Also you’ll  be able to see what’s showing on any of your feeds by clicking on the different tabs above the mini-projector view/picture box.

9) Projector display templates will still be used but importing your own graphics will be much easier.

Keep Smiling Smile

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Jai Reid | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jul 14 2011 1:20 PM

Given what I've read on this forum, it sounds as if Proclaim is designed for smaller churches with simple A/V needs, so multiple feeds will likely not be in the cards.

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Bob Pritchett | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jul 29 2011 6:36 PM

At this point, Proclaim is designed to be easy for small churches to use. It's not really designed for churches that need a half dozen feeds and use multi-camera live video.

Proclaim does, though, support stage feeds (and more) directly to music stands -- if you put your iPhone, iPad, or Android device there. The Proclaim remote can be used in "read only" or "control" mode, and will have a "lyrics only" display, and eventually a presenter display, too. And no cables needed!

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Tom McKean | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Oct 14 2011 4:17 PM

Since you already have Android/iPad/iPhone being supported through the web, how about a browser interface?  This would allow a browser window to be placed on an alternate display.  There are several iPad apps that do something like this.  Simply point the browser to a specific IP address to receive the feed.  This would also allow non-Android/iOS phones and tablets to be supported without developing additional platform specific apps.

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