Utilizing two adjacent worship spaces simultaneously presented a unique set of challenges and opportunities for video. The new worship space received a wide-aspect Da-Lite screen, selected to serve as the primary worship display. In order to handle content and the wide aspect ratio, ProPresenter was paired with ProVideo Player, both by Renewed Vision. Adding ProVideo Player into the mix allowed for the center screen to be treated as a canvas, providing the opportunity to take lyrics from ProPresenter and combine them with wide-aspect backgrounds, pre-recorded videos, or even live video for IMAG. The main screen projection was achieved using two blended Panasonic 10,000 lumen laser light source projectors.
The client's existing Ross Carbonite switcher was improved by the addition of a new Ross NK routing system to allow a single control room to operate both rooms independently. This provided the church with the ability to produce and stream the sermon from one space during the first service, then toggle to the second worship space for their second service each Sunday, all with minimal effort. During this process, the client also requested the ability to stream on time-delay the sermon from one worship space to the other so that both congregations can receive the same message each Sunday, while still providing a consistent order of worship and experience. To accomplish this, both the existing and new worship space were equipped with a Panasonic 4K fixed camera to provide a live pastor shot. This all could be recorded by a GrassValley T2 Turbo DDR which allowed for time delayed playback in the other worship space. The recorded message was played back on a Da-Lite Wireline screen that drops to floor level. This allows for a life-size projection on the worship stage at the preaching position, providing a more realistic and engaging presence for the worship space viewing the recorded message. The sermon image was projected using a third Panasonic 10,000 lumen laser projector.