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Westminster, CO - August 6, 2019 - Living As One, LLC has officially released the RAY Encoder, bringing the high-quality transmission of Living As One’s Resilient Streaming Protocol to a smaller, more portable form factor. The RAY complements Living As One’s existing...
We toured Elevation's broadcast site in Ballantyne, NC to see how they stream and produce consistently excellent services across their 19 locations and online. In this video and post, we discuss: Why Excellence Matters to Elevation Church (0:00) Production Tour of...
My church has decided to go multisite - how do I stream from one site to another?Learn how churches such as Elevation, Life.Church, Seacoast and many others reliably and affordably transmit video from one to many sites.There are many reasons a church may decide to...
DENVER, CO – November 12, 2018 – Living As One has announced the release of the Web Platform, a groundbreaking system that completely automates high-quality and ultra-reliable online video streaming for any organization. Using technology originally designed for the...
Living As One Streams 2018 Global Leadership Summit to Churches and Corporations Across Common Platform with HEVC
Living As One, LLC provided video broadcast systems for the 2018 Global Leadership Summit (GLS), hosted by Willow Creek Association, to churches, organizations, and corporations across North America. The Living As One Multisite Platform™ with HEVC simplified and enhanced participation in the event for regional live viewing sites.
In November 2002, a small group from Tulsa, OK came together with an ambitious goal — to form a new church in the Tulsa area that was centrally focused on community. Soon later, theChurchat Battle Creek opened its doors to a capacity crowd in a converted mall. From there, the church grew exponentially, forming 5 new campuses with a combined attendance of over 6,000.
Like many others in his field, Rick Russell, Production Director at Seacoast Church, faces a big challenge in streaming church services to the church’s multisite campuses. With 13 physical campuses spread throughout South Carolina, some in rural areas, multisite streaming reliability is critical for Seacoast. Russell explains, “from a leadership perspective . . . our number one most important priority from the production team is to provide the best quality video and playback at our campuses.”
Previously to the “sneakernet” approach, the church had attempted streaming solutions, usually ending in failure. According to Den Marlin, Worship Pastor at Northwoods, “Our previous solution to running the video on the weekend had a hundred percent failure rate so every weekend we knew it was going to fail at some point and our hope was it would fail during rehearsal where nobody would see, but that wasn’t the case.”
When it comes to choosing equipment for Flatirons Church, broadcast-grade reliability and scalability are at the top of Robb MacTavish, Live Production Director’s list.
Momentum Church, a multi-campus church in Pensacola, Florida, has successfully transitioned from using pre-recorded video of their Sunday service to live mobile streaming with cellular hotspots. Neither of the two schools where the church’s portable campuses meet was able to provide access to a hardwired internet connection, so Momentum’s technical team deployed a cellular option. “This opens the door for churches everywhere who want to get their message out, but don’t have access to cable or fiber internet,” explains Alex Velarde, a pastor at Momentum.
Mark Shrimplin, Technical Director, and Mark Steel, Video Technical Coordinator, have been a part of our customer family since January of 2016. Throughout our time getting to know both Marks, we have enjoyed hearing their rich multisite history. Among the pioneers of multisite video streaming since 2002, they were one of the first to make it happen over the public internet, so of course that makes us natural fans of them.