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Webinar: Enhancing Your Streaming - Shared screen with speaker view
Cantor Cindy Freedman
48:06
Yes, will a recording be availableble later?
Jerry Lewis
48:09
Thanks!
Cantor Neil Schwartz
48:34
Shalom! Todah for including the CA in this important webinar!
Cantor Cindy Freedman
49:28
Can you turn off the chines when people join?
Riki Lippitz
49:47
Can you give us all permission to record this?
Linda Sussman, USCJ
50:34
David Goldstein is the executive producer and founder of Smash Productions. Since 2006, Smash Productions has been helping clients produce conferences, galas, and special events. From content creation to content delivery, smash productions focuses on every technical aspect of an event and delivers content in the most engaging fashion on the proper platform.Moving to the virtual events world was seamless, as David has been live streaming since before it was “cool”
Bruce Berkowitz
50:37
Not to jump the gun, but I hope you can address how to feed a live stream into Zoom
Larry Moss
50:49
Will this session be about one-way streaming only, or will two-way like Zoom be discussed?
Linda Sussman, USCJ
50:55
This is being recorded and will be sent out.
Jerry Lewis
52:04
We're using Zoom so we can have interaction
Jennifer
52:41
Bruce Berkowitz - you just share you screen if you want the stream to show on Zoom.
Stephen Saxon
52:50
RTMP = Real Time Messaging Protocol (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real-Time_Messaging_Protocol#:~:text=Real%2DTime%20Messaging%20Protocol%20(RTMP,the%20protocol%20for%20public%20use.)
Jennifer
53:38
How do we leverage our Zoom needs? As individual synagogues, we are too small for them to pay attention to us individually.
Joel Servetz
55:49
Blackmagic Design Atem Mini or Mini Pro is a good choice for a switcher
Jennifer
55:51
How do you do the separate zoom meeting if people aren't supposed to touch their computer on Shabbat?
Marsha Kistler
55:59
In order to incorporate Zoom into our live stream so that congregants can participate from home, must we always have a TV in the sanctuary (live attendance + live stream + zoom)?
Jerry Lewis
56:07
Zoom can stream to Facebook or Youtube
Jennifer
56:22
This means that people with aliyot would need to go between two different zooms.
IJ Rosenblum
56:22
Are you suggesting putting the zoom as an input into the switcher and then the output of the switcher?
Jerry Lewis
56:25
A tablet will work
Richard Plavin
56:30
Similar question - are these suggestions in keeping with the Heller teshuva?
Jo-Anne ( JTZ)
56:31
USCJ has an agreement with zoom for discounts for our synagogues regardless of size.
Stephen Saxon
56:35
Integrating multiple Zoom feeds - are you talking about using something like OBS (Open Broadcast Studio Software) to consolidate the multiple feeds?
Rabbi Joshua Heller
56:54
Good question, Richard.
Stephen Saxon
57:03
To restate: What is the "switcher" you're describing?
Seth Front - Shomrei Torah Synagogue
57:04
But how do you get that TV to run the real time video feed and not the 1 min delayed broadcast feed, and view that within the sanctuary?
Ed Case
57:11
switcher types config/models.etc
Bryan Grossman
57:29
Can you talk a little bit more about the idea of a switcher for multiple cameras and then being broadcast into Zoom?
Eva Robbins
57:36
Don’t have a building or will be hiring outside person.
Benny Sommerfeld
57:45
Budget?
Larry Moss
58:26
We are lay-led and way too small to hire a production company. We'll be using Zoom without any external stream joining into zoom.
Robin Wolk
58:40
does someone have to do it in real time or is it preset?
Linda Zimmerman
58:43
Once it is set up is it easy to switch cameras (one click)
allen zabusky
59:04
What is the relationship of the switcher to the encoder?
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
59:05
so this allows people to be shilach zebu from home?
Mark Cooper
59:28
To clarify, is this webinar entirely about livestreaming technology?
Ben Rosner
59:37
What is an example of a switcher to buy?
Stephen Saxon
59:47
Perhaps a running chiron with the current page numbers?
Bryan Grossman
59:49
David mentioned Blackmagic
Alan Friedman
01:00:02
Is the titling done as a separate input source?
Cantor Neil Schwartz
01:00:09
There are lots of USCJ congs. in the “Small” and “Very Small” categories which cannot afford to bring in an outside company, even for the HHD.
Claus Dahm
01:00:15
BlackMagic Design ATEM mini or ATEM Mini Pro
Irene
01:00:15
We just installed a livestream camera in the sanctuary. Are you saying that with additional computers in the sanctuary we could have multiple views streamed out together?
Claus Dahm
01:00:43
Important - they are backordered these days - everyone is looking for them
Claus Dahm
01:01:02
The ATEM Mini (and Pro) supports 4 HDMI inputs
iPhone
01:01:05
any suggestions for doing service with no one in the sanctuary, all from our homes?
Will Samuels
01:01:07
Is your current screen setup done via OBS or are you using a different platform
Jennifer
01:01:25
If we hire a company, wouldn't they have their own switchers?
IJ Rosenblum
01:01:30
It might be helpful to at the end list some of these items (ie switchers, software switchers, etc)
David Proser
01:01:39
How about some advice for smaller congregations that plan to Zoom with one or two laptops or tablets?
Claus Dahm
01:01:42
one of the inputs can be used as power point input from a separate PC. This can provide overlays
Ben Rosner
01:01:43
Have you been able to send Zoom conferences to OBS to then stream out / achieve to Vimeo, Youtube and Facebook at the same time?
Bryan Grossman
01:01:44
If we use a software switcher, how do we connect the multiple cameras to the main computer that the switcher is on?
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:01:51
IF you have less than 100 screens and a low budget, you can do an awful lot with zoom and a good camera hooked up to a laptop.
Irene
01:02:02
Are you going to show us examples of how some synagogues are using these tools in shabbat or holiday programming?
Mindi Schwartz
01:02:13
can we get this information after the meeting
Claus Dahm
01:02:20
combine this with chroma keying - green screen
Karl Rubin
01:02:25
What is a ball-park price to hire a production person?
Zelene Lovitt
01:02:38
what about not accessing electricity during High Holidays or Shabbat?
Arlene Bryer
01:02:57
We're being quoted about $25K for three day production with multiple items
Stephen Saxon
01:02:59
Is your default working assumption that someone is in the synagogue? How many (raise of hands?) are planning to have nobody actually in the shul and everyone remote?
IJ Rosenblum
01:03:03
Karl - depending on what you want and where you are in the country 5K
allen zabusky
01:03:08
Are you familiar with the Live Control service which provides remote directing of services?
IJ Rosenblum
01:03:17
That is for HH
MadelynIsaacs
01:03:32
will this work if noone is allowed into the synagogue and rabbi and cantor (and participants) are in different locations?
Bill Magaliff
01:03:55
Yes, you can stream Zoom via OBS. You set up a window source for the Zoom meeting, plus an audio source from your machine or external microphone.
Joel Servetz
01:03:56
Blackmagic Atem Mini and Mini pro in stock at B&H Photo
reubenrohn
01:04:06
How do you manage congregational singing (if at all) since the Zooms I have experienced with smaller size <30 congregants is pretty much a “balagan”.
Arlene Bryer
01:04:18
Right now we think our Cantor may be in the sanctuary, everyone else remote
Will Samuels
01:04:43
Arlene Bryer- that is insane! (I'm in the wrong business apparently...)
Jennifer
01:04:44
@Reuben - we have our gabbai mute participants outside of the Amidah and the kaddishes,.
Riki Lippitz
01:05:01
I imagine that many of us will have the clergy and perhaps just a few others in the sanctuary - assuming for now that most of the congregation is going to be home.
Riki Lippitz
01:06:08
Playing a video of the choir singing - or recording different kids leading verses of a piyut, so that more people can be involved - will obviously look pre-recorded, but will be heartening
Shira Lissek
01:06:23
how do you create a live Switched production?
Shai Weis
01:06:35
That sounds similar to TouchCast
Eva Robbins
01:06:44
What makes you think it’s going to be boring?
Mindi Schwartz
01:06:45
how about fixed camera Rabbi May not like the idea of someone electronically
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
01:06:45
Our congregation decided not to do a choir
Benny Sommerfeld
01:06:50
how do you do the Popout streams?
Beth Shalom Synagogue
01:07:07
How do you add the pop up video like you mentioned at adas?
Shai Weis
01:07:30
When you say pop up, is that similar to an overlay?
Joel Servetz
01:07:35
can you mention the discount program from USCJ for Streamspot?
Benny Sommerfeld
01:07:37
software switch will be able to do this or specific hardware>
Stephen Saxon
01:08:05
Pop-Ups seem like a very confusing add-on to the stream.
Rabbi Mark Bloom
01:08:18
If you livestream from the sanctuary onto YouTube/FAcebook,, not via zoom, can you say again how you incorporate people speaking/singing/reading Torah from their homes?
TBS Education
01:08:20
What is the maximum video resolution quality Zoom allows? 1080p?
Will Samuels
01:08:22
Can you have multiple Zoom accounts on the same computer so you can switch between Zoom windows?
Russ Benblatt - BSBI
01:08:24
You're talking about a lot of interaction with tech on a Yontif
Jennifer
01:08:34
Seems like a lot of these ideas require a lot of individual usage of the computer.
Isaac Azerad
01:08:46
We have a PTZ camera and a robust laptop. What else do we need for livestreaming?
Jennifer
01:08:47
The RA is pretty strict about minimal usage.
Linda Sussman, USCJ
01:08:58
Contact your Synagogue Consultant for StreamSpot discounts
Stephen Saxon
01:09:01
Hard Wired = No Wireless Devices!
Jennifer
01:09:07
We even had issues on Shavuot because we needed a meeting longer than 24 hours.
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:09:12
We want to stick to the letter of the teshuvah as much as possible, so how much of this can you automate (turning cameras on automatically, etc.) so we need as little human intervention on Shabbat and yom tov?
Bill Magaliff
01:09:44
PTZ Camera plus good laptop are enough for streaming - we’re doing it now.
Cheri Weiss
01:10:11
I have a high end SLR Canon camera with software to connect to computer. Haven’t actually used it yet. Your opinion as to this option in conjunction with live-streaming with a livestream service? Thanks.
Claus Dahm
01:10:17
Important about bandwidth - focus on *uplink* 5Mbps is minimum for 720p (Facebook) - for 1080p (YouTube) - you need about 10Mbps
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
01:10:38
Yes we want to stick to the letter of the teshuvah. So our Rabbi said no zoom.
Shai Weis
01:10:41
I would think the SLR would be a great option. Far better than most other cameras.
Jennifer
01:10:44
How would we have a bonded connection from a residence?
Cantor Eliot Vogel
01:10:53
what is the preferred method of providing audio for a live service?
Jo-Anne ( JTZ)
01:11:03
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Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:11:15
Canon just issued new drivers to use DSLR as webcams - no audio but video is good.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:11:31
Some questions have come up about halachic implications. I’m watching to see the technical suggestions being made, and happy to have a follow-up session on halachic implications.
Bill Magaliff
01:11:40
Note that StreamSpot is way behind on providing equipment.
Mindi Schwartz
01:11:40
is anyone planning in synagogue services
Karen Farbman
01:12:00
will production companies be able to max the bandwidth
Jennifer
01:12:00
We might have the Rabbi and Cantor in the shul only.
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:12:18
StreamSpot told us we would have to find outside solution for multiple cameras, switcher etc that they don't provide.
Robin Wolk
01:12:21
you will need to get the Rabbi’s on board with this!!
MadelynIsaacs
01:12:45
does this only work if everyone is in the sanctuary? we are not permitted in building at all. we are planning to have rabbi and cantor at different locations. we have been zooming Shabbat services.
Shai Weis
01:12:52
Why would you need a bonded cellular unit if you're using Ethernet?
IJ Rosenblum
01:12:54
production company will tell you minimum speed/bond you will need from provider
haroldmessinger
01:12:56
Your opinion on best practice for audio- for voice and instruments
haroldmessinger
01:13:11
Guitars sound wonky on Zoom- any thoughts?
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:13:25
Shai Weis- you would need bonded cellular because even if you have ethernet, if the connection from your building to the world is down, ethernet won’t help
Stephen Saxon
01:13:46
Re: Halachic considerations - Here's the RA's response to Covid and streaming practices: https://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/story/high-holiday-guidance-communities-affected-covid-19
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:13:55
StreamSpot encoders back ordered but they will provide their encoder software for PCs as part of COVID-19 DIY solution.
haroldmessinger
01:14:03
Not using the soul’s system, rather using our own mics, and stuff
Stephen Saxon
01:14:30
Audio on Zoom - There's a Facebook group "Zoom for Musicians" that covers how to optimize audio for that platform.
haroldmessinger
01:14:45
Thank you Stephen Saxon!
Ben Rosner
01:14:46
Does zoom take in a stereo input?
Hazzan Ellen Arad
01:14:49
Does that eliminate the latency issue?
Ben Rosner
01:14:54
If I have an audio interface?
CSZ Meetings
01:15:04
How best to secure stream to members and ticketholders only?
Cheri Weiss
01:15:37
Thank you Shai. Even if the $3K video cameras were available now, I wouldn’t spend that kind of money on it. I think those of us with small congregations and small budgets should be careful not to panic by this (very informative) presentation. We will use what we have to make the best possible experience for everyone in terms of content and try our best to make the video and audio attractive.
Joel Servetz
01:15:52
output from Blackmagic Atem is seen by computer as a webcam
Stephen Saxon
01:15:54
Zoom is generally limited to monophonic sound. "Zoom for Musicians" has some hacks for stereo. Shared Screen mode streams in stereo.
Ben Rosner
01:16:09
What is zoom for musicians?
Beverlee Tiger
01:16:10
Im curious how many Rabbis permit offsite aliyot during the Torah readings?
Jennifer
01:16:47
We do not. We just use לעסוק בדברי תורה
Israel Gordan
01:16:53
our congregants are planning for at least some in person component of the service. As soon as we’re talking about online video production, why wouldn’t people just watch central synagogue or park avenue synagogue, which will obviously have the best looking and sounding service?
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:17:10
People do want to see their own rabbi/congregants.
Arlene Bryer
01:17:15
Ditto
Robin Wolk
01:17:22
will the production company be doing this in real time, ie a shabbas got, or can this all be set up beforehand? the Ra reference is not about production companies
Israel Gordan
01:17:44
which is why I want to learn more about best ways to integrate multiple zoom participants into our streamed service
Jerry Lewis
01:18:16
You can do Zoom registration ...
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:18:30
Couldn't you put the stream embed on a password protected page on your shul website, such as in the area used for personal account info, etc.?
David Proser
01:18:33
If services are streamed on Zoom via 2 laptops, one focused on the Rabbi and the upper bema, and the other focused on the Cantor and Torah readings at a lower bema, If everyone is muted except the two "hosts", wouldn't the speakers view feature of zoom automatically switch the focus to the view whichever one is producing audio?
Bill Magaliff
01:18:46
Israel Gordon - we stream a Zoom meeting with 2-3 participants. Took some work to get the audio right, but it works. Streaming is via StreamSpot
Stephen Saxon
01:19:10
Simply managing identity and access management for a medium to large congregation (let alone informing them of the login procedures) is a huge uplift (a lot of work).
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:19:20
David Proser- yes, but need to watch out for cross-contamination of sound feedback between the two laptops
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
01:19:41
Do you need a website for this?
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
01:21:28
does the professional provide the website?
Claus Dahm
01:22:53
what kind of switcher do you need to do this? bring in multiple Zoom contributors
Mindi Schwartz
01:22:54
r this people in synagogue for honors
Riki Lippitz
01:23:02
Synagogues across the country will be doing this...what provisions do we or the professional companies need to think thru, in order to be ready for the possibility of anti-semitic attempt to disrupt services?
Will Samuels
01:23:53
David Proser- I'm trying to figure out how to incorporate multiple zooms as well. The spotlight video feature would help with that.
IJ Rosenblum
01:23:59
ask for a production manager to work with the ritual committee to create a script and working production sheet
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:24:07
Weaponized youtube copyright takedowns are something i’m looking out for.
Ben Rosner
01:24:10
If I have an audio interface with more than two audio channels, is there a video recording software for Mac which can take multiple audio inputs?
Ellen Feit
01:24:13
Do you have names of production companies?
Claus Dahm
01:24:34
what software or HW do you use to bring people in?
Isaac Azerad
01:24:54
What is the best software/hardware for a virtual choir production?
Alan Friedman
01:24:56
How do you feed the multiple zoom rooms into the production switcher?
Isaac Azerad
01:25:11
Yes
Riki Lippitz
01:25:27
Pre-recorded choirs or Torah readings can easily be dropped into the livestream
Stephen Saxon
01:26:03
It would be helpful to have a demo / instructional session on some of these specific topics. 1) Multiple Zoom room integration; 2) Optimizing audio with multiple sources; 3) Optimizing switching from multiple sources; etc...
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:26:04
Does original audio use much more bandwidth?
Jennifer
01:26:05
If you're in a zoom room, you don't get to hear everything else going on.
Temple Emunah
01:26:12
Will you send the chat after the meeting as well? We can learn a lot from the questions.
Gisele Ellis
01:26:25
Use an external microphone with Zoom if you can at all. For those who are hard of hearing it makes an IMMENSE difference.
office@btbj.org
01:26:25
Could you use 3 laptops each with external cameras in the sanctuary and use one as the host to pin and switch from one viewer to another?
Avrhm Cohen
01:26:28
Do you need to be host to use original audio? Or, where do you find the original audio control?
Riki Lippitz
01:26:34
JLicense must be acquired by EVERY congregation! Reasonably priced and the right way to do it.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:26:42
The other thing is that someone could file a fake copyright claim to take down your stream on youtube.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:27:07
Not sure how to protect against it.
Andy Burger
01:27:11
You can broadcast music that is copyrighted as long as you obtain the right kind of license.
Stephen Saxon
01:27:18
Copyright = Anything published after 1928 would be under copyright, by default. Even older works (J.S. Bach, for example) have been flagged and blocked as "copyrighted material" by streaming services.
Sari Wisch
01:27:22
can you set up a livestream to go for more than 24 hours? Ex. Rosh Hashana is two days...how does this work?
Joel Servetz
01:27:23
can you discuss syncing the video and audio sends so there's no delay?
Jennifer
01:27:56
@Sari, you can. The problem is Zoom. They only allow a 24 hour meeting.
Judy Silver Or Shalom London
01:28:22
Can people log on to Zoom before the holidays begin?
reubenrohn
01:28:43
What is a JLicense? What does it cover and what is its purpose?
Jennifer
01:28:43
@Judy - yes. We do this, but once the meeting starts, they can only be in a waiting room for 30 minutes.
Sari Wisch
01:28:52
thanks. yes, I know Zoom only stays open for 24 hours
Jennifer
01:28:54
This means that you can't put everyone in a waiting room in between services.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:29:22
Facebook Live is an 8-12 hour time limit.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:29:33
Youtube can be as long as you want, but stops recording after 12 hours.
Ed Case
01:29:41
Streamspot has unlimited streaming
TBS Education
01:29:56
Streamspot can do it, but it will eat a lot of storage on your subscription
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:29:57
Though streamspot may stop recording at some point.
Riki Lippitz
01:30:00
https://jlicense.com/ All very clear and important to do.
Andy Burger
01:30:00
Can you talk about video production planning ?
David Proser
01:30:17
Do you need a paid service like Streamspot to feed into Facebook Live or YouTube Live?
Ed Case
01:30:23
Stramspot will not archive more than about 4 hours
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:30:43
Streamspot is working on fixing that.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:31:11
You can feed directly into FB live or youtube live without a paid service. (zoom will do either)
Shai Weis
01:31:12
What was that called?
Cantor Lipp
01:31:30
Imstillgraduating can be used as a platform for non-graduating purposes?
Bill Magaliff
01:31:34
StreamSpot says that they break out the streaming into appx 4Gb chunks - but haven’t tested yet.
David Goldstein
01:31:46
https://www.imstillgraduating.com/to-the-class-of-2020/
Marc Kraus
01:33:54
Sorry, came in late. Presumably you need a video capture card to grab HDMI input from a production switcher?
Steven Montag
01:34:16
What assumptions are you making about using all this on Shabbat or holidays that normally would not allow the use of electronics. Does this all fit under the guidance published by Rabbi Heller
Cantor Neil Schwartz
01:35:07
It would be wonderful to redo this entire presentation specifically for small congs. which cannot afford to hire outside help.
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:35:28
Steven- some yes, some no.
office@btbj.org
01:36:04
Yes, please. Geared to smaller congregation
Gail
01:36:05
can we get a copy of this meeting. I was not able to get in timely
Hazzan Alisa Pomerantz-Boro
01:36:06
Did he create this #imstillgraduating and may it be used for other custom uses? How?
Rabbi Joshua Heller
01:36:06
A lot depends on how much you are willing to have a non-Jewish person do on your behalf on shabbat.
Suzanne Schermerhorn Gloversville NY
01:36:41
Yes, plz, for smaller congregations!
Stephen Saxon
01:36:57
How about lighting?How about backgrounds?How about handing group mute?
Stephen Saxon
01:37:07
Linda, can you do a "raise your hands" poll to see how many here 1) Have already hired a production specialist; 2) Plan to hire a production specialist; 3) Considering hiring a production specialist; 4) Might have someone who can manage this; 5) Absolutely can't hire anyone to do this and don't have anyone in the congregation who's qualified to do it.
Linda Sussman, USCJ
01:37:15
1) Have already hired a production specialist; 2) Plan to hire a production specialist; 3) Considering hiring a production specialist; 4) Might have someone who can manage this; 5) Absolutely can't hire anyone to do this and don't have anyone in the congregation who's qualified to do it.
Karen Farbman
01:37:17
if Rabbi and Cantor want to be in separate rooms what is best way for them to communicate with each other?
Israel Gordan
01:37:26
another big question is: are there enough production companies for places that are looking (considering the HHDs are the same dates for everyone!)
IJ Rosenblum
01:38:05
you have to remember some production companies have hundreds of employees. Your production may only take 1 or 2
Stephen Saxon
01:38:09
Israel Gordan: Assume the answer is No... :-)
Riki Lippitz
01:38:12
For those wanting to include higher quality music options, these Jewish musicians are working to create usable files for synagogues: ArielWyner.com and BenRob Music. They are trying to make this affordable for all.
Robin Wolk
01:38:16
can you give us the presenter contact info?
Caren Rubin
01:38:20
Even medium sized shuls can’t afford production companies.
IJ Rosenblum
01:38:24
There are literally 10,000s of production people out of work right now.
jill borodin
01:38:27
Also helpful have a session geared towards congregations not willing to staff the streaming due to halactic issues
Ellen Feit
01:38:30
Please.
Hazzan Alisa Pomerantz-Boro
01:38:47
Thank you. How do we reach you? You will be inundated!!
Joseph Gole
01:38:55
How do we contact you?
Linda Sussman, USCJ
01:40:21
So put in the chat which option you are considering1) Have already hired a production specialist; 2) Plan to hire a production specialist; 3) Considering hiring a production specialist; 4) Might have someone who can manage this; 5) Absolutely can't hire anyone to do this and don't have anyone in the congregation who's qualified to do it.
Ed Case
01:40:23
Do you have a "FAQ" or "How to" on your companies website?
Marsha Kistler
01:40:28
Cost of production companies?
office@btbj.org
01:40:54
3 or 4
haroldmessinger
01:41:02
3 or 4
Ken
01:41:04
4 or 5
Suzanne Schermerhorn Gloversville NY
01:41:05
option 5
Ellen Feit
01:41:06
3 and 4
Cantor Lipp
01:41:10
Graduation site can be customized?
Riki Lippitz
01:41:12
thank you, very helpful to see bullet points as we share this video
Roger Lewin
01:41:14
4
Cantor Eliot Vogel
01:41:14
After this, for sure #2.
Israel Gordan
01:41:19
3
Will Samuels
01:41:22
Tooting my synagogue's horn- we've done some unique interactive Kabbalat Shabbat services on Zoom/FB. Check out facebook.com/ShirChadash
Caren Rubin
01:41:26
4
HaMakom Meeting Place
01:41:30
5
Mark Biddelman
01:41:33
can we get a copy of the chats on this webinar
michael krausman
01:41:35
5
Robin Wolk
01:41:41
is it pre-set or with a live person?
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:41:42
3 or 4
Bill Magaliff
01:41:45
3 or 4
Russ Benblatt - BSBI
01:41:46
3
Paul Schatz
01:41:49
2
Riki Lippitz
01:41:50
Is this an opportunity for you to train more unemployed Jewish production folks? We need them!
CSZ Meetings
01:41:51
1
Ross
01:41:53
4
Eva Radding
01:41:54
3? 4? 5?
Jennifer
01:41:55
3-4
David Proser
01:41:55
4
Linda Sussman, USCJ
01:41:56
This is being recorded & will be sent out
IJ Rosenblum
01:41:58
2 and have been interviewing companies this week
Karl Rubin
01:41:59
4
Stephen Saxon
01:41:59
Restate your company name?
TBS Education
01:42:00
Thank you so much David
Claus Dahm
01:42:02
4
Linda Moskowitz
01:42:09
4
Hazzan Ellen Arad
01:42:13
3 or 5
Amanda Glucklich
01:42:14
4/5
Bruce Berkowitz
01:42:16
4
Mark Biddelman
01:42:19
1
Steven Montag
01:42:24
4
Will Samuels
01:42:24
4
Lisa Neiman
01:42:27
1
Bill Magaliff
01:42:29
David - how proficient are you at OBS?
judy aronson kol emeth skokie
01:42:35
2 or 3
Stephen Saxon
01:42:36
OBS is rather confusing for a first time user. Do you have resources on flattening that learning curve?
jewisheducators@aol.com
01:42:49
4-5
Joseph Weisbord
01:42:59
should I go NDI or hdmi with my cameras
Cantor Neil Schwartz
01:43:11
Some of us are not seeing the Poll so that we might participate.
Adam Wohlberg
01:43:13
3
Eileen Kessner
01:43:21
4/5
Irene
01:43:24
2
Gail
01:43:51
5
Stephen Saxon
01:43:55
ANY wireless connections will add latency (delay) and instability.
jeff
01:43:56
What about SDI vs HDMI?
Hazzan Ellen Arad
01:43:58
Does choosing the original audio option on zoom address the latency issue?
Bill Goldberg
01:44:02
3 to 4
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:44:06
Ethernet connected camera with POE injector allows long run of cable.
Temple Emunah
01:44:12
David, what is your contact information?
CSZ Meetings
01:44:20
To use cellular bonding, do you need accounts on multiple ISPs?
Stephen Saxon
01:44:21
Ellen Arad - No, it doesn't.
Claus Dahm
01:44:30
HDMI can only be sent up to 50ft - but may not be reliable to all switchers
Mark Biddelman
01:44:37
So put in the chat which option you are considering1) Have already hired a production specialist; 2) Plan to hire a production specialist; 3) Considering hiring a production specialist; 4) Might have someone who can manage this; 5) Absolutely can't hire anyone to do this and don't have anyone in the congregation who's qualified to do it.
Amanda Glucklich
01:44:42
So put in the chat which option you are considering1) Have already hired a production specialist; 2) Plan to hire a production specialist; 3) Considering hiring a production specialist; 4) Might have someone who can manage this; 5) Absolutely can't hire anyone to do this and don't have anyone in the congregation who's qualified to do it.
Isaac Azerad
01:44:45
1
Ed Case
01:44:52
4
Claus Dahm
01:44:55
use SDI for the “long haul” - and convert to HDMI by the switcher
Riki Lippitz
01:45:03
2/4
Temple Emunah
01:45:05
2
Cheri Weiss
01:45:07
4/5
Suzanne Schermerhorn Gloversville NY
01:45:08
4-5
Hazzan Marx
01:45:10
4
Gisele Ellis
01:45:29
4 or 5
Seth Front - Shomrei Torah Synagogue
01:45:36
We do it ourselves: PTZ camera + OBS + Boxcast.com for streaming outward to our website & Facebook
Keith Lewinstein
01:45:50
If the Cantor is livestreaming from the sanctuary, is there a way to get the voices of a few congregants who are not in the room onto the stream, so people hear back-and-forth with the cantor?
Stephen Saxon
01:46:08
David's company name again?
office@btbj.org
01:46:22
smash productions
Linda Sussman, USCJ
01:46:27
I'll be sending that info
Mark Biddelman
01:46:42
can we get a copy of the chats from this webinar
Ed Case
01:46:43
Thank You...drinking from the fire hose!
Stephen Saxon
01:46:46
https://www.smashproductions.com/
Israel Gordan
01:46:51
or pre-recorded and pre-mixed
Marc Kraus
01:47:10
OBS as Zoom virtual cam?
Cheri Weiss
01:47:13
Seth, are you happy with Boxcast?
Stephen Saxon
01:47:14
david@smashproductions.com
Israel Gordan
01:47:23
thanks so much!
Cantor Ken Richmond
01:47:26
Thank you!
Will Samuels
01:47:28
Thank you very much- this has been helpful.
IJ Rosenblum
01:47:34
You can get a small chorus to sing together but it will be difficult and require them to stream separately and then feed that into a stream separately. Very Very advanced stuff.
iPhone
01:47:46
thank you!!!
Hazzan Ellen Arad
01:47:56
Very helpful, thank you!
Rabbi Dennis Linson
01:48:03
Yashar koach. Thank you.
Eva Radding
01:48:03
Thank you very much!
Marc Kraus
01:48:03
Thank you!
Bob Watts - Olam TIkvah
01:48:07
Thanks David and Linda for putting this together!
michael krausman
01:48:08
Thanks very much
Suzanne Schermerhorn Gloversville NY
01:48:11
todah rabah
office@btbj.org
01:48:12
thank you
reubenrohn
01:48:16
Thanks
Isaac Azerad
01:48:16
Thank you for an outstanding presentation. Would love to have the recording
Riki Lippitz
01:48:21
Superb - this recording needs to be sent to the entire USCJ/RA/CA list, together with the chat info. You taught us a great deal in a short time.
Stephen Saxon
01:48:21
Thank you, David for a very informative presentation! Thank you Linda for organizing this.
Adina Ackerman
01:48:23
Thank you
Markus Eisenbach (Knoxville, TN)
01:48:23
Thanks. Very useful information.
Rabbi Claudio Kupchik
01:48:38
Thank You!
Marsha Kistler
01:48:43
4
reubenrohn
01:48:47
Will this session be available
Cantor Lipp
01:48:48
Thanks so much!
Hazzan Alisa Pomerantz-Boro
01:48:52
Thank you!
Jeffrey Liss
01:48:54
Thanks
Adam Wohlberg
01:48:55
Thank you DAvid
Stephen Saxon
01:48:56
Linda what was that url?
Ken Simon
01:48:57
Thank You!
judy aronson kol emeth skokie
01:48:59
thank you very much
Aaron Gaber
01:49:00
Thank you
IJ Rosenblum
01:49:01
Thank you david
Cantor Larry Eschler
01:49:02
thank you
Robin Wolk
01:49:06
thankyou
Stephen Saxon
01:49:14
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