Starting Video Production: Equipment Needs?

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    • #38740
      AvatarAnonymous
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      We are contemplating a video feed of our service to another building on the property. Are there any prior discussions on this topic? I need to know what basic equipment will be required. Thanks for any help.

    • #168487
      AvatarAnonymous
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      No. That pretty much sums it up. The feed will terminate at the remote location display which will be about 120ft from production. Currently we have a 60+ inch television that we’ll use. Eventually, we are going to mount a projector on the ceiling and install a drop-down screen.

    • #168488
      AvatarAnonymous
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      What are video DA’s ?

    • #168489
      AvatarAnonymous
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      DA’s are distribution amplifiers. These are very useful when you need one signal for multiple recievers.

    • #168490
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Our control room is in the back of church. We have a D. Amp that feeds a monitor in the ladies lounge, 40′ away, and to our Nursery, 150′ away, and then to our social hall, 160′ away and from there to our Chappel, another 170′ away. We are using R6 coaix and the signal carrys real good. We feed our 2 70″ TV’s in the sanctuary with S VHS amps that convert to twin R6 coaix cables and then back to S VHS at the TV’s. Hope this helps.
      You can e-mail me at ko6ykb@earthlink.net

      Good luck

    • #168491
      AvatarTedClench
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      About signal runs, we use S-video cable all the way, and are not having any problem. 250ft from the cameras to the control room, and from there the signal is split and processed by several DAs and sent to recorders, a titler, and the next room over. (Our budget isn’t big, like nill.)

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