5,600-capacity Church Uses Renewed Vision PVP2 to Deliver Video to 3 Big LED Displays
Calvary Orlando, an Assembly of God Pentacostal Church, turned to Renewed Vision PVP2 (ProVideoPlayer2) media server to display content on two 16x10-foot and one 36x10-foot LED displays.
Known as a lively church, Calvary Orlando—an Assembly of God Pentecostal Church in Winter Park, Fla., realized it had to step up its audio-visual game to keep 5,600 congregants engaged. It turned to Renewed Vision PVP2 (ProVideoPlayer2) media server to display content on two 16×10-foot and one 36×10-foot LED displays.
PVP2 also provides church content for producers to get creative. Users can display the same or different content across all three screens; or show the same content on the two side screens with a more powerful message at the center.
While a single PVP2 user interface creates and controls multiple real-time video LED displays or a video wall, the church’s lighting director Kirk O’Connor prefers to control it using the same grandMA2 light console from MA Lighting that controls the theatrical LED displays and lighting grid, according to a Renewed Vision press release.
“With so many creative options and capabilities, it’s easy to control how the show plays out, including the video, graphics, layers and effects,” he says.
“At the click of a button, the images come up on the LED displays and support our pastor’s sermons, our live musical performances, and other aspects of the service in a very natural, integrated way.”
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