If you need the assistance of our Audio/Visual Team, please make arrangements ahead of time as requests may not be as easy as you think due to the specialized equipment that we use.
We request that any media that you need to use for Saturday services be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday at 5pm.
Please review the following table for requirements and restrictions of media content requests for Saturday services.
|Media Type||Formats Accepted||Restrictions|
|Music||.mp3 or CD||For liability reasons, we do not play music off phones or other personal equipment. We do not have equipment to play cassette tapes.|
|Video||.mp4, .mov, or DVD||We do not stream directly from YouTube, so if you need to play a video that is online, please email that request by Friday by the deadline listed above. We do not have equipment to play VHS tapes.|
|Streamed Media||YouTube, Spotify, etc.||We do not stream directly from the internet, so if you need to use streamed media, please email that request (if OK'ed by the Music Committee Leader) by the deadline listed above. Any requests on Saturday for streamed content will be rejected.|
|Slides||PowerPoint or Keynote||Do not embed fonts into your presentation. If you have a specialized font, please email the font file with your presentation. If you need to use your own laptop, we can hook up using VGA or Apple Thunderbolt. If you have your own adaptor, it needs to work with VGA.|
|Photos||.jpg or .png||Please provide photos with good resolution that will be clear using our projector.|
|Recording||Any Format||Due to copyright licensing issues, it is our policy not to provide recordings, especially music. Sermons are normally available afterward in our Media section on our website or on Vimeo.|
We understand that you may not be able to make it to church early, but please provide your CD or DVD to the Audio/Visual booth no later than 10:45am on Saturday.
Most household computers have the ability to rip music off of your CDs, so if you have a computer at home, please try and rip the music file ahead of time into MP3 format and email it to us. As a backup, you may want to still bring your CD.
We don't mean to sound picky, but there is a significant amount of concentration and coordination by the Audio/Visual team that takes place in those 15 minutes before services start and we appreciate your efforts in respecting these policies.
The Gainesville Audio/Visual Team