This past Saturday (March 2, 2013) I attempted a video style and resolution format I had never expected I could do. I enjoy doing new things, and when Pastor Roland asked me to create a video to show for LVBC’s mission banquet that would give our people a perspective of what God has been able to do through them, the wheels in my head began to turn. I wanted to create a video that would inspire, motivate and excite people to continue or become a part in how God was using our church.
The thought that sparked my thinking about having three screens was when Pastor Roland shared a story of how Esther was baffeled that the same image was two screens on two different walls. I then laughed in my head at the thought of how funny it would be to have a video going back and forth between two walls, and then it hit me that we still had the screen in the middle of the auditorium from the previous projector. I immediately began my research and discovered that for just a few bucks on ebay for connections, our apple tv, and the use of my brothers laptop I could pull off showing a video on all three screens. After testing and knocking out a couple major hiccups out of the way I loaded a blank 3072 x 720 template screen in After Effects and dove into working on it and inspite of a nasty sickness, a trip Washington to my Fiancé , developing and filming a teenage feature movie, and many other projects along the way, the video was ready to show.
I’ll be creating a short video down the road just to show some of the geeky people the gruesome details of what went on to make this video a reality. I think you already knew that wasn’t as easy as it looked 🙂
A Big Thank you to all these people who had a part in this video: