Another every seventh week feature, which will debut in October, is Crosstalk. It will tie all the Destiny Worship Center campuses together during services so pastors can share news and activities. “They will be able to talk to each other live – everybody will be able to see everybody,” Moore explains. “This is where Analog Way’s scaler is important: The lead pastor will appear in a big PIP on screen while the others will be in smaller PIPs. There can’t be a significant delay campus-to-campus so we invested in NDI technology over Metro E SD-WAN to deliver the live feed.”
Moore notes that a key reason for choosing Analog Way Pulse 4K was its “simplicity of use and foolproof operation. We have eight paid staff in production media across the campuses and probably 25 volunteer slots that are filled by 110 people in rotation,” he points out. “One paid staffer runs the Pulse 4K in Destin, but everywhere else it will be volunteers. So it makes a difference that the system is so intuitive and easy to use.
“The capabilities of the Pulse 4K are more than enough for us now, and new firmware is constantly coming out along with new training programs,” Moore notes. “It’s just great for all we plan to do.”