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Atlanta HOW invests in Analog Way’s Midra 4K

Atlanta HOW invests in Analog Way’s Midra 4K

Atlanta HOW invests in Analog Way’s Midra 4K


The Korean Community Presbyterian Church of Atlanta has invested in a trio of video mixers and presentation switchers from Analog Way’s Midra 4K product line to drive projection screens in the main sanctuary and Love Chapel. Genesis Technology of Chantilly, Virginia, served as the integrator. The church purchased two Analog Way QuickVu 4Ks and one Pulse 4K system. The new systems replace older switching and give the church 4K capabilities for the first time.

“The upgrade was driven by the church wanting to improve the quality of livestreaming for its services during Covid-19,” explained Michael Yoo, senior systems engineer at Genesis Technology. “With the congregation now worshipping from home, everyone noticed the poor video quality of the livestream. So, the church decided to invest in new switching that will solve that problem and serve them well over the next decade.”

The Pulse 4K and one of the QuickVu 4Ks have been installed in the main sanctuary where they drive a pair of IMAG projection screens with graphic lower thirds and a confidence screen for those onstage. Three Eiki projectors are used as well as four cameras (soon to be increased to seven) to capture content and four computers to feed graphics. The second QuickVu system is in the Love Chapel, which is used by young parishioners in another building on campus. It drives a large centre projection screen and confidence screen.

The Korean Community Presbyterian Church of Atlanta employs three professional AV staff members for the main sanctuary. “Analog Way products are very easy to teach, program and operate,” added Yoo. “It took the staff less than one hour to figure out how to operate the systems and teach other volunteers. It was a very easy transition from the old system. We spent about a day with the staff saving memories and making presets so now they can just push a button and that’s it.

“I can’t say enough good things about Seth and his team at Analog Way,” Yoo continued. “We were not the only contractor bidding for this project, and Analog Way was really helpful in closing the deal and supporting the installation. The church has received so many compliments from people watching services online – they immediately noticed how great the quality of the livestream was, it’s the difference between night and day. Everyone is very happy.”

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