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Using Feeds


EasyWorship can project images from your computer through external devices (DVD, VHS, Camera(s), and Mixer) using a capture card. Most capture cards are PCI cards that are installed into PCI slots on the motherboard of your computer. Each capture card has its own input connections. Some are RCA (composite) jacks, some are S-video, and some are FireWire IEEE1392. It is important that you determine the type of interface cable desired before you order your capture card.



FireWire IEEE1392 has some latency that is noticeable. This option may not be desirable if your audience can see the source and output screen.  Some capture cards do not work well with multiple cards of the same type. Please go to the System Requirements on for a list of suggested cards.


Adding a feed:

  1. Open  EasyWorship.

  2. In the Resource area, click the Media tab.

  3. Click the Feeds tab.


  1. Click Add.

  2. The Add Feed dialog box appears with the installed capture cards listed under Available Input Devices.



  1. Click the capture card to which you want to connect the device.

  2. Type a name for the device in the Name box.

  3. Select the type of device from the Device list.

  4. Click Advanced.

  5. The Advanced Feed Options dialog box appears.

  1. In the Input Device list, click whether you are connecting by Composite or S-video.

  2. In the Resolution list, set the resolution to at least 320x240 or 640x480.

  3. Leave the Frame Rate at the default setting of 29.97.

  4. Leave the Video Standard at the default setting.

  5. Leave the Color/Compression at the default setting.

  6. Click OK to return to the Add Feed dialog box.


  1. Click OK when you are done.

The added device appears in the Resource area. To add additional devices repeat steps 1-10.


Deleting Feeds:

  1. In the Resource area, click the Media tab.

  2. Click the Feeds tab.

  3. Click the device that you want to delete.

  4. Click Delete.

  5. A message appears asking you if you want to permanently delete the feed.

  6. Click Yes to delete the feed.


Editing Feeds:

  1. In the Resource area, click the Media tab.

  2. Click the Feeds tab.

  3. Click the feed that you want to edit.

  4. Click Edit.

  5. Make the desired changes.

  6. Click OK.

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