Creative Inspiration Mapping TVs

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Creative Inspiration Mapping TVs

Creative inspiration can come from anywhere. For some it’s a movie or video. For others it’s music or the written word. For still others it’s spending time in the quiet outdoors. Wherever you find your creative inspiration, be sure to take some notes so you can act upon the inspiration and ideas later.

Recently, I had the chance to see what a church outside of Charlotte, NC was doing with a few TVs and some creative inspiration.

The tech team at Parkwood recently tried out Pro Video Player from Renewed Vision for the first time. They wanted to do something new and creative. Taking 4x 50” TVs and turning them vertical, they were able to spread them out in a layer in PVP. From there, there were able to set the target to span across all displays.

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Because of the wide target area, they took advantage of the ultra wide content they had compiled from Triple Wide Media  over the past few years and used them as background visuals. Using a MacBook Pro as the Master in the production booth firing commands to 2x Mac Minis on stage in slave mode, they sent each Mac Mini signal to power 2 of the TVs.

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Check out a quick video here to see the TV’s in action.

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A big thanks to the Brandon and the team at Parkwood Baptist Church for sharing their setup with us and giving a little behind the scenes view. It’s always fun to see what folks are doing! We love sharing creative inspiration from across our community. If you have a setup you’d like to see featured, send us an email at and we’ll take a look!

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Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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