Mosaic—a Southern California church with more than 3,000 regular attendees—is among the first houses of worship in the nation to adopt an end-to-end native 4K-resolution file-based video workflow for media content creation.
To expand the reach of its message through media outlets—such as YouTube, social media, and their podcasts—Mosaic has built a 4K capable broadcast facility in the heart of Hollywood.
“Our goal is to shoot and produce video with the highest image quality we can afford in order to preserve our digital media distribution options well into the future,” said Adam Genzink, the broadcast director at Mosaic.
“With this move to 4K, we needed a robust storage system capable of the heavy lifting required to move multiple streams of 4K video simultaneously,” Genzink said. Read the full case study here.