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- When a sermon does not record for a variety of reasons, what it shte quickest and easiest way to create a sermon file from the Livestream file, that can then be posted over the corrupted or silent sermon podcast file? All suggestions a ppreciated Regards Dave Food Runnymede Christian FellowshipA Church in Egham - Runnymede Christian FellowshipRunnymede Christian Fellowship, a Church in Egham near London Heathrow, supporting the community of Runnymede and Students at Royal Holloway (RHUL)www.e-runnymede.co.uk
- I would download the sermon live stream from where ever you streamed it. Then I would trim it to just the sermon, and then upload. I actually do this each week. I download my video, trim it with Quicktime. Then upload to my Faithlife Church group and choose it when creating a sermon on Faithlife sermons.
- I want to start a new podcast alongside our sermon podcast. Is there a way to do that? I'm doing some shorter recordings of hot topics and theology discussions with church members. Does anybody know how I can create a second podcast?
- Hi JP Sibley, RSS feeds are generated for each of the groups you manage on Faithlife.com. If you're the admin of the group you will see an embed option when your on Faithlife Sermons that will have a podcast option with the group RSS feed. Therefore you can upload content into a unique group to manage a separate podcast.
- Would this work for the main church group? If I post audio to the main church feed, will it show up on a podcast?
- I don't understand where I upload the audio files in the group.
- I have a question regarding sermon notes... I use this section to insert a link to our livestream recording of the sermon (we have a grandfathered contract with another provider at a very low rate and can't justify switching to Faithlife's streaming service just yet). But because of the formatting characters this field uses (a forward slash disappears and italicizes the text, etc), in the Faithlife app, the link turns into nonsense text that's missing the slashes and some words get italicized. Is there a way to insert a link into the sermon notes? Thanks in advance for any light you can shed!
- When trying to change the cover image for a sermon via sermons.faithlife.com, it hangs on "Saving ..." Tried in two different browsers with no difference. Any next steps?Faithlife SermonsSermon Preparation, Presentation, and Sharing, Made Easysermons.faithlife.com
- Just wondering what others experience is with the sermon transcription service. When I have used it, the transcription is so inaccurate that it is not worth the time and effort to clean it up. If others are having success with transcriptions, I'd like to know what contributes to that success..
- What is included in the monthly subscription to Faithlife sermons. Also will my sermons be visible if say someone else signs up for the subscription also do I get a cut from that
- Are there any plans for integrations with external services? We have a great process with our current live stream provider and I would love to have that service feed into faithlife sermons. (It would involve embedding a video rather than serving it from faithlife)
- Is anyone else having problems with uploading sermons? I spent most of the day yesterday uploading content, and although the videos seem to be fine, the artwork is gone, and as of this morning, I am unable to upload new content. Thanks
- We had an issue that actually released an old version of the site which caused some issues. things should be back to normal now. If things still aren’t working for you, let us know and we can take a closer look at your specific sermons.
- Is it possible to link a sermon file within Logos to a presentation in proclaim on Faithlife sermon? I can publish a sermon file from Logos sermon editor to Faithlife sermon but there doesn't seem to be a way to link it to the Proclaim presentation that is published to Faithlife sermon. I know there are other ways to import sermon notes to the presentations on Faithlife sermon but the problem is the loss of formatting. I would like to keep the formatting from the published sermon on Faithlife sermon and link or insert it into the presentation that was uploaded from Proclaim. The best I've done so far is importing a .docx file into the presentation and playing with the edit function for formating. It's possible I'm overlooking something.
- Posted here as well: https://faithlife.com/posts/3377359 Pat replied and gave some information in the link above.Faithlife Equip - Faithlife Equip Admins - FaithlifeIs it possible to link a sermon file within Logos to a presentation in proclaim on Faithlife sermon? I can publish a sermon file from Logos sermon editor to Faithlife sermon but there doesn't seem to be a way to link it to the Proclaim presentation that is published to Faithlife sermon. I know there are other ways to import sermon notes to the presentations on Faithlife sermon but the problem is the loss of formatting. I would like to keep the sermon editor formatting from the published sermon on Faithlife sermon and link or insert it into the presentation that was uploaded from Proclaim. The best I've done so far is importing a .docx file into the presentation and playing with the edit function for formating. It's possible I'm overlooking something.faithlife.com
- Hello, group! Is there a way for an automatic post to be generated in our church group feed whenever a new sermon is posted?
- Hi Mark Patey, I took a look into this for you. We are actually making some improvements to this feature currently, but right now one way to guarantee a post to your group would be to do the following. 1) Save your sermon as a draft. 2) Go back and publish your sermon This should trigger a post to your group. As I said, we are making improvements to this feature. So, hopefully, in the coming weeks, this workaround will no longer be needed.
- OK, so for now it needs me to save it as a draft, then re-save as published, in order to show up in our group feed?
- Yes, that should get it into your group feed.