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Viewing Church broadcasts using Gospel Library App

Gospel Library App
The Gospel Library app for iOS devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad) has recently been upgraded to include General Conference Videos. The updated mobile app will be globally available for download in late September, and like the iTunes solution will be able to playback to congregations by using the appropriate audio/video cables.

Requirements

  • iOS device (iPod, iPhone, iPad)
  • Meetinghouse Internet or access to a broadband Internet connection (playback does not require Internet)
  • TV or projector with screen
  • Compatible audio/video cables and/or docking station

Available content

Format Availability Languages
Video files and podcasts
  • Medium quality MP4 (360p 768k H.264)

Within 24 hours

English
Spanish

Downloading the Gospel Library app

Download directly to the iOS device via the App Store

Download through the iTunes Store on your computer

To learn more about using iTunes, see the Apple Support pages.

  1. Open iTunes and navigate to the iTunes Store on the left panel.
  2. Click in the search field on the top right side of iTunes where it reads Search Store.
  3. Search for Gospel Library.
  4. Find the Gospel Library app, and click on Free. (Note: this app will always be free and pubhlished by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).
  5. Type in your username and password for your iTunes Account.
  6. The app will download to your computer and be stored in your Library under Apps.
  7. Connect your iOS device and sync the app to the device.

Downloading the video files

Connecting to a projector or TV for playback

Connecting an iOS Device (iPod, iPhone, iPad) to a TV or projector using an Apple Dock Connector to Component AV Cable

To learn more about the Apple Dock Connector to Component AV Cable, see the apple store web page.

  1. Plug the Apple 30 pin dock connector into the bottom of your iOS device.
  2. Plug 1/8th inch stereo audio cable into the headphone port of the device.
  3. Plug the optional USB connection into your devices wall power adapter for charging.
  4. Plug the composite end into the TV or projector.
  5. Plug opposite end of 1/8th inch stereo audio cable into the line in of the TV, projector, or audio system.
  6. Select the appropriate TV or projector input source.

Connecting an iOS Device (iPod, iPhone, iPad) to a TV or projector using an Apple Dock Connector to VGA Adapter

To learn more about the Apple Dock Connector to VGA Adapter, see the apple store web page.

  1. Plug the Apple 30 pin dock connector into the bottom of your iOS device.
  2. Plug 1/8th inch stereo audio cable into the headphone port of the device.
  3. Plug opposite end of VGA cable into the TV or projector.
  4. Plug opposite end of 1/8th inch stereo audio cable into the line in of the TV, projector, or audio system.
  5. Select the appropriate TV or projector input source.

Connecting an iOS Device (iPod, iPhone, iPad) to an HDTV or HD projector using an Apple Digital AV Adapter (for HDMI)

To learn more about the Apple Digital AV Adapter, see the apple store web page.

  1. Plug the Apple 30 pin dock connector of the adapter into the bottom of your iOS device.
  2. Plug in an optional 30 pin dock connector cable into the adapter with the USB connection plugged into your devices wall power adapter for charging.
  3. Plug HDMI calbe into bottom of adapter with the opposite end into the TV or projector.
  4. Select the appropriate TV or projector input source.

Playing back a file

This page was last modified on 11 October 2012, at 13:41.

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