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Streaming Media Magazine: April/May 2017
by | Skip the off-the-cuff behind the scenes videos. Connecting with an audience on Facebook Live means planning the event ahead of time and bringing viewers into the action.
by | In this article we'll take a look at some non-traditional robotic camera systems and explain how you can use them to get greater freedom of movement and imaging choice in your live-streamed productions.
by | For this article, we're going to concentrate on two often-overlooked portions of a live stream: the beginning and the ending.
by | Here are five simple techniques we like to use when editing drone footage that can add fresh creativity to your videos.
by | Following the shot-sequencing tips in this article will give you a wide variety of shots and angles to use to bring your video to life. It can help you capture a lot of coverage in a short amount of time without feeling overwhelmed.
by | This article explains what features to look for when choosing a capture card to incorporate into your live switching and streaming workflow.
by | Another week, another story of a horrific act live streamed across the internet. Live video makes this possible. Now, how does the industry stop it?
by | An experienced online producer shares tips learned in the field for improving the look, lighting, and audio of live events both large and small.
by | For educational video, some choose to shoot in 4k so they can zoom and enhance in post, but stream in mobile-friendly 720p. However, there's no reason to rush to 4K just yet.
by | Broadcast television may well go away, with consumers and providers embracing over-the-top delivery. But several issues need to be solved first.
by | There's a lot of original online video being created for young viewers. It's hard for the players to stand apart when they all look the same.
by | A conference question asks when it makes economic sense for a video provider to add a VP9 transcode? We scoped out the variables and did the math.
by | With its 1" sensor, 20x optical zoom, and extensive array of image controls, Panasonic's AG-UX180 strikes a balance well-suited to the prosumer camera market.
by | Camtasia remains an indispensable tool for screencam producers. As an editor, it's ideal for beginners and even pros seeking to quickly produce simpler, business-oriented features that benefit from Camtasia's attention-grabbing effects.
 

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