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April/May 2016
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Blurred Lines: How to Manage and Integrate On-site and Off-site Audience and Presenter Interactions in Live Webcasts

Recording a presentation that is delivered to a live audience for later on-demand viewing is nothing new. Neither is webcasting live presentations. But more and more the lines of what is considered the norm for presentations is getting blurred as online participants interaction is being incorporated with the live audience and presenters are delivering their talks remotely to both a live and an online audience. This article discusses the challenges producers face when managing both live and online audiences and presenters concurrently.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Apr 2016

Tutorial: How to Set Up a Single-Operator Live-Switched Stream with PTZ Cameras

Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera systems are now hitting a sort of renaissance for event videography, especially in live concert, government, and worship settings. This tutorial looks at how to use a PTZ-based workflow to pull off a multicam live-switched stream with a single operator at the controls.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 May 2016

Almost Live from NAB: Matrox Monarch LCS

Shawn Lam interviews Matrox's Wayne Andrews regarding the Matrox Monarch LCS, a Streaming Media Best of NAB 2016 award-winning new, dual-input, dual-encoder addition to the popular Matrox Monarch series of streaming and recording appliances.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Apr 2016

Almost Live from NAB: Datavideo KMU-100

Shawn Lam interviews Datavideo's Craig Moffat regarding the Datavideo KMU-100, a new device that enables 4K shooters to take up to 4 images from their camera's 4K output as discrete 1080 outputs in real-time and send them to a switcher or monitor. With support for two 4K inputs, the KMU-100 can output up to 8 separate images.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Apr 2016

Streaming Media Picks Best Products of NAB 2016

NAB took over Las Vegas this week, and the Streaming Media and Streaming Media Producer editorial staffs were on hand to pick out the signal from the noise, selecting the best new products from this year's show
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Apr 2016

Blackmagic Unveils VideoAssist 4K, Duplicator 4K, and URSA Studio Viewfinder at NAB 2016

Other key announcements include UltraStudio 4K Extreme with Thunderbolt 3 support and HDR playback over HDMI
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Apr 2016

Adobe Adds VR Editing and Output, Publish-to-Twitter, and a New Playback Engine in Updates to CC Video Apps

NAB-synced announcements for CC apps bring new creativity and efficiency features
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Apr 2016

Review: Sony PXW-FS5

I've waited 5 years to write this review, about a new camera model that delivers everything I'm looking for in a professional video camera: Sony's large-sensor, interchangeable-lens, 4K-capable PXW-FS5 XDCAM Super35.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Apr 2016

Streaming Media is Now Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Best of NAB Awards

Is your company going to make a splash with news at NAB? If you want to be considered for our annual Best of NAB awards, submit your information now to be sure you're on our radar.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2016

Tutorial: Using the Remix Feature in Adobe Audition CC 2015

This tutorial demonstrates Adobe Audition's Remix feature, which allows you to shorten the length of a music track to match the duration of your video edit.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2016

How to Eliminate Ground-Loop Hum in Live Event Productions

Every live producer knows half of good video is 90% audio, and intrusive ground loop hum can ruin even the most visually pristine webcast. Here we'll look at how to identify the source of the problem and detail two possible solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2016

Review: Red Giant PluralEyes 4

If you've been waiting for a significant set of improvements to decide whether to upgrade or buy into PluralEyes 4, the time is right. With tight Premiere Pro integration, stellar syncronization capabilities, and automatic drift correction, PluralEyes remains one of the best utilities that postproduction pros can get.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Mar 2016

Review: Panasonic AG-DVX200

As a longtime user of the Panasonic GH4 DSLR, and the founder/moderator of the now-10,000+ member GH4 Technical Group on Facebook, I know there has been plenty of talk about making the GH4 into a successor to Panasonic's AF100 Micro 4/3 Camcorder. When Panasonic announced the DVX200, the bar was set quite high. Reportedly, based on the GH4, the DVX200 is all that, and a lot more, but what did it give up to get there?
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Mar 2016

Review: Epiphan Pearl Production Switcher

Here's a look at how the Epiphan Pearl Production Switcher performed under pressure on live-switched keynotes at the Computers in Libraries 2016 conference in Washington, DC.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2016

The Last 24: Preparing and Troubleshooting for Successful Live-Streamed Events

The last 24 hours before any live-streamed event are probably more stressful than the event itself. We asked a range of experienced live event producers what they focused on during the last 24 hours, and to share some practices and techniques that allowed them to avoid, or workaround, problems that would otherwise derail an event.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Mar 2016

Tutorial: BorisFX Continuum Complete 10

In this tutorial we'll look at BorisFX Continuum Complete 10 (BCC 10), the latest version of Boris's popular collection of professional plug-ins from BorisFX
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2016

Tutorial: How to Create an Instagram Filtered Look Using Adobe After Effects CC

Instagram is quickly emerging as one of the top social media video platforms in online video, and "Instagram looks" have become instantly recognizable to social media users. In this short tutorial, I'll demonstrate how you can achieve some of these stylized filtered looks in your videos by using gradients in Adobe After Effects.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Mar 2016

Review: Adobe Premiere Clip for Android

In late 2014, Adobe unveiled a mobile editing app called Premiere Clip for iOS--a well-designed and useful app, if not a full-fledged pro editing solution like Premiere Pro. Here we look at the recently introduced Android version to see if it measures up to the iOS app and what, if any, new functionality it introduces.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2016

Tutorial: How to Restore A/V Sync to Variable Frame Rate Video for Editing in Premiere Pro

One of the most commonly reported issues Adobe Premiere Pro editors experience when working with footage captured using iPhones, screencam tools, Wirecast, and Skype is a loss of A/V sync on clips that played fine outside Premiere Pro. Here is a simple fix using a freeware tool called HandBrake that will re-sync your audio so you're ready to edit.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2016

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