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Jan Ozer
Principal, Streaming Learning Center

Jan Ozer (jan at is a streaming media consultant and frequent contributor to industry magazines and websites on streaming related topics and the author of Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Visual QuickStart Guide.

Articles By Jan Ozer

Review: Matrox Monarch LCS

The Matrox Monarch LCS is an inexpensive dual-input lecture capture solution with two output channels that can be independently set for recording and/or streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Oct 2016

Benchmarking PCs, Capture Cards, and Software Mixers for HD Capture and Streaming

To determine how powerful a system it takes to produce and deliver live event streams, we tested a range of computers (old and new), capture devices, and multiple live streaming software programs, streaming to one or more streaming services, recording archive/ISO files in various formats, and measuring CPU utilization. Read on for the results.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2016

Review: Livestream Mevo

If you frequently produce live or on-demand videos for social media sites, Livestream Mevo can help you produce more polished and engaging videos. While there are some rough edges in version 1.0, and there is a learning curve for operation, Mevo is an essential tool for any organization seeking to leverage the power of video in its social media marketing.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Sep 2016

How to Stream to Facebook Live

Anyone can broadcast live on Facebook, but if you want to deliver live video from via a computer with streaming or encoding software, read on.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Aug 2016

Review: EasyLive's Video-Mixer-in-the-Cloud

Offering live streaming accessible from any location, EasyLive promises no-fuss live streaming to multiple platforms. Here's how it performed in our testing.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jul 2016

NDI and Live Titling

If you haven't been watching the live titling space, you've missed the NDI revolution, and your productions may be falling behind in terms of graphics quality. In this article I'll explain what NDI is and how it works, and I'll explore how it enhances the titling capabilities of the NewTek TriCaster, Telestream Wirecast, and vMix GO. I'll also look at the base capabilities of each system and discuss when it's time to consider third-party offerings.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jul 2016

Sourcing High-Speed Storage for Mac Pro 4K Editors

If you're making the jump to 4K editing and find yourself needing a jolt of capacity and speed, don't expect external SSD drives to come close to the performance of internal drives on your Mac Pro (or most computers). Read on for some alternative solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jul 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: Boosting Your Streaming Signal with the Teradek VidiU Pro via ShareLink

This tutorial demonstrates how to boost your streaming throughput by sharing signals from up to four iPhones with the Teradek VidiU Pro via ShareLink
Sponsored Articles, Posted 05 Mar 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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