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Jan Ozer
Principal, Streaming Learning Center

Jan Ozer (jan at doceo.com) 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

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

Virtual Reality Tools and Workflow, Part 3: Lessons Learned

In the concluding segment of a series of articles about my first virtual reality (VR) project, which I produced using equipment supplied by, and assistance from Mobeon I describe the lessons learned during the project.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jan 2016

Virtual Reality Streaming Tools and Workflow, Part 2: Production Workflow

In Part 2 of this 3-part series on VR streaming, I detail the workflow for producing VR video in Vahana VR, which is the software in charge of stitching together the video from the 6-camera GoPro rig I used to shoot the video.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Dec 2015

Virtual Reality Streaming Tools and Workflow, Part 1: Gear and Pre-Production

In this series of articles, I will discuss the tools and workflows that I used in a recent testing project to see how VR compares to 2D video and audio as an educational tool.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2015

Review: Blackmagic Design Video Assist

The Blackmagic Video Assist serves two primary functions. As a monitor, it can supplement the preview capabilities provided by the LCD panels on most camcorders and DSLR cameras. As a recorder, it allows producers to record with higher-quality formats than H.264-based output from most of these cameras. In this review we'll explore both of these uses after running through the basics of the unit.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Nov 2015

Review: Matrox Monarch HDX

The Monarch HDX is well featured, easy to use, and reasonably priced, and produced very good quality output. Those seeking a dual-channel hardware encoder should definitely include the product on their short list.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Oct 2015

Choosing the Optimal Data Rate for Live Streaming

The object of the exercise was to show how output quality was affected by the data rate of the incoming video in a cloud transcoding scenario.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Oct 2015

Choosing a Capture Card for Multicamera Live Production

To choose the best capture card for mixing live events with PC-based software, you should pursue multi-part analysis. In this article, I'll get you up to speed on what features to look for, but you're going to have to carry the load on the critical subjective items.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Oct 2015

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