Here are three quick tips that will streamline your titling workflow in Premiere Pro when you create styles you like and want to use them consistently without reinventing them each time.
Posted 04 Mar 2014
Squeeze offers great single- and multiple-file encoding performance, excellent quality, and a range of features that other encoders in its class simply can't match. Here's a look at how Squeeze works and how to leverage some of its key features.
Posted 19 Feb 2014
We've all had the misfortune of recording clipped, distorted audio from a signal that's too hot, resulting in time-consuming retakes or total disaster if the audio is from a live event. The Declip feature in iZotope RX3 can reduce that disaster to a quick and easy fix.
Posted 18 Feb 2014
Are pro video cameras overkill for single-speaker webinars? What's the best type of camera these ever-more popular productions, and what kind and how much lighting do you need to pull them off? We set up some common scenarios, ran some tests, and here's what we found out.
Posted 04 Feb 2014
This video tutorial demonstrates how to restore muffled sections of spoken audio using the Multiband Compressor in Adobe Premiere Pro CC or Adobe Audition.
Posted 28 Jan 2014
This video tutorial demonstrates how to use and leverage 3 key new features in Adobe Media Encoder CC: Lumetri Looks support, and image, text, and timecode overlay.
Posted 16 Jan 2014
StreamVu is a simple, inexpensive and well-featured service, and Matrox Monarch HD is the only hardware encoder that can produce one stream for live distribution and the other for archiving. In combination, they make an ideal solution for your live and on-demand video production requirements.
Posted 06 Jan 2014
This tutorial demonstrates how to apply an effect to a portion of a video image while leaving the rest of the clip untouched, and how to track that portion of the image throughout the duration of the clip, using the Track Matte effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Posted 26 Dec 2013
With Wirecast 5, Telestream has significantly improved usability with a redesigned interface, beneficially expanded the product's input capabilities, and upgraded the product's plumbing with features like x.264 encoding and HD-SDI output via Blackmagic Design Intensity or DeckLink cards. Learn more in this video tutorial that guides you through the new release.
Posted 17 Dec 2013
The dual-stream use case--one for streaming, one for archive or other production--is very common in live production, and Matrox Monarch HD, a $995 compact standalone streaming/recording unit, appears to be the lowest-cost solution--and a highly competent one at that.
Posted 16 Nov 2013