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Choosing a 4K Camera for Live Events

When discussing the current state of UHD/4K, "current" is a fast-moving target in mid-2016. This article will introduce you to what you need to know to get into 4K for live production and online video, from codecs to cameras.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Aug 2016

Review: Roland V-1HD Audio and Video Switcher

The Roland V-1HD is a versatile and portable entry-level video switcher that features 4 HDMI inputs and a 12 channel audio mixer that differentiates it from video-only switchers and many video switchers with integrated audio functionality.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2016

VR Reality Check: Challenges to Widespread Consumer Adoption

VR remains a niche market at this writing, but it's a growing one with huge potential. Here are the latest developments and what it means to adoption in the live production and streaming world.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 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

Are You So Focused On Video That You’re Neglecting Audio?

Even when your video is perfect, nothing sours a streaming experience more quickly than poor audio. Whether you are running the whole show yourself or receiving an audio feed from the "sound guy," there are several areas you need to pay attention to when combining audio into your live video stream.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 11 Jun 2016

Tutorial: Setting Up Avid NEXIS | PRO Shared Storage Platform

The Avid NEXIS | PRO has all the features that Avid's big NEXIS shared storage solutions have, but scaled down for producers with smaller shops but the same need for reliability and sharing functionality that makes NEXIS popular with bigger studios.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 02 Jun 2016

Review: Manfrotto 546B Pro Video Tripod

What do you look for in a tripod? Knoxville, Tennessee producers Paul Schmutzler and Jacob Dean explore this and other questions in this video review of the Manfotto 546B tripod along with various fluid heads and different camera rigs.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2016

Almost Live from NAB: Blackmagic URSA Professional Studio Camera Workflow

Shawn Lam interviews Blackmagic Design's Bob Caniglia about the URSA Studio Viewfinder, a Streaming Media Best of NAB 2016 award-winning accessory for Blackmagic's popular URSA camera line that contributes to a professional studio camera workflow that producers can build around the camera.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 May 2016

TVU Networks Unveils IP and Cellular-Based Live VR Streaming

TVU VR delivers an ultra-high definition, full frame rate and live 360-degree fully immersive video to any VR headset
Featured News, Posted 27 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

360Heros Debuts 360 Helios VR Camera Array Featuring Blackmagic Cameras

360Heros' new products are compatible with both the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera and the Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K and are available in three, four, five, six and seven camera arrays
Featured News, Posted 20 Apr 2016

NewBlue Rolls Out Titler Live Broadcast 3D Titling Solution for Live Producers

Titler Live Broadcast supports popular production systems such as NewTek Tricaster, Telestream Wirecast, Blackmagic ATEM, Roland Switchers, and vMIX Go
Featured News, Posted 19 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

Telestream Unveils Lightspeed Live Stream and Lightspeed Capture Enterprise-Class Streaming and Capture Solutions

Lightspeed Live Stream solves the problem of preparing real time content for adaptive bitrate live streaming while Lightspeed Live Capture can independently record multiple channels of SD, HD or a single channel of UHD
Featured News, Posted 12 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

SuperCreative.tv Streams twitch.tv Show The Attack with Blackmagic Design Gear

SuperCreative.tv uses two Blackmagic Studio Cameras 4K and DeckLink Mini Recorders to stream its popular twitch.tv interactive gaming talk show, The Attack
Featured News, Posted 30 Mar 2016

360 Designs Delivers Live VR from Oscars Red Carpet With Blackmagic Micro Cinema Cameras

360 Designs used the Micro Cinema Cameras as part of the new Mini EYE 3 compact camera rig to create a captivating virtual reality experience, immersing viewers in the glitz and glamour of the Hollywood red carpet
Featured News, Posted 23 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

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