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NAB Interview: Canon's Chuck Westfall on the Canon XF205 Pro Camcorder

Almost Live with Streaming Media reports from NAB 2014 with an up-close look at the new Canon XF205 Pro Camcorder.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2014

NAB Interview: Teradek's Michael Gailing on the Teradek Serv

Almost Live with Streaming Media reports from NAB 2014 with a first look at Teradek's Serv, a new HD/SD, multi-feed, low-latency monitoring device.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2014

NAB Interview: Sony's Juan Martinez on the NEX-FS700R and Latest E-Mount Lenses

Almost Live with Streaming Media reports from NAB 2014 with the latest on the Sony NEX-FS700R and new developments in the E-Mount lens ecosystem.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Apr 2014

Equipping a Studio for Web Video Production: Three Models to Match Your Budget

Whether you're an independent production facility or a corporate or institutional outfit bringing professional online video production and webcasting in-house, what will it cost to create a flexible and functional studio? In this article, we'll spec out three different studios at three different price points—$5,000, $15,000, and $25,000.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2014

Streaming Media's Gear of the Year, 2013-14

Rather than tempt you with the Next Big Thing, in this "Gear of the Year" feature we invited three contributing writers—and producers in their own right—to choose four products each, all released in the last year, that have proven themselves indispensable to professional online video production and webcasting workflows, or represent the best currently available choices in their particular category.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Apr 2014

Workflow Tour: Livestream Studio on the Studio HD51

This tutorial provides a quick overview of how to mix multiple cameras, graphic overlays, and other media in the new version of Livestream Studio, as well as how to record isolated video program feeds, and configure your stream and send it out via Livestream or other RTMP-compatible streaming providers.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Apr 2014

Tutorial: New Features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Today Adobe announced updates to all Creative Cloud video apps that will debut at NAB. Here are details on the updates, plus a video tutorial on four key new features in Premiere Pro CC: Master Clips, Live Text, Masking and Tracking, and new 4K format support.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Apr 2014

How to Put Together a Cost-Effective Portable Streaming Kit (UPDATED)

Looking for practical, hands-on advice on to how to create a cost-effective, portable, multi-camera streaming system that you can use even when on location with limited internet and power options? Here, Mobeon's Mark Alamares describes a range of solutions that can bring greater agility and portability to your live streaming kit at a manageable cost.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Multicam Editing in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7

Here's a look inside EDIUS Pro 7's MultiCam Mode, exploring how it streamlines editing up to 16 cameras, and leaves plenty of room for adjustments and tweaks after you make your initial cuts.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 26 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Using iShowU HD Pro Screen Captures with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

iShowU, a Mac-based screencam app from ShinyWhiteBox.com, is quick, easy-to-use, and inexpensive; here's a look at how to use it to produce pro screencams that you can import into Adobe Premiere Pro CC to integrate into your video projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Mar 2014

Apple FCP and Compressor vs. Adobe CC, Timeline-to-Transcode Workflows, Part 2: Test Results--UPDATED WITH LINK TO TEST FILES

The results are in! See link to project files, encoder presets, and output files from our test set added at the beginning and end of the article.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Using Camtasia Screencams with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

In this tutorial, we'll look at how to create screencams with TechSmith Camtasia, and then import them into Adobe Premiere Pro to incorporate them into your existing Premiere Pro projects to create professional-quality instructional videos that seamlessly combine screencams and HD footage.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Mar 2014

Jan Ozer Unveils Udemy Course: Video Compression for Web, Disc, and PC/TV/Console Playback

New video compression course helps novice to intermediate streaming producers optimize quality and encoding efficiency when producing for multiple target platforms
Featured News, Posted 05 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Saving Custom Titles and Title Templates in Premiere Pro CC

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.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Introducing Libraries in Apple Final Cut Pro 10.1

In our first tutorial on the recently released FCP 10.1, we look at the new Libraries feature, which enhances project and media organization and eases the adjustment for editors transitioning from FCP 7.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Mar 2014

Tutorial: Leveraging Expandable Thunderbolt Video Storage with the G-Tech G-Dock ev

G-Tech's G-Dock ev with Thunderbolt delivers high-performance portable, expandable RAID storage tailor-made for the video production market, and accessorizes well with MacBook Pros, iMacs, and other Thunderbolt-compatible systems.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 26 Feb 2014

Tutorial: Sorenson Squeeze 9

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.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 19 Feb 2014

How to Brand Your Online Videos

Successfully implementing branding in online video means making sure every video you produce accurately reflects and advances your company's or client's brand identity at each stage of the production process, as well as in your production style. This article explains how and when to pay attention to branding in your productions.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2014

Tutorial: Fixing Clipped Audio with iZotope RX3

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.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Feb 2014

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