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How to Create Virtual Multi-Camera Production Setups With a Single 4K Camera

With only a single 4K camera and encoder with 4K capture capabilities, you can easily tap into the power of a traditional multi-camera setup for a fraction of the cost.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 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

Apres Deluge, Lake Charles, LA Church Renovates, Upgrades to HD Live Streaming with JVC GY-HM890s

The new HD-SDI operation features the four JVC cameras and a NewTek TriCaster 8000 live video system, which allows live streaming of its Sunday and mid-week services
Featured News, Posted 21 Sep 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

Telestream Unveils Wirecast Gear Turnkey Live Streaming System

Wirecast Gear, a portable computer workstation fully configured for live event production and streaming, comes installed with Wirecast Pro live streaming production software with pricing starting at $4,995
Featured News, Posted 31 Aug 2016

Matrox to Premiere Monarch LCS for Worship Market at WFX 2016

The small form factor Monarch devices are ideal for house of worship applications; facilitating live service offerings, broadening accessibility, and spreading high-quality video content to congregations who are present in-house or are joining the service remotely
Featured News, Posted 24 Aug 2016

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

Streams of Bakersfield: Bridge Bible Church Upgrades Media Infrastructure with Roland V-1200HD

Once the church adds another location, it will require the addition of live-streaming capability. That's something the Roland V-1200HD is ready for.
Featured News, Posted 14 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

Archdiocese of San Antonio Leverages TVU Networks' Facebook Live Integration to Stream Daily Mass

Starting June 27th, the Archdiocese has been live streaming its daily Mass service over its Facebook Live account to parishioners in San Antonio and anyone else in the world looking to connect with its message
Featured News, Posted 13 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

Bakersfield Church Upgrades HD Video Suite With FOR-A Gear

Million-dollar upgrade featured FOR-A video production package that included the HVS-2000 switcher, MV-4200 multi-viewer, FA-505 multi-channel signal processor, MFR-5000 routing switcher and LTS-60 media archiving server
Featured News, Posted 17 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

Tutorial: How to Set Up a Single-Operator Live-Switched Stream with PTZ Cameras

Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera systems are now hitting a sort of renaissance for event videography, especially in live concert, government, and worship settings. This tutorial looks at how to use a PTZ-based workflow to pull off a multicam live-switched stream with a single operator at the controls.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 May 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

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