Franklin Creative Media
Marc Franklin has been working in video production and post-production for the last 25 years as a DP/cameraman, editor, and sometimes as a producer and director. He's worked with many companies such as Adobe, Sony and Panasonic, on improving their products for the video production and post-production world.
Articles for Marc Franklin
Buyers' Guide: Wireless Microphones
12 Apr 2023
If issues arise with the video you capture, high-quality audio will go a long way to compensate for it. Viewers will often tolerate subpar video, but no one in the world will watch video with absent or poor audio. My advice to any streaming producer is to get the best audio setup you can afford for your video rig. It's always worth the investment.
Dolby.io's Ryan Jespersen Talks Real-Time Video Delivery in Browser
08 Dec 2022
Dolby.io Director Product Strategy Ryan Jespersen discusses Dolby's WebRTC-based scalable real-time video delivery technology in this interview with Streaming Media's Marc Franklin on the show floor at Streaming Media West.
Telestream Talks Wirecast Gear, NDI Support, and PTZ Camera Control
07 Dec 2022
Telestream's Shane Scrimager walks Streaming Media's Marc Franklin through key features of the Wirecast Gear including I/O, NDI support, PTZ camera control, and more in this interview from the show floor at Streaming Media West 2022.
Zixi's David Van Arkel Talks ContentXChange and Independent Data Platform
05 Dec 2022
In this interview from the show floor at Streaming Media West 2022, David Van Arkel discusses what's new at Zixi.
Buyers' Guide: Production and ENG Cameras
07 Apr 2021
Today, a great UHD 4K camera with a 1" CMOS sensor sells for less than $3,000. Solid, smaller-sensor models retail for $1,500. That boggles the mind if you consider how far camera and recording technology has come in a short time.
How to Adapt an Existing Multicamera Switching Setup for Streaming
07 Apr 2021
The shift from live-switching to live-switched streaming since the pandemic started has required me to adjust my workflow to meet my clients' current demands in the most cost-efficient manner possible. In this tutorial, I'll discuss the adjustments I've made, explaining how to adapt the gear you have—with one additional minor purchase—rather than having to invest in a whole new streaming switcher.