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Drone Regulations and Aerial Video Safety: What You Need to Know

Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Pilot Stjepan Alaupovic discusses current regulations for drone operators and key practical considerations from licensing and certification to airspace classifications for aerial videographers doing drone video work today.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Aug 2022

Vote in the 2022 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards

Voting is open until September 26 in 22 categories. Cast your vote today!
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Aug 2022

Review: Ficihp Keyboard & Screen for Content Creators

Streaming media producer Anthony Burokas demos ingenious keyboard-touchscreen all-in-one for use with streaming and live content creation tools like vMix.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Aug 2022

How to Make Sure Audiences Can Access Virtual Events

Virtual event platforms must ensure that virtual audiences don't encounter network and access issues, and one key solution for events with a large number of attendees is staggering entry times, along with adding early arrival incentives such as pre-show content
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Aug 2022

How to Enable Classroom and Conference Audio with Audinate Dante

Australia-based Audinate develops and licenses Dante (Digital Audio Network Through Ethernet)-enabled audio devices that are used for streaming at schools, conference centers, and houses of worship. Here is a look at what's available and how you can deploy it in networked classrooms and conference spaces.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2022

How to Best Evaluate Prospective Webcast Clients

Robert Reinhardt of VideoRx outlines essential steps for evaluating prospective webcast clients, such as determining high-value RFPs, gaining clear client expectations, evaluating the stakeholders, and identifying technology solution providers
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Aug 2022

Review: Canon CR-N500 PTZ Camera

At $5,399, the Canon N500 is a bargain compared to other 1" sensor PTZ video cameras. Featuring 4K/30P and NDI|HX2 support, it has a long 15x optical zoom lens and dual XLR audio inputs, and supports the low-power POE+ standard.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Aug 2022

Automated Lecture Capture and Streaming with Microsoft Teams and Stream

Chris Knowlton of Panopto talks about the sophisticated ways that pioneering elearning customers have led by example to quickly improve automated lecture capture and streaming with Microsoft Teams and Stream
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jul 2022

How to Choose the Right Webcasting Service

"Traditional" webcasting services like Wowza and AWS Cloud, though powerful and reliable, often came with expensive usage costs and longterm commitments that made it difficult for newer webcasters still gaining a foothold in the industry. Newer services like Mux and Pushr offer more flexible pay-as-you-go arrangements with less expensive transcoding, DVR, and storage costs that make them more accessible to newer webcasters, as Robert Reinhardt explains in this clip from Streaming Media East 2022.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2022

Gear for the HyFlex Teaching and Learning Space

The name of the game for designing a hybrid classroom or meeting space is balancing inclusivity of the remote and on-premise audiences that a colleague sometimes refers to as the "zoomers" and "roomers," respectively. Here's a look at some gear that can help you achieve that balance.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2022

Biggest Challenges of Moving from On-Prem to Cloud Video Workflows

Some streaming pros say cloud production has made 5-10 years of progress in the two years since the pandemic shook live production to its core, but when will cloud offer the sort of no-latency communication, preview, and replay producers expect and rely on in on-prem workflows? And will it require a paradigm shift in the way producers think about hardware purchases and usage? Live X's Corey Behnke, CNN's Ben Ratner, LiveU's Mike Savello, and Signiant's Jon Finegold discuss the challenges of cloud migration and the current state of cloud in this clip from Streaming Media East 2022.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jul 2022

Review: Telestream Wirecast Gear 3

The newly released Wirecast Gear 3 combines a change from Intel to AMD CPUs and a rearchitected software engine that Telestream claims "uses up to 60% less computer resources than previous versions." In this review, I tested the new version of hardware and software to its limits and came away very impressed.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jul 2022

Video Learning: Where Do We Go From Here?

As COVID transitions from pandemic to endemic, what does the "new normal" look like in higher education? For Ohio State Director of Instructional Media Scott Nelson, it's all about making sure that the advances universities made in remote, hybrid, and asynchronous learning remain available for the students that need them, and that colleges continue to leverage the flexibility they've discovered. In this clip from Streaming Media East 2022, Nelson discusses his current role, a mix of advocacy and making sure departments have the right tools to keep hybrid learning going.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2022

Tutorial: Auto Audio Ducking in Adobe Premiere Pro

Clear Online Video's Stjepan Alaupovic explains how to use Adobe Premiere Pro's Auto-Ducking feature to streamline the process of balancing background music with dialogue in your edited videos.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2022

The Three Tiers of Virtual Events

So, whether it's a quarterly meeting, an annual marketing show, or an industry event like CES or the International Auto Show, we still need in-person events. But how these events recognize and incorporate remote pre­senters and remote audiences will have to change from what was done pre-COVID. The future of events is hybrid, although these hybrid events will take different forms, depending on the event size, budget, and nature and complexity of the off-site elements. There are what I call "Three Tiers of Hybrid," which represent three different ways to bring local and remote presenters and attendees together.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jun 2022

How to Succeed with REMI and Cloud Production

CNN's Ben Ratner, LiveU's Mike Savello, and Signiant's Jon Finegold discuss best practices and lessons learned from forays into REMI and cloud production that have yielded successful workflows in this clip from their panel at Streaming Media East 2022.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2022

Fixing Backlit Video in Adobe Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro-based remote production tutorial, Streaming Learning Center's Jan Ozer explains how to fix backlit webcam videos when editing interviews with remote guests.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jun 2022

Value-Adds of Remote Production

CNN's Ben Ratner, LiveU's Mike Savello, and Signiant's John Finegold discuss the benefits of shifting to remote and cloud video workflows from traditional on-prem production, discussing what they did and why it worked in this clip from Streaming Media East 2022.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jun 2022

Tutorial: Frame.io for Adobe Creative Cloud

Clear Online Video's Stjepan Alaupovic outlines the real-time, cloud-based review features of Adobe's recently acquired Frame.io for collaborative video teams and their clients, and explains how to use them effectively with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2022

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