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Featured Articles

Tutorial: Vislink LiveGear Airstream Cellular iNG Transmitter

If you're in the market for a portable video encoder/transmitter, you should consider the LiveGear Airstream from Vislink. It's mobile and easy to use, and it employs predictive forward error correction and adaptive bitrate H.264 encoding to reliably deliver top-quality video over broadband cellular networks.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2012

Story of a Rock: Creating Compelling Video Storytelling from Static Subjects

What if you're hired to tell the story of a rock--or something equally unexciting and un-visual? Mad Bear Productions' Glenn Zimmerman explains how to make visual storytelling from the most unlikely material, and construct a story that speaks to your intended audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2012

Interview: Adobe Director of Video Project Management Bill Roberts

Jan Ozer sits down with Bill Roberts to discuss the trends impacting the future direction of Adobe Creative Suite for video pros, including the decline of 3D, the rise of 4K, and second-screen viewing. Other topics included the growth of Creative Cloud, and the development arc of Apple Final Cut Pro X.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2012

Review: NewTek TriCaster 40

With the TriCaster 40, NewTek's newest compact video switcher and live production box, NewTek goes retro and down-market but still delivers a capable solution at a price $20k (or more) below other models in the TriCaster line. And that, in itself, should be cause for rejoicing.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2012

Sony NEX-EA50 vs. Sony NEX-FS100 (and the Parfocal 3x+ Zoom Challenge)

Shawn Lam compares key models in Sony's large-sensor camcorder line--the new shouldermount NEX-EA50, and the comparatively venerable handheld FS100 and FS700--with an eye to light sensitivity, image quality, and effectiveness with power zoom lenses, and reports on his epic, ongoing search for a viable parfocal 3x+ servo zoom lens.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Nov 2012

Review: Logitech Broadcaster

You can use Logitech Broadcaster ($199) to record video on your iOS device or Mac, or to serve as a webcam for Skype, FaceTime, Livestream ProCaster, or Telestream Wirecast, or broadcast directly to Ustream. This review will focus primarily on using the unit to connect to Ustream.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2012

Tutorial: Removing Video Noise with the Neat Video Plug-in

In this tutorial, Jan Ozer demonstrates how you can use the Neat Video plug-in to remove noise from video, improving output quality for all outputs.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Nov 2012

Choosing HD Video Switchers for Webcasting--UPDATED!

This article is the fourth in a series on webcast video production and discusses video switchers, including the cost and features that differentiate several popular models.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Nov 2012

Red Carpet Interview: Jan Ozer, Streaming Learning Center

Sitting down with contributing Jan Ozer on the red carpet at Streaming Media West to review the highlights and key takeaways of the show, including live streaming using the cloud, the exploding market for live stream applications, the Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam, Livestream's Studio HD500, and the ongoing reality/perception divide on Flash and HTML5.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Nov 2012

Red Carpet Interview: Philip Nelson, NewTek

Streaming Media Producer editor Steve Nathans-Kelly interviews NewTek SVP on the red carpet at Streaming Media West regarding the NewTek TriCaster 40 and the present and future of affordable, accessible live production and webcasting.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Nov 2012

Upgrading iPhone Video and Audio with Filmic Pro and the Fostex AR-4i

Using the iPhone is a very handy and tempting solution for production, especially when you need something fast. iPhone video using the device's standard controls and built-in audio leaves a lot to be desired. With the addition of a video app, and an external audio interface, you can make a huge improvement in the quality of the video you produce with the iPhone.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Oct 2012

Backup Strategies for Video Production Pros

Event video producer David McKnight lays out a backup strategy for CF, P2, and SD-based videographers who have sizable quantities of card-based client video they need to store and back up systematically, locally and/or in the cloud.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Oct 2012

Video Tutorial: Maximizing Brightness and Contrast in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

In this tutorial you'll learn how to maximize the brightness and contrast of your video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 using the Brightness, Contrast, and Gamma Correction controls for effective and balanced adjustments.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Oct 2012

The Power of Pro Bono Production: Studio Z Films and Ronald McDonald House

Studio Z Films' Steve Zugelter describes the evolution of his work with Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati over the last four years, the techniques he's used to produce increasingly intimate and story-driven films for them, and how this recurring pro bono project has benefited the local nonprofit and further established Studio Z in the River City.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Oct 2012

Using Inexpensive DJ LED Lights to Jazz Up Video Productions

Looking beyond the small set of white and bi-color LEDs specifically made for video production, you can find a whole other world of LED fixtures made for other markets--including "disc jockey" LED lights and controllers. For the cost of one good fresnel light, you can have a multi-light, expandable LED lighting package.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2012

Tutorial: Maximize Brightness and Contrast in Apple Final Cut Pro X

The histogram and the waveform in Apple Final Cut Pro X are effective, easy-to-master tools that provide the clear input you need to diagnose and fix the contrast issues in your video simply and intelligently. In this video tutorial, video editing and encoding expert Jan Ozer explains how they work.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2012

Video Tutorial: Three Workflow-Enhancing Tips in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Video encoding and editing expert Jan Ozer provides three useful tips that will enhance your workflow and get you out of some editing jams in your Adobe Premiere Pro projects: editing audio without unlinking; Fill Left and Fill Right to create stereo audio; and creating nested sequences for smoother edits and creating reusable set pieces in your projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Sep 2012

Live Bands On Film: 'Web Sessions' with Austin's All-Analog Transistor Six

Austin's Transistor Six recreates the authentic, intimate feel of the BBC's Peel Sessions by capturing almost-famous bands live on still and Super 8 film and delivering performance and interview clips in online "web sessions." Here's a behind-the-music look at Transistor Six, its founders, its business model, its gear, and its analog ambitions.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Sep 2012

Review: NewTek TriCaster 455

Half the size of the NewTek TriCaster 855, the TriCaster 455 holds its own for live production and streaming at a lower price point. We really like the functionality of the 455, especially when it comes to one-button streaming, a robust but manageable control surface, and the ability to add AirPlay virtual inputs to the HD-SDI physical inputs.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Sep 2012

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