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Biographical Information
Anthony Burokas
Principal, IEBA Communications

Anthony Burokas is a 20+ year broadcast TV video producer currently based in Dallas, TX. He has produced an extensive body of event, corporate, special interest, and broadcast TV. His website is IEBA.com. His new studio space, Frisco Studios, makes the latest live streaming and VR technologies available to his clients.

Articles By Anthony Burokas

Is the AI Powering Your AI-Powered Gear Really AI?

A lot of products tagged as "AI-powered" were doing exactly the same thing before AI. But labeling their familiar features as "powered-by-AI" makes the same tech seem fresh and innovative.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Apr 2024

Buyers' Guide: Live Streaming Software

This article takes a look at 12 options you can pick from when looking to produce live-switched video: Boinx mimoLive, Broadcast Pix ChurchPix, Ecamm Live, ManyCam, OBS Studio, PRISM Live Studio, Vizrt TriCaster, Telestream Wirecast, vMix, Vimeo Livestream Studio, and XSplit Broadcaster
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Mar 2024

Review: YC Onion Pineta Peak Tripod System

IEBA's Anthony Burokas reviews a new low-cost, sturdy three-stage tripod system from YC Onion that's well-suited to live production with DSLRs and smaller camcorders.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Mar 2024

The End of NDI As We Know It?

NDI runs the risk of fumbling the ball on the 20-yard line—squandering the nearly decade lead they have in IP video by not enforcing that licensees integrate all of the standard. I write this in the hope that they re-establish what the NDI standard means: that to license NDI, and display the NDI badge, a product must be 100% compatible.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Feb 2024

For Live Streaming Producers, Tables of Gear Are Still a Good Idea

While the All-In-One live production and streaming tools grow and mature, let's make sure we keep backup solutions in mind to ensure a successful production—even if it still means a table full of gear.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Jan 2024

Video Review: OBSBOT Tail Air AI-Powered PTZ Streaming Camera

If you're looking for a compact PTZ camera system for a small performance stage, conference room, podcast table, demonstration kitchen, instruction classroom, or any number of setups where the cameras can be positioned close to the subjects, and you would really benefit from the ability to manually change the shot or leverage automatic tracking, the OBSBOT Tail Air is custom-tailored to your needs.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jan 2024

Video Review: Magewell Director Mini

Magewell's new Director Mini is a mini marvel. This 5.5" "all-in-one" production tool with a $1,299 street price can mix multiple inputs and do picture-in-picture graphics, audio mixing, recording, streaming, and more, as IEBA's Anthony Burokas explains in this in-depth review.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Dec 2023

Support Video Software Solution Providers That Put You First

There's a difference between software where we are in charge, and software where we, and our work, are captives of our tool providers and their subscription-only services. It is in our own best interest to consistently run cost/benefit analyses of the value our tools provide to each of us. We each get to make the decisions that benefit our businesses, and, at a higher level, we are choosing to support those businesses that either do, or do not, put us first.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2023

All-in-One Streaming Tools Let You Do It All—But Should You?

Today, we are seeing a similar conglomeration of features and abilities in today's production hardware, enabling one person to "do it all!" This begs the question: Should you do it all?
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Dec 2023

With Social Video Sizing, Serve Your Viewers What They’re Hungry For

The customer wanting to watch your stream on Insta does not want a horizontal video shoehorned into a vertical frame. The customer watching the horizontal version doesn't want the vertical slice with the same thing blurred out behind it to fill the frame. Each of those customers is hungry for that particular experience. It's your job to give your customers what they are hungry for.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Oct 2023

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