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Biographical Information
Jan Ozer
Principal, Streaming Learning Center

Jan Ozer (jan at doceo.com) is a streaming media consultant and frequent contributor to industry magazines and websites on streaming related topics and the author of Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Visual QuickStart Guide.

Articles By Jan Ozer

Tutorial: How to Produce Broadcast-Quality Events with the NewTek TriCaster 40, Part 1

In two tutorials Jan Ozer will show you how to create broadcast-quality live productions with the NewTek TriCaster TC40. In this first installment, you'll learn how to select and configure the inputs. In the second, you'll learn how to mix and stream the show itself.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 25 Aug 2013

Review: NewTek TriCaster 8000

NewTek's TriCaster 8000 is an extraordinarily capable live production and streaming solution that supports 8 simultaneous feeds and should be sufficient for all but the most complex live events, with a range of intriguing new features including powerful social media capabilities.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jul 2013

Tutorial: Transferring Presets from Adobe Media Encoder CS6 to Adobe Media Encoder CC

Here's a quick tutorial for Premiere Pro CC users on how to migrate encoding presets that you created to customize and streamline encodes in Adobe Media Encoder CS5/6 into Adobe Media Encoder CC so you can pick up right where you left off.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jul 2013

Tutorial: Encoding Multiple Premiere Pro Sequences in Adobe Media Encoder CC

If you ever find yourself having to render multiple sequences from Premiere Pro, there's an easier way to do it than by using the Premiere Pro Export control. This tutorial will explain the easier and more efficient way using Adobe Media Encoder.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Jul 2013

Tutorial: Producing Closed Captions in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

In this tutorial you'll learn how to create and edit industry-standard closed captions for video using the new closed-captioning capabilities in the just-released Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jul 2013

Tutorial: Webcasting Live Events with the Winnov Cbox P2

Whether you're capturing lectures, presentations, or multiple camera concerts, Cbox is a simple, affordable, and flexible solution that's definitely worth a look.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2013

Tutorial: Making the Right Audio Connections for Live and Corporate Video

In this article we'll walk through the process of connecting a camcorder to an external microphone or soundboard for optimum, clean, balanced audio capture--critical skills for any videographer or online video producer doing corporate video or live events.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Apr 2013

Review: Producing Webcasts with Telestream Wirecast and the Matrox VS4

Running Telestream Wirecast with the Matrox VS4, a powerful, well-integrated capture card, handling most of the input/encoding/previewing load, yields impressive results that catapulte Wirecast into the TriCaster/Livestream Studio class of product when it comes to responsiveness.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Mar 2013

Live Event Mixer Showdown: Livestream Studio vs. NewTek TriCaster 40

With the introduction of its Studio software, Livestream set out to compete with more established live switchers like NewTek's TriCaster 40. So how does the newcomer stack up against the old pro?
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Mar 2013

Tutorial: Reducing Background Noise and Removing Pops and Clicks in Final Cut Pro X

Background noise and pops and clicks in audio are an unfortunate fact of life for many productions. In this tutorial we'll explore some fixes you can try in Final Cut Pro X.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2013

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