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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

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

Streaming Over 4G with Teradek Cube, Pt. 2: Testing Results

In Part 1 of this article, we looked at how to set up a live webcast over 4G with the Teradek Cube and the Bond 4G Cellular Transmitter. Now we'll look at the results of the testing with the setup we assembled.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Aug 2012

Streaming Over 4G with the Teradek Cube, Pt. 1: Setup

With the rise and increased penetration of 4G networks, live streaming over cellular is becoming more and more accessible. For this review, we tested the Teradek Cube encoder and Bond 4G cellular transmitter
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2012

Tutorial: Configuring ViewCast Osprey 820e for a Live-Switched Wirecast Webcast

This tutorial describes how to install and configure ViewCast's dual-channel Osprey 820e card ($1,795 MSRP; as low as $1,400 street) into a Windows system for driving two cameras within Telestream Wirecast, and discusses the board's highly functional set of utilities and SimulStream feature, which allows it to feed audio and video streams to more than one encoding application.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2012

Tutorial: Configuring Blackmagic Intensity Pro for a Live-Switched Wirecast Webcast

This is the first of a three-part tutorial on using Wirecast to mix two streams of video and other disk-based content. In this first tutorial, I'll describe how to install and configure two Blackmagic Design Intensity Pro cards into an HP Z600 for switching with Wirecast.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jun 2012

Tutorial: Adobe Media Encoder CS6--UPDATED!

The new version of Adobe Media Encoder, included in the just-released CS6 collection as well as as a standalone product, offers significant improvements in usability and performance, as well as new features. Here's what you need to know about it.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2012

Review: Divergent Media ScopeBox 3.0

For scopes and DVR functionality, Divergent's ScopeBox 3.0 outdoes Adobe's late, lamented OnLocation, particularly because it works with a range of cameras, not just those with FireWire outputs. If you've been wondering what you were going to do for DVR/scope functionality on the Mac now that Adobe has exited the market, you should definitely give ScopeBox a try.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2012

Tutorial: Creating and Editing Multicam Sequences in Final Cut Pro X

When Apple originally released Final Cut Pro 10, the biggest deficit for Pro users was the lack of multicam. With the 10.0.3 release, Apple has addressed this with a highly functional and easy-to-use multicam feature, which Jan Ozer explains in this tutorial.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2012

Live From J Street, Part 3: Monitoring Webcast Audio

In this final segment of this series on the JStreet Making History convention webcast, we'll examine one aspect of webcast production that too often gets ignored: monitoring and controlling audio volume, which becomes a complex issue as speakers change, audio techs and shooters adjust their own levels, and the webcaster is left to make sure the signal sent over the web remains audible and consistent.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Apr 2012

Review: The HP Z1 as a Webcaster's Workstation

HP's Z1 is the first all-in-one computer with workstation components and field serviceability. Here, encoding expert Jan Ozer takes a look at how this workstation-class portable PC fared in a live production and webcast environment, with testing emphasis in 3 areas: rendering, streaming encoding, and live encoding.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2012

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