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Tim Siglin
Chairman, Braintrust Digital

Tim Siglin is a contributing editor to Streaming Media, with more than 23 years experience in the streaming industry. He's also the founding executive director of Help Me Stream Research Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 that researches the use of first-world older technologies as a catalyst to provide low-cost streaming gear for NGOs in emerging economies, disaster areas, and remote or rural communities.

Articles By Tim Siglin

A Buyer's Guide to Nonlinear Editors

It's not a question of which editing program is best, but which is best for a certain user undertaking a certain project. Here are the points to consider when selecting an editor.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Mar 2013

A Buyer's Guide to Streaming Appliances

When is a streaming appliance a good addition to an online video workflow? Read on for the answers, as well as the different types of streaming appliances.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Mar 2013

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

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

NewTek's New TriCaster 40: Bringing the TriCaster Back to the "Little Guy"

NewTek returns to its roots of empowering entry-level and budget-constrained live producers with its first sub-$5k HD-capable, multi-camera live production system
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Aug 2012

Review: Sony Google TV NSZ-GS7

Sony shrinks its Google TV box, but the new box lacks basic functionality.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Aug 2012

From Slides to Tape to Streaming: Nordwin Alberts, Moving Stills

Dutch filmmaker Nordwin Alberts has worked with a range of media in his 26 years in the professional production business, transitioning from stills and multi-projector slideshows to tape-based editing and DVD delivery. Today, streaming is the medium of choice for his industrial, promotional, and experimental films; here's a look at how his work and workflow have evolved.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jul 2012

Is the New MacBook Pro the Ultimate Ultra-Portable Live Stream Machine?

Due to its unprecedented screen resolution, speed, and next-gen connectivity, the new next-generation MacBook Pro, announced on Monday at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference, might just be the ticket for streaming media ultraportability, for a variety of reasons.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jun 2012

Transitioning from Tape to Transcoding

An interview with an old-school editor and modern-day RED shooter and streaming producer who is always learning, always mentoring
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2012

Review: Video Editing in Adobe Photoshop CS6

A new feature in Adobe Photoshop CS6 allows editing and rendering for streaming, and includes keyframeable effects and clip-layering.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 May 2012

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