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JVC GY-HM600 ProHD Cameras Picked to Power Patriot League HD Sports Streaming

The Patriot League, a Division 1 conference with sponsored championship competition in 24 sports, has purchased 30 JVC GY-HM600 ProHD cameras as part of 10 portable video production systems to stream live coverage of sporting events from its member schools to its digital network, in partnership with Campus Insiders
Featured News, Posted 05 Sep 2013

Streamstar to Showcase Live Webcast Solutions Line at IBC 2013

Streamstar's WEBCAST Systems are complete live video production systems that revolutionize the concept of multi-camera switching and streaming, putting the user in full control of all actions with an intuitive touch screen control surface
Featured News, Posted 05 Sep 2013

NewTek Rolls Out Next-Gen TriCasters

Three new models—TriCaster 860, TriCaster 460, and TriCaster 410—along with major enhancements to the company's flagship system, TriCaster 8000, will be available September 12, just before IBC 2013
Featured News, Posted 04 Sep 2013

Softron Launches New Smart Playout Engine for Mac-based TV and Streaming Playout

The Smart Playout Engine offers greatly increased versatility with support for most major industry codecs, graphic overlays such as tickers, clocks, RSS, bugs and logos, and the capacity for simultaneous output to broadcast and web streams
Featured News, Posted 25 Aug 2013

AVIWEST to Debut New Pocketsize Live Video Uplink Systems at IBC

AVIWEST has chosen IBC2013 to launch officially the DMNG PRO110 and DMNG PRO180-RA transmitters, as well as the QUAD wideband cellular antenna array
Featured News, Posted 25 Aug 2013

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

The JVC GY-HM650 and the Shape of Cameras to Come

JVC's GY-HM650 is a new three-chip CMOS camcorder with computer-like functionality that enables Internet connectivity and a second encoder that enables shooting and storing two different formats to SD card, or storing one format and transmitting live streaming video. Part 1 of this 2-part review details the mechanics of the online and dual-codec capabilities. In the second, we'll look at the GY-HM650 as a traditional camera and test quality and usability.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Aug 2013

Digital Rapids Stream ZHD Encoding System Joins John Lennon Educational Tour Bus

John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is using Digital Rapids' StreamZHD encoding system to educate students and deliver online streams of their live productions from its state-of-the-art, mobile audio and HD video recording and production facility
Featured News, Posted 22 Aug 2013

DVEO Ships Portable Lightweight HD-SDI-to-IP Streaming Appliance

The 12.25"(L) x 8.25"(W) Mamba DIG/IP connects to two simultaneous uncompressed SDI or HD-SDI video inputs from cameras, editing systems, or video servers, and supports simultaneous IP input
Featured News, Posted 14 Aug 2013

VITEC Adds HEVC/H.265 Support in HDM850 Decoder Card

Featuring unique frame accurate playback and compatible with HEVC, H.264 and MPEG-2 video standards, HDM850+ is a PCIe-based decoder card for use by end users as well as integrators
Featured News, Posted 07 Aug 2013

Streaming Learning Center to Produce Six Free Webinars on Encoding and Distributing Streaming Media

Series to help novice and intermediate website owners learn to add streaming video to their websites and perfect their streaming offerings
Featured News, Posted 30 Jul 2013

Primer: Live-Switched Webcasting

Although it's possible to webcast with a webcam or smartphone and a streaming service provider, a professional live-switched webcast has more in common with a live TV broadcast than it does a kid with a smartphone. This article discusses the roles that must be filled in a live-switched webcast, the various features and types of video switchers, and a lot of the small details that are important considerations in the larger video switching and webcasting workflow.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 25 Jul 2013

Live Production, Streaming, and Recording Anywhere

The Roland VR-50HD All-in-one Switcher Simplifies Production.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 25 Jul 2013

Choosing a Webcasting Vendor: It's All in the Details

For video production professionals, the challenges of producing world-class webcasts presents a dilemma: Do you acquire the skills, expertise, and technology to expand your offering, or simply partner with an organization that can produce the high-quality webcast your clients are expecting?
Sponsored Articles, Posted 25 Jul 2013

Grass Valley End-to-End Video Workflow Deployed in Lebanon's First HD OB Van

Grass Valley provides mobile backbone for Lebanese production outfit Hedgehog with cameras, production switchers, routing switchers, router control systems, and replay systems
Featured News, Posted 24 Jul 2013

Shoot, Switch, Stream: A Live Production Field Guide

Live-switched video is fast becoming live-switched webcasting, as video producers and their clients embrace the power and immediacy of delivering their content live to targeted audiences worldwide via streaming media. We are happy to announce Field Guide #2 focusing on Webcast Production Solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 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: 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: 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

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