SLC Completes Successful Year of Streaming Consulting

US Government Contracts and Streaming Media Conferences Dominate the Lineup During 2010, the Streaming Learning Center produced ten separate training experiences in the US and abroad, showcasing the organization’s ability to produce custom training focused on streaming production, Final Cut Pro workflows and streaming encoding. The efforts included ten days of primarily on site training…

SLC Completes Successful Year of Streaming Consulting

US Government Contracts and Streaming Media Conferences Dominate the Lineup During 2010, the Streaming Learning Center produced ten separate training experiences in the US and abroad, showcasing the organization’s ability to produce custom training focused on streaming production, Final Cut Pro workflows and streaming encoding. The efforts included ten days of primarily on site training…

Interview on WebM and HTML5 at StreamingMedia West

ScribeMedia.org produced a number of video interviews at StreamingMedia West, including an interview with StreamingLearning Center’s founding visionary, Jan Ozer (sorry, couldn’t resist, writing in the third party is so freeing). As the title suggests, host Peter Cervieri and I discuss WebM, HTML5 and several other issues. Interestingly, the interview was shot with a single…

Don’t Preview Encoded files in QuickTime Pro on Windows

I recently was producing some files for a client in Sorenson Squeeze, and saw some funky differences in exposure and contrast when previewing my work in QuickTime Player and other players. I produced this file at 1280×720, so feel free to zoom out to full screen to watch this video.