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Protected: Norsk Studio: A No-Code Interface for Media Workflows

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Norsk for Broadcasters: Interview with id3as’ Steve Strong

Steve Strong Details Norsk's Suitability for Broadcasters

Recently, I spoke with Steve Strong, id3as’ co-founder and director, about Norsk’s suitability for broadcasters. Below is the video and a summary of the conversation. Overview By way of background, many traditional broadcasters are transitioning from legacy platforms to IP-based systems. A key player facilitating this shift is id3as with their new product, Norsk. Briefly, Norsk is a suite of …

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Improve Zoom Video Quality for VOD in Premiere Pro

If you’re converting a Zoom or other conference recording for VOD distribution, here’s how to improve Zoom video quality in Premiere Pro before uploading Many of us use conferencing systems like Zoom and others to produce interviews that we broadcast live and later on VOD. Often you can’t control the quality of the video coming in from the remote participant …

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Beginner’s Guide to REMI Production

Remote production has garnered significant notice over the last few years for obvious reasons. While there is a specific definition that I’ll share below, the concept has expanded to any production schema where the talent or event is at one location and the video production at another. In a recent webinar produced by the Streaming Learning Center, three experts presented …

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Tutorial: Producing Live-Streamed Events with the Roland V-02HD MK II

I recently had the opportunity to test Roland’s V-02HD MK II video mixer. Though the unit only has two inputs, you can switch between them with optional foot control, making it ideal for simple self-produced productions. Here’s the Roland explainer video.  After working with the unit, I wrote a tutorial on how to use the mixer for a self-produced …

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Choosing a Cloud-Based Video Editor

I recently spent a few days studying cloud-based video editors which led to this article published in Streaming Media Magazine. I learned that there are two tiers of cloud editors. The top tier, including Blackbird and Vimond IO, are serious video editors that rival desktop editors in features and performance (particularly Blackbird). These services should appeal to producers who want …

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How to Choose a Video Mixer for Streaming

Video Mixer for Streaming

This post describes how to choose a video mixer for live events and conferences. It was derived from a lesson in my Live Streaming Bootcamp course, which teaches you the skills and techniques that optimize the quality of your webinars and live streams. Click here for more detail on the course. At the most basic level, video mixers are hardware or …

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Choosing a Light Kit for Streaming, Webinars, and Web Conferences

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This article describes how to buy a light kit for live streaming, webinars, and web conferences. It was derived from a lesson in my Live Streaming Bootcamp course, which teaches you the skills and techniques that optimize the quality of your webinars and live streams. Click here for more detail on the course. Lighting is the single most important determinant of …

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Streaming Learning Center Presents Webinar on Remote Production Workflows

Webinar Highlights Three Remote Production Workflows to Enable Attendees to Choose the Best Alternative Here’s the webinar; links to the handouts are below the video window. Thanks to Corey, Anthony, and John for pulling together the information and delivering three great presentations. Corey’s handout here: Anthony’s handout here: John’s handout here: Here’s the description: Remote production became a “thing” during …

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Webinar: Choosing the Optimal Remote Production Technology and Workflow

Here’s the webinar; links to the handouts are below the video window. Thanks to Corey, Anthony, and John for pulling together the information and delivering three great presentations. Corey’s handout here: Anthony’s handout here: John’s handout here: Here’s the description: Remote production became a “thing” during the pandemic and it will remain a thing going forward. But what precisely is …

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