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Best cities to live and work as a moviemaker
Hollywood has always been a-dream-come-true for all those involved in the film industry. Making it in Hollywood equals success, an impressive career, and ample opportunities to achieve your long-desired goals. However, some other locations rightfully deserve the reputation of being among the best cities to live and work as a moviemaker. We have chosen a few of these to give you a hint. After you study the list, packing and moving your film equipment to one of these cities might seem like the right thing to do.
Published on Friday, June 26, 2020 10:00 AM
How to Live Stream a Wedding and Connect with Remote Guests
As Co-owner, along with Stacy Doose, of ChiliDog Pictures, a small two-person production company in Cincinnati, OH, we’ve recently had to quickly transition our services to include live streaming weddings, distance learning and more in light of the impact of COVID-19.
Published on Monday, June 15, 2020 10:00 AM
AJA Introduces New Streaming, IP, 12G-SDI, Scan Conversion Solutions, and Updates
Even though most in-person industry events like IBC have been held virtually this year, many technology vendors, AJA Video Systems included, have been working quietly behind the scenes to develop new solutions aimed at helping professionals across broadcast, production, post and ProAV meet an ever-increasing demand for live content and remote work setups. We got the chance to catch up with AJA Director of Product Marketing Bryce Button about what the company has been up to, and, spoiler alert, they’ve just unveiled some groundbreaking new technology, as well as a feature rich update that Ki Pro Ultra 12G users are going to like.
Published on Thursday, October 1, 2020 2:00 PM
Tips for Getting the Right Sound for Your Live Concert
When it comes to producing live music, getting the sound to come out flawlessly is one of the most difficult aspects. Both the performers and the sound team share responsibility of this particular aspect, but even if both are consistent, different venues and different PA systems can mean that all conventional wisdom and “what worked before” can go right out the window.
Published on Friday, July 19, 2013 2:01 PM
Going Digital: A Guide to Virtual Events
Two simple words; suddenly at the forefront of popular culture. Around the world, producers, PR execs and performers are left scrambling; each trying to learn the ins and outs of live streaming. For most, it comes down to one burning question: “How do I pivot my in-person event to the digital stage?”
Published on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 10:00 AM
Cool Cars, Mobile Live Streams and a Blackout…Oh My!
Self-proclaimed “Satellite Guy” Rob McWilliams of McWilliams Productions shares tales from producing multiple live shows at CES, including how he was able to live stream through a massive blackout!
Published on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 10:00 AM
Safety Guidelines for Filming Interviews & Live Streams During the COVID-19 Crisis
While currently, most productions are shutdown, it’s not too early to think about how we can conduct interviews and live streams in the future. This may apply to limited video productions going on right now, which may be justified on an essential business need. It will most certainly apply to most productions once things ease up and social distancing still must be practiced for the foreseeable future.
Published on Thursday, April 2, 2020 2:32 PM
How Old Media is Embracing Online Video and New Media: Streaming Media Recap
by Nina StreichThe panel opened with the question, “Has old media died off?” and the interesting factoid that social media has now exceeded porn as the most used aspect of the internet.All the panelists agreed that the distinction between old and new media is shrinking. Mina Seetharaman (MS) said that everyone used to think of TV as old media but now all media - new or old - goes through a pipe.
Published on Friday, May 31, 2013 2:00 PM
Ncam ‘Drops In’ Live Augmented Reality Characters at the Fortnite World Cup Finals
The recent Fortnite World Cup Finals, staged by Epic Games at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City, was a landmark event for the esports movement. Its $30m prize purse saw what is already forecast to be a $1bn esports industry next year truly break through to widespread mainstream coverage. And one of the key elements to its sophisticated broadcast operation was a ground-breaking deployment of Ncam technology that allowed for an unprecedented level of augmented reality coverage rendered in real-time at 1080p60 in Unreal Engine 4.
Published on Friday, November 15, 2019 10:00 AM
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