Our YouTube series all about the gear for event videography and live streaming.
Here's our look at the 7" A7S Monitor from Lilliput. It's a neat little external viewer for your production output or your camera.
Throwing around a microphone when it comes to Q&A time at a conference can make for a fun and engaging time.
That's why we are taking a look at the Catchbox throwable microphone in this video.
He's how we make a template in Apple Motion that can be easily brought into Final Cut Pro X and placed at the start/end of all your conference videos.
Once we have completed a large video production, like a conference or an event, we have lots of footage lying around (often on several different harddrives).
Here's a little peek at our workflow for editing conference videos.
"If all else fails" is something we live by when it comes to storing media for a project. "If all else fails... I'll still be able to use that other copy".
With this way of thinking, we make sure we have many copies of everything.
Here are our thoughts on what to charge for conference recording and coverage.
We've learned loads about recording a conference, and it's time to share those tips with you!
In this video, we list out our top tips, in the hopes that you can learn from them.
Here's a follow-up Q&A of our Multi-Camera Live Streaming Setup for Wirecast video. We've had a lot of great questions, comments, and feedback and thought it was best to go into details for anyone else with issues.
We previously made a video about a Multi-Cam Live Streaming Setup for Wirecast and it's gotten some great responses!
One of the things we wanted to address in this follow up video is that it doesn't have to be expensive to get into live streaming.