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EventDV's parent company, Information Today, Inc., has evolved its editorial content over the past few years in order to focus on online video and streaming media.  As a result, the very difficult decision was made to close the magazine. We are very grateful for the loyalty our EventDV subscribers have shown us and thank you for your support. Essential components of event videography—those which deal with producing live webcasts and on-demand video—are covered in-depth on the Streaming Media Producer website.
Singular Software Announces Multicam A/V Sync Support for FCP X
PluralEyes, which quickly and accurately syncs video and audio clips for dual-system audio and multi-camera productions, now outputs multicam clips, fully automating multi-camera syncs for Final Cut Pro X editors.
Posted 13 Feb 2012
Nikon Introduces 36.3MP D800 With 1080p/30 Video
For cinematographers ready to put their exceptionally sharp NIKKOR lenses into action, the D800's 36.3 effective megapixel data is efficiently processed for exquisite 1080p broadcast quality video at 30p
Posted 08 Feb 2012
Anton/Bauer Intros QRC-CA9840 Gold Mount for Canon EOS C300
Provides 7.2V power to the camera via DC connector, designed to be compatible with Anton/Bauer's mounting bracket for 15- or 19-mm rod systems
Posted 08 Feb 2012
Neat Video Announces OpenFX Noise Reduction Filter for ASSIMILATE SCRATCH
Previously only available for video editing and compositing applications, this new version of Neat Video brings its industry-leading grain and noise reduction technology to Digital Intermediate (DI), Finishing, Production Dailies and Visual Effects Dailies workflows
Posted 08 Feb 2012
Panasonic Opens 2nd Annual Shoot It. Share It Online Video Competition for AG-AF100 Users
From February 6th through March 7th, Panasonic is accepting video contest entries from users of the AF100--the industry's first professional micro 4/3-inch video camcorder optimized for high-definition video recording--for the opportunity to showcase their creative work and win valuable production equipment
Posted 08 Feb 2012
Atomos Announces Testing of the Ninja Field Recorder with the Nikon D4 DSLR
The Nikon D4 is the first FX-format DSLR to output an uncompressed, clean HD signal over HDMI
Posted 02 Feb 2012
GenArts Announces Sapphire Edge Support for FCP X
Sapphire Edge empowers Final Cut Pro X editors to efficiently apply cutting-edge visual effects in a streamlined editorial experience without compromising the quality of the final result
Posted 02 Feb 2012
Livestream Announces Integration with NewTek TriCaster
New TriCaster plug-in provides H.264/AAC encoding, one click HD 720p multibitrate encoding, along with playback compatibility for iPhone and iPad - all without the need for an external encoder
Posted 02 Feb 2012
 

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In an article for Streaming Media Producer, Shawn Lam takes a look at the pros and cons of the difference types of video cameras available for webcasting. It includes an analysis of ENG Video Cameras, camcorders, PTZ CCTV and POV cameras, and Large Sensor Video Cameras.
Posted 14 Jun 2012 by
Tim Siglin | LandingZone, which will be available in a few weeks for $199.00 in two sizes—11" or 13" designs—mimics all the connectors of a last-generation Core2Duo MacBook Air. Read on to find out about current model MacBook Air devices, which have Thunderbolt connectors instead of mini DisplayPort connectors.
Posted 08 Feb 2012 by
Jan Ozer | A step-by-step tutorial on creating a basic setup for in-studio greenscreen shoot, including tips on lighting, audio, teleprompting, monitoring, camera setup, exposure, and cleanup.
Posted 08 Feb 2012 by
Jan Ozer | If you're a streaming producer you have to know how to produce H.264 for both Flash distribution and for mobile devices. Fortunately, Adobe Media Encoder makes this simple with multiple presets for desktop and mobile players which I'll show you how to find and customize in this tutorial.
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