What’s the Best Camera for My Live TV Studio

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by Allan Tépper Picking the best cameras for a TriCaster-based live TV studio starts with a key question: Do you want/need a virtual set or a traditional, organic one? The answer to that question will set you on two very different paths since the camera priorities change drastically depending upon whether or not you want … Read more…

4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Portable Camera

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By Kevin McAuliffe This topic can be very confusing to a lot of people. If you’re just starting out in the industry and looking to purchase new equipment, you might think that when it comes to picking up a camera, you can just check out what is on sale at Best Buy, and you’ll be … Read more…

Quick Tip: Simplify Audio Cabling using HD-SDI

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At a major trade event, getting all the audio where it needs to go in your booth can be a headache. Jeff Hawley of Yamaha Company of America shares the way that Yamaha simplified their audio cabling issues at NAMM 2015, and that solution applies as well in other live production setups, including multiple-studio production … Read more…

How To Input A Laptop Webcam & Mic Into TriCaster

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Kane Peterson, NewTek Workflow Engineer iVGA and iVGA Pro are examples of the IP workflow offered in NewTek video production products for many years now; both enable a networked computer (Mac or Windows) to act as an input source for a TriCaster on the same LAN.  If you are not familiar with using iVGA Pro … Read more…