2-Minute Tutorial: TriCaster Advanced Edition: Intro to Media Player “Show on Program”

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TriCaster Advanced Edition includes new replay functionality that boosts your TriCaster’s capabilities in sports production workflows. This video builds on two of our previous tutorials: 2-Minute Tutorial: TriCaster Advanced Edition Replay.  Watch this to see the basics of how to set up and operate the Replay functions (you’ll learn to do a quick replay from … Read more…

2-Minute Tutorial: Multi-Angle Replay with TriCaster Advanced Edition

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TriCaster Advanced Edition includes new replay functionality that boosts your TriCaster’s capabilities in sports production workflows. This video builds on a previous tutorial, 2-Minute Tutorial: TriCaster Advanced Edition Replay.  Watch that to see the basics of how to set up and operate the Replay functions (you’ll learn to do a quick replay from one of your … Read more…

2-Minute Tutorial: TriCaster Advanced Edition Replay

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TriCaster Advanced Edition has added replay functionality that boosts your TriCaster’s capabilities in sports production workflows. In this video, you’ll see how to set up and operate the Replay functions in order to produce a quick replay from one of your cameras. We hope this video is helpful to you, and if you have suggestions … Read more…

Changing Title Defaults in TriCaster

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A common task in pre-production is to test a number of styles for the onscreen text and graphics. A convenience for such testing is the ability to have desired text and a logo graphic in place as you switch between style templates, and this can be accomplished with the Datalink key defaults available in TriCaster … Read more…

NewTek University: TriCaster Advanced Edition, 101

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For years, NewTek resellers from around the globe have been making the journey to “NewTek University,” a unique and specialized place of knowledge and learning within NewTek’s San Antonio, TX headquarters. At NewTek U, resellers receive training in the latest features in NewTek products like TriCaster, 3Play, and TalkShow.  It is the fountain head of … Read more…

What You Need to Know For Live Streaming From Your Multicam Studio

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by Allan Tépper This article will cover details you need to know to plan for live streaming, whether from a standard TriCaster or one upgraded to include the TriCaster Advanced Edition. You’ll learn everything you need to know in terms of framerates, CDN (Content Distribution Networks), multi-tier fallback Internet connections, and how to reach more … Read more…

Drawing Live Telestrator Graphics on a TriCaster

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Most people are familiar with “telestrating” from network-level sports production, where it has been in use for many years. The ability to draw on video in real time is the domain of the telestrator, a tool that applies graphics via hardware and software to stills and clips of video. FingerWorks makes a telestrator that operates on … Read more…

How To Control Your TriCaster Using a Smart Phone

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Shawn Hendrix from KeyCode Media performs double duty as technical director AND on-screen talent using an iPhone 5 to control an unattended TriCaster in the production suite. Control your TriCaster from anywhere using pre-programmed command sequences assigned to buttons on your smart phone.  Select inputs, run pre-recorded video from the DDRs, bring up graphics, connect to … Read more…

Quick Tip: Rehearsals in Live Sports Productions

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Production crews new to live sports often just set up and do a game with no preliminaries. John Servizzi of WebStream Sports shares his experience on why the best production quality is achieved when the crew sets up early and rehearses for the game. More tips on Sports Production Learn more about Sports Production Solutions

Quick Tip: Formatting Flash Drives

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Victor Borachuk, owner of Jupiter Returns, shares formatting and other tips to help you get the most out of flash drives when transporting large media files. Also from Victor Borachuk: Quick Tip: Encode Media Beforehand Learn more about: Multi-Camera Production and Streaming