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: Live Video Editing Inside TriCaster Advanced Edition Media Players

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In this episode, NewTek’s Master Trainer Don Ballance brings you a 2-minute tutorial featuring TriCaster Advanced Edition’s capabilities for editing inside the media players.  For this video, we will be editing inside the DDR, specifically.   First of all, you can click on any particular clip in the DDR and then scrub through that clip … Read more…

Adding Transitions in Media Player With TriCaster Advanced Edition

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NewTek training chief Don Ballance demonstrates how easy it is to add transitions between clips, one at a time or en masse, using the new editing capabilities in the media player in TriCaster Advanced Edition. Learn more: TriCaster Advanced Edition Free comprehensive training: Learning Resources

Split and Change Clip Speed in Media Player [TriCaster Advanced Edition]

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NewTek Training Headmaster Don Ballance demonstrates how to split clips and change the playback speed with a beautiful slow motion effect, right where you want it, with the new media player editing capabilities in TriCaster Advanced Edition.   Learn more about TriCaster Advanced Edition NewTek’s free comprehensive training: Learning Resources

What is a “Buffer”? What is a “DDR”? What is the difference?

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Important among the elements in a production system are the facilities for storing pre-made content for use at production time.  This is especially the case for live production systems.  The ability to have media of many types available immediately upon need is critical to a smooth live production experience. One such element is a software … Read more…