Posts Tagged 'production'

Command Center 2.4 is Here!

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We’re thrilled to announce the latest release of Winnov Command Center, our Cbox monitoring and management software! Command Center 2.4 features an updated third-party scheduler, enhancements to the recordings management tool, and a new mode for local capture and streaming. The updates extend options for video production and streamlines scheduling activities and management of recordings.

What’s New?

Easier Scheduling with 3rd Party Calendars

The new Command Center scheduler tool is now better ...

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High-Touch or Automated Classroom Capture?

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating video content takes a lot more effort than just flipping on a camera.

After all, it seemingly takes a small army to make the videos we watch as couch potatoes in our living rooms. Technicians need to get equipment in place. The lighting needs to be just right. Audio inputs have to be managed. And once you have good video captured, you need other professionals to edit it all together.

Little wonder that some folks can get overwhelmed ...

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The Pursuit of Simplified Webcast Production

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Meeting the demand for simplified webcast production has been the holy grail for streaming technology developers for years.

Leading vendors continually work to boil complex features out of their platform solutions. Indeed, several vendors of webcasting capture appliances seemingly achieved nirvana a couple years back by rolling out systems that allow presenters to record presentations at the push of a single button on the front of the device.

Today, however, simplicity is moving beyond the frontiers of straightforward push-button ...

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Winnov Newsletter – September 2013 Edition

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The Pursuit of Simplified Webcast Production

By Steve Vonder Haar

Meeting the demand for simplified webcast production has been the holy grail for streaming technology developers for years.

Leading vendors continually work to boil complex features out of their platform solutions. Indeed, several vendors of webcasting capture appliances seemingly achieved nirvana a couple years back by rolling out systems that allow presenters to record presentations at the push of a single button on the front of the device.

Today, however, simplicity is moving beyond ...

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Shoot, Switch, Stream: Field Guide to Live Webcast Production Solutions

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Preparing for and streaming a live-switched production can prove to be much more challenging than capturing a classroom lecture and converting it into content destined for on-demand viewing. Shoot, Switch, Stream explores the steps of the video switching and webcasting workflow and also provides an in-depth look at production personnel, equipment and tools required to produce and deliver a professional live-switched webcast.

Shoot, Switch, Stream is the second installment from the Streaming Media Field Guide series which focuses on specific tasks ...

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HB Group Uses Cbox to Capture and Stream Corporate and Higher Education Events

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Background

Founded in 1988, HB Group, Inc. effectively designs and delivers creative technical solutions to improve live events for clients all over the U.S. and enhances audience engagement through the use of video, sound and lighting with the best technical staff in the industry. For over 20 years, the Company has been offering a wide range of AV equipment rentals and technical production solutions for events, corporate meetings, concerts, festivals, campus events, receptions and any gathering that can be enhanced with ...

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Fire-and-Forget Video Production

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating streaming video can be such a hassle sometimes.

Setting up cameras. Adjusting audio feeds. Getting the lighting just right. There’s a lot of work that goes into making presenters look presentable. Indeed, it’s fair to say that one of the biggest barriers to getting organizations to use video more frequently is the sheer challenge that can be associated with creating quality video content in the first place.

So the task for executives ...

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Don’t Be a Victim of Murphy’s Law

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By Steve Vonder Haar

When it comes to capturing live events for online distribution, Murphy’s Law reigns supreme.

Something absolutely, positively will go wrong when you’re trying to capture a live event and distribute it online. Perhaps your on-site camera won’t have the right connections to plug into the video encoder. Maybe the feed from the room’s audio system is not right for your system. In some cases, connections to the Internet may simply be faulty, ...

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