Webinar Highlights Three Remote Production Workflows to Enable Attendees to Choose the Best Alternative
Christiansburg, VA — September 15, 2021 — Remote production became a “thing” during the pandemic and it will remain a thing going forward. But what precisely is remote production? What are the options, and how do they compare in terms of quality, cost, user experience, and technical complexity? What are the advantages over simple-to-use platforms like Zoom or Go-To-Webinar?
A webinar produced by the Streaming Learning Center will answer all these questions and more allowing attendees to understand the pros, cons, and tradeoffs of three different remote production workflows. The Webinar, entitled Choosing the Optimal Remote Production Technology and Workflow, is scheduled for Tuesday, September 21 between 2:00 – 3:00 EST.
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“Remote production became a commonly used term over the last 18 months,” said Streaming Learning Center head Jan Ozer, “but many different workflows qualify as remote production techniques. This webinar compares three different alternatives presented by experts in each, so attendees can leave understanding which alternative is best for them.”
Speakers include Corey Behnke, Producer and Co-Founder at Live X, where he has produced the worldwide webcast for New Year’s Eve in Times Square for the last ten years. Corey will detail how to produce remote events via manned and Robotic remote-controlled cameras onsite with signals transferred to a central location via 4G/5G and other connections for mixing and streaming in an off-site location.
Also presenting is Anthony Burokas, Head of Streaming for Dallas-based DHD Films, and long-time Contributing Editor for Streaming Media Producer on live production will describe how to do professional productions from your home studio/office with multiple off-site subjects using vMix Call.
The final speaker is John Porterfield, Virtual and Video Streaming Events & Sr. Webcast Producer at Social180Group will discuss how to produce events via onsite cameras sending signals to the cloud, and mixing and producing with the cloud-based easylive.io service.
Each speaker will take about 15 minutes to detail their production method leaving about 15 minutes for questions at the end. The presentations are structured to allow for easy comparison. Each speaker will cover:
- How each of these alternatives compares in terms of CAPEX and OPEX
- How they compared in terms of video quality, user experience, and technical complexity
- How they compare to webinar services like Zoom
- The available redundancy options you should consider
The webinar is free and with registration available here.
About the Streaming Learning Center
The Streaming Learning Center offers content and courses that help technical professionals new to streaming media learn the market, terms, technologies, and best practices, and to teach discrete skills like the installation and operation of the Wowza Streaming Engine, encoding with FFmpeg, and computing and applying objective quality metrics.