TV Production Techniques

By TV Pro Gear & Newtek

Live streaming offers significant opportunities for today’s video pros. But what do you need to get started?

Download the Live Streaming Cookbook to find out just what you’ll need to make your live streaming vision a reality, whatever size your business. The best thing? You probably have access to much of what you’ll need already.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

In my forty plus years of making films, television shows and commercials, I have found more bad soundmen than any other craft. You even hear poor sound on major motion pictures. Bad sound is worse than bad picture. If the picture is a little soft or framed poorly, you can still follow what is happening. If the sound is unintelligible, you’ve lost your audience completely. However, getting good sound is not all that difficult.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

A properly designed video editing room will result in edited masters that look and sound better.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

Of course video and audio quality are always important no matter what the form of content distribution. However, achieving the highest possible quality when streaming video to the Internet is demanding. There are a few things you need to know to make your stream as good as possible.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

Whether you are planning to build a new studio from the ground up or doing an upgrade, proper lighting design is essential. Office, stage and post-production rooms each have different requirements.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

Whether you are planning to build a new studio from the ground up or doing an upgrade, proper lighting design is essential. Office, stage and post-production rooms each have different requirements.

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By Andrew Maisner, TV Pro Gear President

Despite air conditioning and humidity controls, as soon as a tape hits the shelf its starts to deteriorate. The useful life of tape is hard to predict. For some tapes it may already be too late. Others may need restoration in order to retrieve the content.

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