We’ve learned a whole lot from live streaming and we really wanted to share that information with others so they don’t make the same mistakes as we did.Read More
It's time to show the camera gear we use, and why we use them! We have optimised for easy packing and transport while ensuring a good 1080p quality.Read More
We love sharing our setup, and at a recent conference, we took the opportunity to shoot some B-Roll of all the gear we use to capture and live stream an event.Read More
Here's a video we've been wanting to make for awhile as it's a workflow that we've been using from day one.
This'll be your getting started guide to using an iOS device to control your ATEM Switcher.Read More
As we save up our pennies for an ATEM hardware panel, we've got our eyes on easy ways to control the ATEM by other means.
We've shown before how simple is us to control Wirecast with a midi keyboard, and in this video/guide, we'll show you how to use that same Midi panel to talk to an ATEM switcher.Read More
If you are interested in a robust way to control Wirecast with a hardware panel, you are definitely in the right place.
In this guide, we'll explain how to use a Midi controller (a Korg nanoKONTROL2, in our case) seamlessly with Wirecast.Read More
Here's our take on the 5" Blackmagic Video Assist, a small but powerful monitor/recording solution.Read More
We love to keep our live audience informed during a live stream, that's why we have created a specific way to keep them up to date.
In this episode, we walk you through our solution for taking a break and how we use ATEM Macros, a windows 10 PC and a simple HTML site to make it all work.Read More
We really like these Filmmaker Kits from RØDE, so much so that this is our second pack! In this episode of Show and Tell, we take your through the ins and outs of the kit.Read More
The AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable is an excellent way to capture a presenters laptop feed during a live demo or presentation.
It lets you record to an SD card or even straight to your laptop.Read More
If you're looking for a capture device to bring in a camera/laptop source into your computer, the Intensity Shuttle might just be for you.
It comes in USB 3.0 and ThunderBolt 2 variations, so you should be covered!Read More
If you run a local meetup or small conference, you may be wanting to record it so that you can share the content online - This is great for anyone who couldn't make the event, or just to keep a record of it all.
This is something we do all the time for meetups all over Europe, and we wanted to share the gear with you.Read More
If you're looking for a rack-mountable dual screen solution, then this is probably your best bet. The SmartView Duo from Blackmagic Design is what we took a look at in this episode of Show and Tell.Read More
After our first conference, we got back to the editing station with six 64GB SD cards full of video/audio coverage and began editing. That’s when we realised that there has to be a better way - Live editing.Read More
In this episode of Show and Tell, we've included two similar products from Blackmagic Design. The Micro Converter SDI to HDMI and HDMI to SDI are very powerful converters at a low price.Read More
We really love these UltraStudio Mini Recorders - an easy way to get an SDI or HDMI signal into your computer via Thunderbolt.Read More
In Episode 2 of Show and Tell, we take a deep look at the MD-HX from Decimator Designs - It's a really powerful SDI and HDMI cross convertor.Read More
In this first episode of Show and Tell, we take a look at the HyperDeck Shuttle 2 from Blackmagic Design.
You can record directly from a HDMI or SDI source to a solid state drive. You can even record in ProRes or DNxHD and edit your show as soon as it ends!Read More