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In this educational webinar Todd Conley, esports and education advocate with HighSchool.gg, explains the intersection between Esports and education. High School.gg is a Bellevue, Washington-based career technical student organization centered around Esports. The 501c3 non-profit uses Esports to engage students in seven unique career clusters. With chapters throughout the country, Highschool.gg is instrumental in bringing […]

OBS 27 is now available for download as a release candidate from the OBS website here. Some of the big new features are all about usability which includes Undo and Redo actions, a missing files notification, new controls for virtual cameras, stingers, overlay features, and a long list of other updates. The StreamGeeks have published […]

This is a presentation put together for the California Association of Realtors. If you are in the realty business, check out how you can use live streaming, video premieres, and well-designed Zoom meetings to get more listings and sell more properties. This strategy leverages the large audiences available on social media by using live streaming […]

In the world of live streaming, bandwidth refers to the rate of data transfer your computer and other devices have access to, measured in bits per second. Because bits are such a small unit of data, bandwidth speeds are usually referred to with the prefixes like kilo, mega, or giga. Kilo means thousand, mega means […]

  SRT is a video transport protocol designed to send high quality video over the public internet. SRT stands for Secure, Reliable, Transport. SRT can be used with many popular video production solutions including OBS, Wirecast, and vMix. In fact, there are over 450 members in the SRT alliance. SRT is used by video producers […]

Almost any computer can be used to live stream today. Even something as simple as a Chromebook can be used with cloud based video production solutions such as Restream.io, StreamYard and EasyLive. With that being said, every computer has its limitations with what it is capable of handling.     How to Choose a Live-Streaming […]

We’ve all been there. It’s a boring zoom meeting and we want to break the ice with a hilarious sound. You know, like a clown horn, or maybe something more subtle like the sound of a babbling brook. However you plan on using virtual sound effects in your Zoom meetings, this video and blog post […]

Using Wirecast for live video production often requires the connection of a couple cameras. You can connect cameras to your computer running Wirecast in a variety of ways that you will learn about in this chapter. These options include internal capture cards, external capture devices, USB, IP streams and NDI.   USB Webcams Setting up […]

Wirecast is designed to be flexible. Know upfront that there are many different possible video production workflows. When you first load the software, it may help to experiment with the screen’s layout to get a feel for the possibilities. From the Layout menu, you can choose the layout of your main window. From the very […]

Wirecast comes in two different versions. Wirecast Studio is generally suitable for most users. The Wirecast Pro version offers a few more options that are necessary for specific applications that you may find useful. The lower-priced ($599) Wirecast Studio version comes standard with unlimited inputs. This includes an unlimited number of inputs from sources such […]


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