Streaming Broadcasts for Internal and External Events
- 2 hours on-demand video
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Samples of internal and external events
- Types of cameras for broadcasting
- Microphone recommendations
- Audio Mixers and Pre-amplifiers
- USB audio interfaces
- Video switching software
- Studio setups
- Internet streaming platforms
- Bandwidth requirements
- A sample studio tour
- Sample streaming shows
- Basic knowledge of audio and video production. Working knowledge of Windows 10 Pro or MacOS.
Live broadcasting from studios or in the field is one of the largest growing sectors of the video and audio broadcasting industry.
This course will help you understand all the hardware, software, studio and gear needs in order to set-up successful internal or external events.
You will learn about streaming software and hardware, gear needed to get the job done. You will learn about microphones, video switchers, switching software, workstations and more.
In a relaxed show-and-tell format, Rick Zanotti, a seasoned video broadcaster on the Internet for over a decade, will help you quickly get up to speed and on the way to becoming a live broadcaster.
- This course is designed for anyone interested in streaming broadcast who wants to start or expand a show/event.
This lesson will introduce your instructors and their backgrounds in streaming media and video. You will get an overview of what will be covered in the course.
This tour of the RELATE studio will give you an example of what a normal studio might look like. You will see the different components that go into a broadcast studio including audio peripherals, Skype machines, audio rack devices, power conditioners, reference speakers, mixers, workstations and more.
This topic covers the importance of good bandwidth, data speed requirements and more.
At the heart of live streaming is the video switching software. You will see two popular video switching software packages and you’ll get up to speed quickly with terms and capabilities. You will also see two sample shows, one in vMix and the other in Wirecast, to get some inspiration.