Jeffrey Powers presents part 3 of a five part series on how to install, setup and use Wirecast in video production. Part 3 – set up the encoder, set up the broadcast to ustream, justin.tv
Jeffrey Powers presents part 2 of a five part series on how to install, setup and use Wirecast in video production. Second part – how to set up a scene.
Jeffrey Powers presents part 1 of a five part series on how to install, setup and use Wirecast in video production. First part – Installation and functions of Wirecast.
At the Casio booth, they showed off the EX-H20G Hybrid-GPS camera. This is a 14.1-megapixel camera that will track your location inside buildings or other places where no GPS signals can be received. Casio is calling this hybrid-GPS. The hybrid tracking is performed by a three-way accelerometer and a three-way direction sensor. The camera also has over 10,000 […]
CES was a blast. Then I had to head to Dallas, which was also a blast. Now I have to put up tons of video… Not so much. This two week off thing is the first since Geekazine started. But now we’ve changed some things up. If you haven’t seen the video before, check it […]
Apparently, the download of the podcast went haywire and eveybody downloaded 23 MB of nothing (or static). I have found the problem – a VST file I use to clean up the audio. That file has been sacked and we have a show once again. Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show […]
Speaking up is the most important thing. It lets me know you are there and listening. In this episode, I talk about how most podcasters lose their flame and either shut down or change gears, then hear from the masses. Then I will talk about the 2nd Summer of Podcasts contest Congrats to PvP on […]
Aluratek has been working on all things Digital. They have the Libre – an e-reader – and the Cinecam – an handheld HD camera. Now they can add the Cinepal to the mix. This personal media viewing device is a lot like a tablet. A 6 hour battery means long trips can be enjoyed with […]