Learn how Epiphan produces their Live @ Epiphan streaming show

See behind the scenes for Live @ Epiphan! Our newest blog post shows how Epiphan creates their show, and gives us some of the best practices for live Watch Epiphan Video’s live streaming show Live @ Epiphan on Thursdays at 3 PM Eastern. It’s the start of an era! Our video streaming, video switcher, and video capture card products make live video streaming a breeze. And now we’re plunging in to the vlogging phenomena that’s storming the Internet! Live @ Epiphan is a weekly show that streams live from our studio. It’s the live streaming show that’s all about live streaming! Each week we cover live video streaming topics that are geared to vloggers, gamers, and anyone wanting to know more about live event production in an engaging format. Topics like: How to live stream to YouTube, video capture cards, 4K streaming, and more. epiphan Our hosts share their knowledge about video capture technology and give tips to help you improve your live broadcasts. Hear about industry news, upcoming trade shows, and video streaming trends. Each show runs for about 15 minutes and usually has one main focus, like the cameras we use here at Epiphan. Plus we include time to showcase live video streaming examples and talk about what works, what hurts, and what’s interesting. Current episodes include: Welcome to Live @ Epiphan Audiences are introduced to our basic studio setup here at Epiphan and given a quick, behind-the-scenes look at audio dampening panels, mics, lighting, and our own Pearl that we use to live stream and do video switching. We also looked at some interesting examples of how other people use live streaming. The cameras we use at Epiphan In this episode, we talk about the different cameras we use, from small GoPro cameras that are great for trade shows to the Canon C100 for high-end marketing shoots. We even look at the Lumio 12x PTZ camera that we use in our own conference rooms. Click here to read the full article on Epiphan.com

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