Learn more about how the StreamGeeks are teaming up with video production studios around the world in this podcast episode.
Today we made a thrilling discovery. Something that’s going to change the game for us and our podcasting strategy. Our discovery and the topic for today’s blog post is live streaming our podcast to Instagram. You may think, well why not just live stream your conversation to Instagram? What’s the difference? The difference is we get to pull from our professional audio mixing board, not just our high-quality audio, but all of our audio effects as well. This is one step away from being able to host a professional video stream to Instagram with graphics and all.
Enjoy this video version of the Podcast Tech Upgrade and Review episode. Check out all the details on this affordable, live streaming ready, podcast studio.
Podcast Tech Upgrade & Review
Should streamers podcast? Should podcasters stream? In this episode, we argue, absolutely! Tune in to hear about our new podcast studio, and why crossing mediums can benefit your audience growth and business.
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You’ve seen it. The transition from Hollywood, to Reality TV and now daily vlogging. Let’s talk about the importance of authenticity in live streaming and video production. Why are Behind the Scenes video so attractive and what is it about IRL (In Real Life) live streaming that has captured the attention of a generation.
The StreamGeeks have been through it all when it comes to live streaming. Here are some of the things we do to prevent live streaming issues and make our team feel more confident going live.
This week the StreamGeeks went live from their phone, throwing all the high-end video production equipment out the window! Why? The power of the selfie stream! Learn more about how you can leverage mobile phones for live streaming in a way that people respond too!
Here is the video version of the StreamGeeks weekly podcast. Learn how to live stream a music festival with all the latest in live streaming tech with these crazy StreamGeeks!
This we the StreamGeeks reflect on a recent live stream for a medium-sized music festival. The team talks about everything involved, all the upgrades for technology and what to watch out for. Enjoy this podcast all about the latest live streaming / mobile systems.
This week we review the lighting setup that has evolved over the years to incorporate 3-point lighting for each one of our guests plus we have added some very nice "atmospheric lighting". Our lighting system includes six cameras from DRACAST that are all LED which keeps our studio cool and well lit. But what do not currently have is actual DMX control over our studio lights. Therefore each show we have to manually turn on each light and angle the lights for the set we in.
We are now adding Chauvet DJs lights to our system and felt it was time to start using DMX controls with our studio lights. So this week we reviewing our LED studio lighting before we jump into our new setup for Season 2. When it comes to lighting it's all about color temperature and setting up your lights to complement your cameras. Each camera angle will capture light in a different way so testing your camera angles with your lighting setup is always a good idea.