There will be a Free Wirecast and Wowza Streaming Engine Training in Atlanta, Georgia, at Georgia Tech University. The training will take place on Monday, April 11, 2016, from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm in Room 321 in the Georgia Tech Student Center. If you’re in or near Atlanta, Georgia and need to get familiar with Wirecast and Wowza Streaming Engine, make sure you attend this Free training in Atlanta. The training will get you up to speed with Live Streaming using Telestream’s Wirecast and streaming delivery with Wowza Media System’s Wowza Streaming Engine. The training session will be taught by Instructor, and Video Streaming and Compression Consultant, Derrick Freeman.
Software featured in training:
Wowza Streaming Engine 4
The training will provide the following:
- An Overview of Wowza Streaming Engine 4
- An Overview of Wirecast 6
- Details on how to use Wowza Streaming Engine Manager
- Instruction on how to configure Live Streaming with Wowza Streaming Engine
- Instruction on how to send Live Streams with Wirecast
- Directions on how to configure on-demand adaptive streaming with Wowza
- Directions on how to adjust compression settings in Wirecast
- Instruction on how to configure shots with audio in Wirecast
- Instruction on how to configure shots with video in Wirecast
- Details on how to add titles in Wirecast
- Instruction on how to adjust source settings in Wirecast
- Details on to import media into Wirecast
Also, attendees will be given an opportunity to ask questions during the training session. If you’d like to attend the training, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the event in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech University
Room 321 in the Georgia Tech Student Center
350 Ferst Drive Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30332
Venue map: http://studentcenter.gatech.edu/explore/map/Pages/default.aspx
Paid Parking is available in the lot right next to the Georgia Tech Student Center.
Visitor Parking information
There will be a Free Video Streaming and Compression Tools Training in Atlanta, Georgia at the Courtyard Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue on Dec. 11, 2009. So If you’re in or near Atlanta, Georgia and need to get familiar with video streaming and compression make sure you attend this Free Episode Encoder, Wirecast and Sawmill Professional Training in Atlanta. The training will get you up to speed with video encoding using Telestream’s Episode Encoder and webcasting with Telestream’s Wirecast. The training day also includes Instructor and Video Streaming and Compression Consultant, Derrick Freeman, teaching attendees how to perform log file analysis using Sawmill Professional. You can Click Here to Register for the Event in Atlanta.
Orlando, Florida – October 21, 2009 – Freeman Compression Inc. today announced that it will be providing Episode Encoder, Wirecast and Sawmill Professional Training in six U.S. cities from December 2009 through May 2010. The Episode Encoder and Wirecast portion of the training is sponsored by Telestream and the Sawmill Professional portion is sponsored by Flowerfire. The full day training sessions will take place in New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, Las Vegas, Atlanta and Orlando. Free instruction will be provided on video compression using Telestream Episode Encoder Pro, live streaming media production using Telestream Wirecast and log files analytics for streaming servers and other devices using Flowerfire Sawmill Professional.
The training sessions will be led by Derrick Freeman, Instructor and Video Streaming Consultant for Freeman Compression, Inc. Freeman provides instruction for Episode Encoder, Wirecast and Sawmill Professional classes at Freeman Compression Inc.
“Training is geared at familiarizing class attendees with the use of Episode Encoder, Wirecast and Sawmill Professional, along with helping them realize the powerful features found in each of these tools,” said Derrick Freeman, Instructor. “These classes will be exciting because we’ll get the chance to show students encoding techniques, how to set-up live streaming, and many of the endless possibilities when users analyze their log files.”
The cost of the training is free. Registration is free as well. A schedule of dates, times and locations is available at www.freemancompression.com/html/trainingevents.html. Those who would like to register can contact Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 or send an email to email@example.com.
About Flowerfire, Inc.
Flowerfire, Inc., founded in 1996 and based in Santa Cruz, California, is a software company which provides log analysis and reporting solutions. Flowerfire’s primary product is Sawmill, a universal log analysis tool which can analyze and generate reports from over 800 log formats, including log files from all popular web servers, media servers, security applications, mail servers, spam filters, firewalls, proxies, gateways, and FTP servers. In addition to Sawmill, Flowerfire also provides consulting services for log analysis and reporting solutions. Flowerfire is privately held, family-friendly, and employee owned and controlled. (www.sawmill.net)
Telestream products make it possible to get video content to any audience regardless of how it is created, distributed or viewed. Throughout the entire digital media lifecycle, from capture to viewing, for consumers through high-end professionals, Telestream products include components, cross-platform encoding and live video streaming applications, plus fully-automated workflow systems. Telestream enables users in a broad range of business environments to leverage the value of their video content. Telestream corporate headquarters are located in Nevada City, California, and its team of video experts is located in France, Germany, Sweden, UK and US. (www.telestream.net)
About Freeman Compression Inc.
Located in Orlando, Florida Freeman Compression Inc. provides consulting for video streaming and compression. The company also offers video streaming training and compression training. The classes provided are: 1-Day Wowza Media Server Pro, 1-Day Episode Pro, 1-Day Wirecast, 1-Day Sawmill Professional and 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression. (www.freemancompression.com)