Free Wirecast and Wowza Streaming Engine Training in Atlanta

Posted by Derrick217 on March 26, 2016 under Video Streaming and Compression | Comments are off for this article

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
Wirecast 6

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 info@freemancompression.com to register for the event in Atlanta.

Training Location:
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.

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DVR Streaming With Wowza Media Server

Posted by Derrick on December 4, 2013 under Video Streaming and Compression | Comments are off for this article

DVR Streaming With Wowza Media Server is more common as a streaming delivery method for Live Streaming. Not only can you provide a Live Stream for your audience but you can also allow viewers to rewind the stream to watch the part that they missed. Since implementing Wowza with DVR provides a caching mechanism as it records, it makes for a great user experience for Live Streaming with DVR. If you’re interested in learning how to set up DVR attend our Wowza Advanced Topics Training – 201.

Give us a call about signing up to attend one of our Wowza Advanced Topics Training – 201 classes. You can attend the training On-site, On-line, in Orlando, Florida or in Columbus, Ohio. You can also call for Wowza consulting for the set up if you’re not interested in one of our trainings. Call Freeman Compression Inc. at 407.477.5837 for more information or e-mail us at info@freemancompression.com. Contact us about training times for your country if you are an international student.

Recording Videos With Wirecast on the Mac

Posted by Derrick on September 26, 2009 under Video Streaming and Compression | Comments are off for this article

If you’re Recording videos with Wirecast on a Mac the formats that you can save to are QuickTime .mov, Flash .f4v and MPEG-4 .m4v.  The Record to Disk option is great way to archive your content to disk.  You can save the files for archiving or later playback from a Streaming Server.

QuickTime 7.6.4 Not Compatible with Wirecast for Windows

Posted by Derrick on September 13, 2009 under Video Streaming and Compression | Comments are off for this article

The new version of QuickTime, v7.6.4, is not compatible with Wirecast for Windows.  Telestream is working on resolving the issue but until it is fixed, you should not update to the new QuickTime.