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Practical Production: Take 01 - Dynamic Multibox Effects

Many of our LiveToAir and Call-In Manager clients are using NewTek's TriCaster line for much of their production work. To help them better leverage the TriCaster's rich feature set, we are launching a new video series - Practical Production - offering 'how-to' tips and techniques for producing more visually compelling and smoother running shows.

To kick off this series, we explore using the new Composition feature found in the latest TriCaster Advanced Edition release to create the kinds of dynamic, multi-box shots often seen on network news and finance shows: 

 

The Practical Production series is all about helping you bring visually engaging elements to the content you are already creating, along with workflow suggestions to help your productions run more smoothly.  Just subscribe to our latest blog updates, and we'll let you know when our next episode is available.

If you have any production topics you would like us to cover just let us know in the comments below, or send us an email at support@gnural.com.  

(And while you're here, feel free to look around.)

 

 

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About the Author: John Mahoney

John Mahoney

John Mahoney is Founder and CEO of Gnural Net, focusing on the strategic vision and product roadmap for the company. John has over 25 years experience transforming emerging technologies into innovative solutions. He has been a founding member of multiple startups in the New York City area, including Multex.com (sold to Reuters in 2002) and InfoNgen (sold to EPAM in 2011). John holds a BS degree from Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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