We plan to also stream this event live on our Livestream channel!
6:30 – 7:30 pm Dinner and Networking
7:30 – 9:30 pm Presentation and Discussion
Digital Media dominates the world of audio and video today. Never before has computer generated audio and video been so easy to transfer, access, and customize. It is important that everyone working in broadcasting be familiar with the newest way to handle media and how to get it to their audience using compression, streaming and scan conversion technologies.
Baylor University Film and Digital Media SMPTE Student Chapter Event
Mark Your Calendar for October 19, 2011
Where: Baylor University, 101 Castellaw Communication Center, Waco, Texas
When: 6:00pm to 7:00pm, followed by a Q&A Session from 7:00pm to 7:30pm
Program Title: Markerless Motion Imaging and Real Time 3D Tracking Data for Digital Media Production and Entertainment
Presented by: Alex Czarowicz, VP Sales, Organic Motion, Inc.
About the Program:
Joint SMPTE/SBE Section Meeting
6:00-7:00 pm Dinner and Networking
7:00-8-30 pm Presentation and Discussion
Presenters: Joseph W. Carter and Julian M. Rodriguez
Location: KDTX Studios 2823 W Irving Blvd Irving, TX 75061
This event will be streamed live!!! ProAudio.com will be providing live streaming using the NewTek Tricaster TCXD-850 Extreme.
The session will focus on network media processing – otherwise known as encapsulation/fragmentation. A variety of streaming formats — Silverlight, Flash, HLS, WebM — are generally required to serve the multitude of screens through which content is consumed. Each format can include separate workflows, storage components, and strategies. Network-based media processing offers an increasingly popular approach to simplifying these workflows. How does packaging of media elements in the network (versus on the encoder) work? What are the benefits?