Training & Reviews


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Lighting Control Made Simple by AMX
18 Oct 2012 - AV Systems, Automation & Control, Energy Management

Sick of having to get up to turn on the lights during a presentation? With the AMX and Lutron® Clear Connect™ solution, presenters can more efficiently manage their meetings, and businesses can save money by automatically shutting off lights in unused rooms.

Panasonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
27 Sep 2012 - AV Systems, Presentation Systems

Panasonic, as the Official Audio Visual Sponsor of the London 2012 Olympic Games, supplied forty-five large LED screens and upwards of twenty-six PT-DZ21K and PT-DS20K 20,0000 lumens projectors.

Panasonic provides the Olympic Games with state-of-the-art digital audio/video equipment, such as displays, cameras and professional audio/video equipment.

Comparing the Cinema Camera & the 5D Mk III
25 Sep 2012 - Video Production, Professional Video

Marco Solorio of OneRiver Media compares the Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera and the Canon 5D Mark III in several tests. This includes dynamic range, sharpness, pushing levels, banding, artifacts, rolling shutter, chromakeying and more.

Choosing a Canon DSLR Lens
21 Sep 2012 - Video Production, Photography

Choosing the right lens for your DSLR camera can be difficult, especially when Canon have over 50 lenses to choose from.

This video tutorial narrows the choice down into four categories; ‘Everyday lenses’, ‘Landscape lenses’, ‘Action lenses, and ‘Creative lenses’, so you can find the perfect set of lenses.

Kaleidescape Movie Servers
14 Jul 2012 - Video Communication, Video on Demand

As the world's premier movie server, the Kaleidescape System stores copies of all your Blu-ray and DVD movies and beautifully presents your entire collection onscreen.

The award-winning user interface makes it easy to find the perfect film, or explore your movies and music like never before.

Educational Apps for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
27 Jun 2012 - Apple Solutions, Mac & iOS Apps

iOS apps are expanding the learning experience both inside and outside the classroom.

Students can carry an entire library of reference materials, interactive lessons, even games that make learning fun — anywhere. And there are apps for every subject — and every stage of learning.

Mac OS X: Windows on a Mac
26 Jun 2012 - Apple Solutions, Mac & iOS Apps

Every new Mac comes with Bootcamp, which lets you boot up and run Windows natively, as if it were a PC.

If you want to run Mac OS X and Windows side-by-side, you can purchase Parallels Desktop for Mac, or VMWARE Fusion. These apps gives you the flexibility to run the occasional Windows program without restarting your Mac.

Complete Greenscreen Tutorial with Eve Hazelton
25 Jun 2012 - Video Production, Post-Production, Audio & Lighting

From: Realm Pictures & Eve Hazelton

Eve takes us through greenscreen work:
1. Analysing your background plate to ensure a convincing key.
2. Lighting your screen and subject to match the background plate.
3. Combining the foreground and background elements in Adobe After Effects.

Martin Scorsese on Canon EOS
25 Jun 2012 - Video Production, Professional Video, Photography

Martin Scorsese—notable director of landmark films such as Mean Streets (1973), Taxi Driver (1976), and Goodfellas (1990)—offers his take on Canon's EOS line of DSLR Cameras.

The Canon Cinema EOS system is a new HD system, designed from the ground up to serve the evolving needs of the cinematography world.

HydraPort Connections Preview
18 Jun 2012 - AV Systems, Automation & Control

HydraPort is the first completely modular, retractable cable connection system built to accommodate the diverse connection needs of conference and meeting room visitors. This new HydraPort web tool lets you arranging modules and print actual size color prints and parts lists for your custom configuration.