Jan Ozer

 

Jan has worked in digital video since 1990, and is the author of over 20 books related to video technolgy, including Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery and the Premiere Pro CC: Visual QuickStart Guide. Jan currently writes for Streaming Media Magazine and Streaming Media Producer, and consults widely on streaming media-related topics.

Content Posted by Jan Ozer

Choosing a Workstation for Editing, Encoding, or Analysis? Check out the HP Z840

Though cameras get most of the hype and headlines for video producers, workstations are where the rubber meets the road, helping us meet our deadlines and get our work done during normal (or mostly normal) business hours. Recently, I put the new HP Z...

Free Webinar: Best Practices for Enterprise Video Presentations

Thursday, July 16th 2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT Organizations across all industries are increasing their use of video for communications, training and collaboration. As this adoption grows, employees and executives must focus on how to create the highes...

Producing Live Events: Tip 7: You're In Charge of Marketing, Even When You're Not

Total Webcasting is a webcasting service provider out of New York that produces dozens of events a month, and thousands since its inception in 2007. Total Webcasting is unique in that it produces virtually all events for its customers, while owning ...

Webinar Technique:Cash is King-How to Retain Your Attendee's Attention During a Webinar

I attended a great webinar yesterday, entitled What Converts? Building Landing Pages that Evoke Action. The two speakers were Kim Albee, a content marketing and sales expert from ContentZap, and Margaret Johnson, from Genoo, who provides an online ...

Hey Verimatix: Don't Ask for Contact Info to Watch a YouTube Video

So, I just signed up to watch a case study from Verimatrix on how they helped Stofa "realize the Stofa WebTV Vision." Since I follow the DRM markets, plus like watching video case studies to pick up tips, it was a chance to kill two birds with one st...

New HEVC Patent Group Misses First Milestone

HEVC Advance was the HEVC patent consortium that noisily announced their existence just before NAB and then denied the launch was timed for maximum discussion in Las Vegas. In their initial announcement, the consortium, which consists of only five co...

Article and Resources on High Dynamic Range Video

I just finished an article/essay/opinion piece on High Dynamic Range (HDR) video technology for Streaming Media Magazine. The bottom line is that there are so many different standards, that unless you have money to burn, you're not going to want to ...

Webinar Technique: What to Do When the Phone Dies

I just finished watching a LinkedIn Webcast entitled, Webcast: What you need to succeed with marketing on LinkedIn, which was produced on the WebEx webcast platform. During the webinar, the speaker, LinkedIn Direct of Marketing Keith Richey, explore...

Producing Live Events: Master Tip 8: Good Lighting is Critical

Total Webcasting is a webcasting service provider out of New York that produces dozens of events a month, and thousands since its inception in 2007. Total Webcasting is unique in that it produces virtually all events for its customers, while owning t...

Don't Be That Guy (Part 1)

I've been focusing a lot on webcams lately, mostly because I have a new book out on the topic, Mastering Webcam and Smartphone Video, How to Look and Sound Great in Webinars and Videoconferences. As the title suggests, the goal of the book is to hel...