Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop - March 23rd

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop   March 23rdAre you producing streaming video and wondering if your procedures and work flow maximize quality and efficiency? Perhaps you're on the distribution side and need to learn how to produce a Flash Player, or install or manage the Flash Media Server? If any of these questions apply to you, there's a training seminar next month that you might be interested in.

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop

Our friend Jan Ozer is co-hosting a workshop all about streaming media production and flash delivery.  The "Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop" is happening on March 23, 2010, at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.  The workshop courses will detail the complete streaming production and delivery workflow, from set design to Flash Media Server setup, from H.264 encoding to Flash Player creation. The instructors (more info below) are recognized authors, experienced producers and frequent speakers at industry workshops.

This workshop will feature the following 2 tracks, each comprised of two ½ day courses:

Streaming Production Track - Hosted by Jan Ozer

  • Video Production for Streaming – Details how to produce high quality video for streaming, from set design, lighting and audio to camera selection and configuration.
  • Encoding H.264 Video for Flash, i-Pod/Phone/iPad and Silverlight – How to produce high quality H.264 video that plays smoothly on your target device or platform.

Flash Delivery Track – Hosted by Lisa Larson-Kelly

  • Flexible Protocols and Custom Player Development – Learn how to create and configure a Flash Player.
  • Flash Media Server Crash Course – FMS installation, configuration and management.

Early bird pricing is $170 for any ½ day course, or $300 for the full day. For more information or to sign up, please visit http://streamingflash.eventbrite.com.

About the Instructors

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop   March 23rdJan Ozer has produced and encoded video since the CD-ROM days (1992) and has taught courses in video and streaming production since 1994, most recently for the MCA-I and at Streaming Media Seminars in New York, San Jose and London, and for private organizations like Cisco, Lockheed and Johns Hopkins University.  Jan has written many authoritative articles on streaming technologies for outlets like StreamingMedia.com, Digital Content Producer, and EventDV and has written or co-authored 14 books on digital video related topics, including the Hands-On Guide to Flash Video: Web Video and Flash Media Server, with Stefan Richter. Jan's blog is streaminglearningcenter.com.

Streaming Production and Flash Delivery Workshop   March 23rdLisa Larson-Kelley began her career in print design, but was soon lured to digital media by a little application called Flash 4. She has worked with many video-centric start-ups as well as companies like Adobe, Microsoft and L'Oreal. She has also authored whitepapers, tutorials and e-seminars for Adobe, editorials and features for StreamingMedia.com; and co-authored the book Flash Video for Professionals (Wiley/Sybex, 2007).  An Adobe Community Professional, Lisa speaks at numerous industry conferences and user groups around the world, and is a founding member of the FlashCodersNY study group.  Her blog is Flashconnections.com

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  • AliceWonderland42

    Great article. I'm currently working on content for my website with the help of Video Production New York and it's going really well. Fast track delivery is something I am limited with though for now at least.