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LIVE STREAMING BOOTCAMP WEEK 2: VIDEO 101
May 11 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Toronto Blues Society will continue to its online (Zoom) & free workshop series, with a Live Streaming Bootcamp with Guillermo Subauste each Tuesday in May between 1pm – 3pm ET.
The last hour being reserved for Q&A.
REGISTER NOW: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tc-uspz0tEtITt–pLs_L-jCAJwQKHf22
Each week will again focus on a different general topic including:
May 11: “Video” – including frame rates, lighting, colour correction, chroma keying.
May 18: “Layouts & Overlays for Screen” – including layouts, OBS, Wirecast.
May 25: “Streaming Platforms” – including platforms for streaming, bandwidth, pay walls.
Note from the instructor: “We’ll cover audio signal routing, microphone techniques, interfaces, DAWs and interconnections between them. Different solutions for multi-camera streams as well as how to improve streams done with just one smartphone, chroma keying, background replacement and different lenses. DSLR, webcams, smartphones. We’ll also cover different encoding softwares to improve your stream, such as OBS, Wirecast, Vmix and Streamyard, as well as different platforms for destinations for our streams. Paid options vs free, social media outlets or white label alternatives.”
You can click here or on the button below to register on Zoom for free. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. You will need to register only once and choose the weeks that you want to participate.
ABOUT GUILLERMO SUBAUSTE:
Guillermo Subauste has been performing, producing, song writing, mixing albums, recording and doing live sound around the world for 20 years. He emerged from the Peruvian punk rock scene of the early 2000s, with a DIY approach that allowed him to play countless shows, organize festivals and work as a sound engineer for several bands at a local studio in Lima, as well as doing live sound.
When the pandemic hit he started Stream Tune-Up (www.streamtuneup.com), a company that provides streaming solutions for different artists and organizations, as well as doing one on one consultations with artists wanting to improve their streams, happy clients include Sidedoor Access, Said The Whale, Creative Commons, STARS…, Sarah Slean, Dan Mangan, West Vancouver Memorial Library, The Horseshoe Tavern/Lee’s Palace, Lowest of The Low, Good Lovelies and more.