A sniglet for all casters-Max Flight goes 48 kHz-your new show

In BeyondPodcasting episode 15, Chris Curran of Podcast Engineering School and I introduce a new sniglet for all casters (which I also explain). Max Flight of Airplane Geeks joins the 48 kHz Alliance with a pre-recorded acceptance speech. Even if you don’t remember (or never knew) sniglets, I’ll get you up to speed. Spoiler: This one has to to with post-production and distribution. Finally, I’ll talk about the new online show you probably plan to create. Listen ahead.

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VideoDuplication and Interlaced Video Signals

Wes Cardone, a Videoguys customer and a successful event videographer has expanded his production services over the years and includes video duplication. Wes has worked with all sorts of legacy footage and has faced many challenges along the way. In this blog post he explains “What are jaggies?” and reveals some pretty interesting information about interlaced video.

Check out the full article from Wes HERE

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