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    24hr Podcast Huge Success due to Tricaster

    This morning I completed the second annual 24hr Podcast. Where I stream for 24hrs straight from my studio here in Hawaii and have people join me throughout the 24hr period.

    I want to congratulate the Newtek team. The tricaster streamed flawlessly for 24hrs straight. Directly from us to the good folks at Ustream.TV. We had over 15,900 people view the stream in the 24hrs with peaks as high as 700 people.

    The video was flawless and people were simple amazed. I used three cameras and one thing that would have really been cool is if you all could have native PIP. Man that would have made it even better as local guest and those that connected to me via skype video we could have PIP the two of us and made it just that much better.

    So my vote for #1 feature request is PIP!

    Otherwise the cost of the unit has paid for itself from the 2008 Podcast Awards and the 2nd Annual 24hr Podcast

    Todd Cochrane
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    Could you post a link to your podcast, so we can check it out?
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    There are 24 seperate segments I have to get web ready. So it will be a few days before I start putting them up online. www.24hrpodcast.com is where the archives will reside.

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    Question Ustream connection

    Merry Christmas to all from Denmark
    I just have a small question. What kind of setup do you use:
    Tricaster - Computer - Ustream ..or ??... Still cannot figure it out..
    How do you log on to Ustream and get it to recognize your output.
    Best regards Erik

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik walth View Post
    Merry Christmas to all from Denmark
    I just have a small question. What kind of setup do you use:
    Tricaster - Computer - Ustream ..or ??... Still cannot figure it out..
    How do you log on to Ustream and get it to recognize your output.
    Best regards Erik
    Erik,

    I am working on a tutorial video that will be out after the first of the year on using your TriCaster directly with Ustream.tv.
    Zane Condren
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    Great news Geeknews!
    Erik, I think people have had best luck with a "Push" stream if that helps.
    Zane, aren't you working through the holidays?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Condren View Post
    Erik,

    I am working on a tutorial video that will be out after the first of the year on using your TriCaster directly with Ustream.tv.
    Great,

    I am assuming the setup would be similar if not the same for the VT5?

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    With VT5 its even easier.

    How many of you would be interested in a LIVE training seminar on using Ustream with your VT5 or TriCaster that would allow you to call or skype in with questions?
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    Book it Danno! er....Zane.
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    I'd love to see it Zane, I've been laying out different approaches to do that just this week.
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    Since we will be purchasing a unit next month I am definitely interested because live streaming will be one of our major activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekNews View Post

    The video was flawless and people were simple amazed. I used three cameras and one thing that would have really been cool is if you all could have native PIP. Man that would have made it even better as local guest and those that connected to me via skype video we could have PIP the two of us and made it just that much better.

    So my vote for #1 feature request is PIP!
    We created our own PIP for the Tricaster Pro with LiveSets using Lightwave 3D. It was quite simple to do. With the Free download for LiveSets it took me only a few minutes to create, and your options are pretty much limited by your imagination.

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    Ustream

    Happy New Year to all from cold Denmark.

    Zane : thank you, looking forward to see this, wouldt love to see it live, but due to the timedifference I am afraid my display will be quite sleepy
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    Ted: thank you too, I have an account for live streaming with www.simplecdn.com works fantastic, super nice people by the way !!.
    I wouldt just like to be able to go with Ustream too..

    This is me by the way : www.ehmedia.dk

    best regards erik

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    Webcasting tutorial webcast

    Zane

    Webcasting a tutorial on webcasting? Isn't that going to create a disruptive ripple in the time space continuum thing?

    Count me in...

    Jack Z. - San Diego CA
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