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    How Jose Burgos helped me in a pinch

    Hey all, this is my first post.

    I just wanted to share with everyone how Jose really came through for me on my first Tricaster project.

    Due to the total lack of real feature rich video tutorials explaining how to use the Tricaster Studio, I turned to the forum here to find help... then I stumbled upon a thread where someone was giving this guy Jose big props for coming through...

    ...we were up against the clock and needed a custom lower third to match the lower third we've been using from our old production and Jose walked us through the process on how to create a custom title... (like I really have the time to read that HUGE manual)

    anyway this guy was crucial in our broadcast, and he was reasonably priced... and he even worked on a holiday to see to it that our production got what it needed...

    I recommend him and look forward to using him in the future... find him here: http://burgosfx.com/BURGOSFX/Contact.html

    NOTE TO TRICASTER MAKERS: Hire this guy to make basic, entry level, video tutorials... your sales overview videos just don't do the trick.

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    Jose is the best, thats for sure!

    We have been hard at work on producing a "Getting Started" Video tutorial for TriCaster. The Good news is that its done and off to be replicated. We will start shipping it in the box with every TriCaster as soon as receive them in house. Send me an email to [email protected] with your mailing address and I will send you a copy.
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    If you have some specific areas you would like to see covered in great detail email me those as well and I will add them to the list. Training is currently a big focus at NewTek, so we want to make y'all happy
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    Jose truly is a gem!

    And he doesn't give you a hard time if you can't find the ascii code to spell his name properly....
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    He's good people, for sure.
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    Jose is a wonderful person, and I'm honored to call him 'friend'.
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    Thank you all for the kind words.

    I just posted a tutorial late last night on how to make simple title templates and it has a bonus portion showing how to make a permanent title template;
    http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?t=99303

    Take care,
    Last edited by joseburgos; 06-06-2009 at 10:10 AM.
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    Jose, very good tutorial...thanks for taking the time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane Condren View Post
    Jose is the best, thats for sure!

    We have been hard at work on producing a "Getting Started" Video tutorial for TriCaster. The Good news is that its done and off to be replicated. We will start shipping it in the box with every TriCaster as soon as receive them in house. Send me an email to [email protected] with your mailing address and I will send you a copy.
    Will you post this video on the site? I need to train 2 other crew members on the TriCaster before my vacation in August.

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    This video won't be online but you can request one to be mailed to you by sending me an email with your mailing address, [email protected]
    Zane Condren
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneLantern View Post
    (like I really have the time to read that HUGE manual)
    You may want to find the time to do this.

    Admitting to not reading then manual then complaining that you don't know how to accomplish something seems a little contradictory to me.

    and yes, Jose is the man.

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    We're always happy to receive feedback on manuals, even if it is just to say they are "huge" (I suppose that's better than "tiny"?)

    The manuals generally launch as soon as possible (i.e., right after discussing basic setup operations), into a Quick Start section - but I'm entirely in favor of video for that purpose - whether instead or in addition to what the manual provides.
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    I'm guessing 'in addition to', Steve.
    Most people don't have a DVD player setup at 'the throne'.


    Quote Originally Posted by SBowie View Post
    We're always happy to receive feedback on manuals, even if it is just to say they are "huge" (I suppose that's better than "tiny"?)

    The manuals generally launch as soon as possible (i.e., right after discussing basic setup operations), into a Quick Start section - but I'm entirely in favor of video for that purpose - whether instead or in addition to what the manual provides.
    Don't stream it - TriCast it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Lara View Post
    Most people don't have a DVD player setup at 'the throne'.
    Really? What is this, the 70's? Phillistines ...
    Last edited by Paul Lara; 08-10-2009 at 10:31 AM.
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    It's ALL about the light Paul Lara's Avatar
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    ...at which point this conversation swings 'round full circle, since the subject header says 'in a pinch'. LOL
    Don't stream it - TriCast it!

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