If you've ever needed to live stream from your ATEM over a cellular connection, it's easy to set up as a backup — but on location, everything changes!
If you're not sure how to connect your ATEM Mini to the network, this is the video for you! I promise it's really easy… and you may not realize how many benefits there are to doing it!
This is a massive workflow video, sponsored by ATOMOS to show off the integration of ProRes RAW, ATOMOS Recorders and Adobe Premiere.
This is a massive, five hour long LIVE webinar on Blackmagic ATEM hardware, covering basic setup and deep details on the switches, camera control, and more!
Got BGH1 and BS1H questions? I've got answers! Well… let's try ;-)
The Panasonic LUMIX BGH1 is quite nearly the perfect camera for my studio setup. I absolutely love it, and you will, too!
The new Panasonic BS1H is the full frame S1H camera in a box-camera format, nearly identical in size to its little brother, the micro four thirds BGH1!
Let's have a birthday show! Come say happy birthday, ask some tough questions, and let's just hang out…
I've been wanting to have this discussion with Lee Herbet for a long time… so let's do it!
If you've ever wanted to bring a live caller, from Zoom for example, into your LIVE show, using your ATEM Mini, then this Tip will explain exactly how!
Standard HDMI is limited to about 20 meters (66 ft). But in this video, you'll see that fiber — now an affordable option — can go much, much longer.
By now you've probably heard of NFT — a secure way to sell digital art. It's exciting, it's interesting, and it's confusing AF. But help is on the way!
The LUMIX BGH1 box camera is extremely versatile as both a studio and a field camera — and you're going to need to power it!
It's been nearly two months! But summer is over… so come say hi, and let's catch up! We talk travel, lighting, ATEMs, Blackmagic updates, and more!
This 30 second “movie scene” was shot as demo footage for SIRUI Imaging and ATOMOS projects. This was shot using SIRUI anamorphic lenses on LUMIX BGH1 cameras to ATOMOS NINJA V recorders in ProRes RAW.