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Learn to master your TriCaster system with the online-streaming Complete Training for TriCaster 455 & 855 from Class on Demand. Through a series of lessons, instructor Faraz Ahmed walks you through hardware and software setup, and then covers all the essential things you need to know about your TriCaster 455 or 855 system, such as input and output configuration, importing media, LiveMatte and virtual input setup, streaming, and live operation.
This training is recommended for the following TriCaster models:
TriCaster 450 EXTREME
TriCaster 850 EXTREME
12. Live Operation
12.2. Live Desktop Overview
12.3. Take, Fade, and Transitions
12.4. Downstream Keys
12.5. Fade to Black
12.6. Four Video Layers
12.7. Utility Delegate
12.8. Transition Delegate
12.9. Record, Stream and Grab
12.10. Using Virtual Inputs
12.11. Control Surface
About the Instructor:
Faraz Ahmed is an EMMY Award winning technical director, workflow consultant, and broadcast trainer who has been working with NewTek products for over for a decade. His strength comes from teaching workflows - not just basic product knowledge. Faraz has worked as a consultant around the world including Bermuda, Belgrade, Dubai, Karachi, and all across the United States. Faraz's training certifications include NewTek Certified TriCaster Operator, Final Cut Pro Certified Instructor & Adobe Certified Instructor. His clients include NBA TV, WNBA, IBM, International Media Consultants, Turner Broadcasting, and more.
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Class on Demand Online Training: Complete Training for TriCaster 455 & 855 Review