Introduction To Live Streaming – Intermediate





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Introduction To Live Streaming – Intermediate

This course will take you through the basics of live streaming and includes free resources such as a eBook and PDF docum – Free Course

What you’ll learn

  • Streamline your video content creation workflow with live streaming production techniques
  • Learn how to eliminate post production requirements and still produce valuable marketing videos
  • Create amazing marketing videos that will stand out, create leads and generate demand for your organization


  • Windows or Mac Operating System
  • Navigate Web browser
  • Basic Adobe Photoshop skills


MicroStreaming is a form of live production which can eliminate post production requirements yet still provide valuable marketing videos with real production value. PTZOptics has pioneered this new technique and has now released this video series introducing the main topics of interest. In this video series you can learn about how to create amazing marketing videos that will stand out, create leads and generate demand for your organization!

PTZOptics MicroStreaming approach pulls from effective sales principles and applies live streaming technologies to a new innovative workflow. Using a green screen with virtual sets allows marketing teams the ability to place their next video anywhere in the world! We seemlessly switch between various scenes to make our videos more powerful says Paul Richards Dir of Business Development at PTZOptics. So many customers have asked how we make our marketing videos that we decided to create a complete YouTube Series on the subject and coin the processMicroStreaming.

Learn how to deliver a hook, line and sinker during aMicroStreamand youll be amazed how effective video marketing can become. Microstreaming is a new way of producing content live without the need for post production. We teach you how to create top notch marketing videos that will generate leads for your company without the need of expensive video equipment and timely post production.

Author(s): Paul Richards

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