Change is continuous in this industry, and learning about the latest techniques and processes is required to keep up with the expectations of viewers and government officials. In this era of tight budgets and close fiscal scrutiny, free training that fits your work needs is the best way to keep abreast of industry trends.
So it was at December's Government Video Expo, where dozens of sessions targeted at public-sector television operations were available at no cost. Attendees took advantage of the offerings, as you can see in the photos below. (All photos by Mary Ellen Dawley)
"Unlocking the Secrets of Adobe Premiere Pro" was led by Jeff Greenburg.
Tom Pflaum led a session that copared video compression formats, such as HEVC, MPEG-2 and H.264.
The popular session on live streaming was presented by Andrew Haley of Telestream.
Rich Harrington presented "Creating Cinemagraphs: Putting Pictures into Motion."
Geoff Stedman presented "7 Things The Beltway Can Learn From Hollywood About Video Workflows."