TAG’s new webinar series runs until the end of the year.
Continuing its successful webinar series, TAG Video Systems has released details for its next line-up, which began on July 29th. The series offers a deep dive into topics ranging from operating in a virtual environment to latency. The series is comprised of two webinars per month and run until the end of December 2020.
The first session, set for August 13th and entitled “TAG & Skyline Communications – NMS” will focus on: ways to automate your service lineup; ensure your probes and multiviewers are always in sync with your service; implement efficient probe and asset usage; improve service uptime; and consolidate monitoring and orchestration on a single pane of glass.
“Without skipping a beat, TAG is continuing our schedule of webinars that have become an industry staple in this era of virtual presentations,” said Kevin Joyce, TAG Video Systems’ Zer0 Friction Officer. “Topics are defined by the questions we hear every day from our clients and partners; issues that deal with the real-life challenges in today’s environment, and we address them with practical and realistic solutions. The format is an engaging and easy-to-watch combination of technical and operational explanations supported by visuals and topped off with advice delivered by the most knowledgeable, talented people in the industry, whether they are part of the TAG team or one of our expert partners.”
The schedule for future webinars follows:
- August 27th – Latency in Live Production Multiviewing
- September 15th – Format Alphabet Soup: Pros and Cons of HLS, DASH, NDI, 2110 etc.
- October 1st – How to Monitor Metadata
- October 20th – Multiviewing for Interlaced Video Formats
- November 5th – Selecting Monitors for your Multiviewing Application
- November 17th – Avoiding Latency in IP Media Transport
- December 10th – Monitoring and Alarming in IP Systems
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