Webcasting video training for Oracle in Japan

Corporate Webcasting Services

ICV uses our video production and post production experience to build programs that are a hybrid of live webcasts and produced training. We just returned from Japan where we spent 10 days shooting HD footage on our HDX900 cameras and used our AjA Ki-pro recorders to capture and webcast content for online customer training for Oracle. We webcast the training to a select group of paying customers. At the event in the classroom we also deployed the content into an ICV Video Media Portal for archived access.

Upon our return to the US we began editing the content to create modular courses for archived streaming video access in the ICV media portal for Oracle’s customers.
Using Final Cut Pro and our 3 fully equipped edit suites we loaded the raw footage transferred from the AjA Kipro recorders to our NAS. Then our editors began cutting intros, and bumpers, while organizing the content into courses.

Final editing is still underway and more sessions are planned.
Using Ki-pro recorders are a great way to save time in these long format programs. We can use them as a source and load directly into Final Cut. Far more efficient then tape.

Categories: HD video equipment Ki-Pro live webcasting video streaming

2 Comments

  • Brian says:

    Just curious, how did you webcast with the kipro? Did you go out live from the firewire port? Can you output via firewire live to a computer while recording?<br /><br />Cheers!

  • ICVJames says:

    Brian-<br />Sorry for the Delay in replying. Ki-Pro component is connected to an encoder that performs analog to digital conversion to Firewire. Then Firewire to Mac!