High-end cameras and special A/V equipment allow you to do some amazing things with a lightboard, but one of the simplest ways to begin creating content is by using a tablet or smartphone. Default camera apps lack certain features that will make filming easier, so one of our favorite apps available for iOS and Android is FiLMiC Pro.
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Customers sometimes ask whether they would be better off buying a complete lightboard or building their own. For customers making educational videos or commercial content, a complete solution is often the best choice. For customers on a tight budget, our DIY Component kits can offer an attractive alternative. Learn more about the factors to consider.
Glass used in a lightboard should be low-iron with greater optical clarity, allowing even internal lighting across the board. For strength and safety we use tempered glass in our lightboards. Learn more about the properties of glass, things to watch out for, and how we polish the surfaces for greater clarity.
This guide will help you live stream lightboard based presentations to your audience. Live delivery is used to present in classrooms, auditoriums, and places of worship, as well as streaming via the internet to interact with distant individuals and audiences.
Video can be recorded in a variety of ways, but some users need a way to send a live signal to a computer, typically via HDMI or SDI cable. This can allow overlaying external images, live-streaming to a distant audience, and eliminating the file transfer step from production workflow. Normal HDMI ports on a computer cannot accept an incoming signal. To accomplish this, you need to use a video capture device or card. We discuss several options here.