Counting Down to InfoComm 2014
Less than a month to register!
Pre-show InfoComm University™ classes start June 14, and the Exhibit Hall opens June 18. Make sure you don't miss one day of all the education, technology and networking InfoComm has to offer: register today with VIP Code UPDATE for your free exhibit-only pass.
Last Call — Live Events Training at InfoComm 2014
While seats are still available, register for live events training at InfoComm 2014. Here's just a sample of what you might want to check out:
- Principles of Live Mixing
- Mix it Up — Live Audio Workshop
- Introduction to Live Audio
- Lighting for Video for Live Events
- X-Factor: Media and Display Technology in Live Event Television
Get more details about these opportunities.
Are You an IATSE Member?
If you answered yes, you have access to free training, including a new course, Audiovisual Fundamentals for Stagehands that is part of a certificate program for stagehands making the transition to an audiovisual job. Learn more about how the partnership benefits you. Contact IATSE to sign up for this customized training program.
We invite you to attend the following webinars:
The Reality of Radio Frequency (RF) Access Changes to AV Users
May 28, 1 p.m. (New York), 6 p.m. (London)
As a consequence of the Analogue to Digital Switchover and the subsequent sell-off of this spectrum, wireless microphones have become a mainstay topic for AV users. This seminar will cover how different types of wireless systems operate, from analogue to digital, from UHF to 2.4 GHz, and further aim to demystify some of the confusion that surrounds this vital topic for the AV industry.
Manufacturers' Training: Kramer Electronics — 4K: There's More Than Meets the Eye!
May 29, 1 p.m. (New York), 6 p.m. (London)
4K (UHDTV) is coming, and as usual, there's lots of incomplete information or misinformation circulating about this new video and display format. But 4K isn't just about more pixels on the screen — there are many changes in the works that will make UHDTV a substantial upgrade from 2K. In this 30-minute session, you'll learn about pixel counts and aspect ratio definitions, new codecs for streaming 4K video, new imaging and more.