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Friday, November 19 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
The Art of Programming - Media Servers: Show Operations

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Vickie Claiborne, Training Manager - Americas at disguise, leads four sessions (C05 - C08) in The Art of Programming. These sessions will include the multitude of applications for media servers, to controlling them with DMX, building cues, layering, video inputs, busking, and camera tracking. Learn how the pros handle all aspects of programming media servers, one of the most powerful tools in today's technological universe.

Session C07 will cover topics to include:
  • Different shows need different approaches.
  • When do you decide to use manual cues or timecode triggers? What are the pros and cons of each?
  • Tips for busking a show.
  • Specific show examples from panelists.

Moderators
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Vickie Claiborne

Training Manager - Americas, disguise
Vickie Claiborne is the author of Media Servers for Lighting Programmers and the Training Manager for the Americas at disguise. She has more than 25 years of industry experience as a lighting and digital media server programming specialist for live events and is based in Las Vegas... Read More →

Speakers
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Rane Renshaw

@LimeLightWired
Rane Renshaw is a lighting director and programmer at LIV and STORY Nightclubs in Miami, FL. Primarily using Avolites and GrandMA consoles, Rane specializes in busking showfiles capable of the versatility Open Format DJ's and Hip Hop acts demand on the fly. With over 15 years of theatre... Read More →
avatar for Evan Bloom

Evan Bloom

Lighting and Digital Media Programmer, Trade Wind Productions, LLC
Evan Bloom is a lighting and digital media programmer based in Las Vegas.  Specializing in EDM, nightlife and concerts he uses DMX consoles to control both the lighting and media playback and live manipulation.  He specializes in Grandma, Chamsys, Resolume, Green Hippo and WYSIWYG... Read More →
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Chris Lose

Designer Relations Developer, Ayrton Lighting
Chris Lose is the designer relations developer for Ayrton Lighting, international touring lighting director, programmer, and columnist who has dedicated his life to solving problems through pragmatic decision making and calming techniques. He strives to invoke relationships and emotion... Read More →
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Abril Gamez

Video Engineer, Allure Productions
Las Vegas native, Abril Gamez, has long been drawn to the technical side of live production. She began her production career through certification training, the UNLV Entertainment Engineering program, and was mentored by some of the industry’s best. Abril added media servers to... Read More →
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Ruben Laine

Chief Nerd, Creative Integration Studio
"A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one... and this was true until COVID happened and we had time to sit at home and put some hours into all these topics, and programs, and workflows, that we just never had time to invest into because... Read More →
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Kyle Means

Video and Lighting Technologist, Visional
Kyle Means is Co-Founder, Principal and Head of Creative at Visional Productions. He has worked in the live production industry his entire life, starting with an early career in music production and a bachelor’s degree in Audio Production & Technology from Middle Tennessee State... Read More →



Friday November 19, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm PST
N108
  LDInnovation™, The Art of Programming: Media Servers
  • ETCP Credits .75
  • Separate Purchase Required? No
  • Included in Conference Pass? Yes
  • Session Number C07