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Gear Media Tech

By Alex Lindsay, Leo Laporte, Scott Bourne

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Description

Join Leo Laporte, Scott Bourne, and Alex Lindsay each week as they navigate through the tools and techniques of producing media for the internet. Gear•Media•Tech is your source for production tips from people in the middle of the online video revolution.

Customer Reviews

Lots of good info

Another quality production from the Pixel Corps in San Francisco. The same people behind lots of other great podcasts like This Week in Media, MacBreak and This Week in Tech, GMT is a great addition for podcast producers lost in the morass of equipment choices and other technical issues. Clear, concise and made for anyone who has ever wondered about this stuff.

Just Subscribed, Video Issue?

Seems to be a good show. Just got linked through listening to MacBreak Weekly, which is great. But these .mov files don't seem to be playing. Possibly a compatibility issue with new QT codec. But it won't launch in iTunes after the subscription dowloaded, no will it play in Quicktime. Error of not a movie file. Only plays in VLC, and that's kinda inconvenient. Hope you guys look into it.

Fast Orientation to the Mackie Onyx Mixer

Excellent & brief tour of the Mackie Onyx Mixer (16) includes all the INs & OUTs - haha -what, how, & why u use each feature. Future shows will review other mixers and equipment. If u want to do podcasting or anything more complex -- TOTALLY useful.