May 21st, 2010

A digital signage solution needs a few hardware components to be able to deliver the content. The most common configuration includes a display screen , a media player and a content management server. The connection from the media player to the display screen is usually via VGA, DVI, HDMI or Component video connection and the […]

May 20th, 2010

1. RCA Connection “RCA” is the short name of the Radio Corporation of America, which was the first to offer this type of connection to allow mono phonograph players to be connected to amplifiers. This is the most common audio input on TVs and many receivers. Signals are sent over two cables (stereo). Signals are […]

May 12th, 2010

MARATHON, FLORIDA, May 11, 2010 Broadcasting LIVE HD video from your Desktop has been a challenge to media professionals, broadcasting networks and corporate businesses worldwide. Eyepartner has developed a product called The HD Wave that runs on inexpensive off-the-shelf PC’s. The HD Wave makes it easy for anyone to broadcast streams in HD, up to […]

May 7th, 2010

There are a lot many types of video connections you can use depending on the available inputs on your TV and the outputs on your PC. That is why I decided to create a list and present each type in detail and the typical applications of each. Standard Connections: 1. Composite Video (analog) This is […]

May 6th, 2010

The Osprey 700e HD card seems to be very popular in the video streaming industry and a lot of magazines offered their awards to this card after running tests and making comparisons. Our professional team also made some testing and successfully used the Osprey video capture card to stream HD video. The card has a […]

May 5th, 2010

The following review offers you a quick and easy to achieve solution to this simple question: How can I do live streaming with a Vixia HF10 camera model and have HD quality? We are using our professional TikiLIVE broadcaster together with the Intensity Pro capture card from Black Magic to stream true HD streams. A […]

April 29th, 2010

The past decade has seen a revolution in the way that we communicate. The internet has allowed us to talk to each other on a scale never before seen. Today, many people are using the internet to keep in touch with their families and to conduct business meetings and calls. One of the unique features on the internet is the ability to view streaming videos. There are several services that provide this feature and other services like TikiLIVE that offer something similar.

April 28th, 2010

Check out our walkthrough on how to broadcast LIVE: Through TikiLIVE, you can choose a package that best suits your broadcasting needs and meets your current budget. Packages limit the bandwidth as well as storage on the TikiLIVE Servers. Content producers that will stream to a large audience will require more bandwidth and can actually […]

April 14th, 2010

Hello from the Eyepartner Help Desk! Today we are going to focus on monetizing your TikiLIVE Network via multiple revenue sources. Currently there are three ways to make money off a TikiLIVE Network, Selling Broadcasting Subscriptions, Charging for content set as Pay Per view as well as integrating Advertisments with your players. Check out the […]

March 31st, 2010

Hello, Please check out the following video showing how to connect your video and audio source to your broadcasting PC: Connecting your Video Source: The above example, outlining how to connect of a video source, can be applied to professional studios that have top of the line video and sound boards integrated. An example set […]