|Wednesday, December 4, 2019|
|1:15 PM - 2:00 PM|
AVNation Live from The Video Show
AVNation's Tim Albright and SCN's Megan A. Dutta will discuss The Video Show 2019 in a live podcast.
|2:15 PM - 3:00 PM|
The Power of Projection Mapping
A panel of experts will do a quick review of the equipment needed to create a stunning projection-mapped experience. This will be followed by an exclusive insight into the creative process behind the experience.
|3:15 PM - 4:00 PM|
The Economics of Video
This session will explore trends and growth opportunities in the professional video market. It will feature a dive into the economics behind the ever-expanding visual side of AV—like how manufacturing cost reductions are spurring the growth of LED. It will also review the top areas for growth for pro AV and the role video plays in those markets.
|4:15 PM - 5:00 PM|
Video Wall Challenges in the Modern AV World
How do end users best utilize video wall technology in the modern day world? This session will cover how to conquer today’s challenges—like PTZ auto-focusing issues as recently seen in the Democratic debates—and how integrators and end users can work together to achieve video wall success.
|Thursday, December 5, 2019|
|10:15 AM - 11:00 AM|
Video Types and Enterprise Networks: An IT Perspective
Gradually, AV traffic has been integrated into the flow of traffic on IP networks in schools and companies, but AV and IT have very different views on this trend. This session will explore the main types of video placed on enterprise networks and the Internet, and the typical characteristics that determine how each type behaves. It will also cover interaction with various traffic types and will use real life case studies to illustrate critical points.
|11:15 AM - 12:00 PM|
Recruiting Next-Gen Talent for AV
Why does the pro AV have issues recruiting next-gen talent? This panel will address current recruitment issues and discuss pathways to working with STEM programs that can help bring new talent to pro AV.
|12:15 PM - 1:00 PM|
Real Time Graphics in a Rendering World
As the media we consume and create becomes more and more diverse, project demands and requirements are becoming more difficult to manage. Time schedules are being shortened and budgets are being tightened. To add to this, projects are becoming more technologically complex. Whether it’s a webpage, a video file or an interactive generated piece of art, our need for tools that can work in real-time has never been more necessary than right now.
This presentation will explore the emerging real-time trends within the content generation and creation industry, the different ways to use these new technologies within the context of your editing needs, and the enormous benefits of being able to properly manage the media types of your visual storytelling, in real time.