• Philip Nelson and Gary Robinson to lead workflow tours  
  • Workflow tours to span content creation and post production 
  • IBC SHOWCASE will take place 8-11 September at IBC.org 

IBC SHOWCASE will demonstrate how new technology is enabling all aspects of creation and production, from acquisition to post.

The SHOWCASE Workflow Tour: Content Creation considers all aspects of content creation, from cameras - field and studio, single and multi-camera - to sound, lighting, switching, remote production and IP innovation supporting production. 

The session, led by live streaming expert and Nelco Media founder Philip Nelson, will take place Tuesday 8 September, 4pm-5.30pm (BST), and is aimed at anyone tasked with capturing content; executives in sport, news and live; and owners and operators who want to explore use of cameras, sound and lighting for pre-recorded, live production and streaming in the era of Covid-19. 

Attendees will learn about:  

  • Tools for acquiring content and capturing audio 
  • Live production and streaming 
  • Remote production in the age of Covid-19 
  • Use of cameras, sound and lighting for live production 

The tour is just one of several tours taking place at IBC SHOWCASE, the virtual event that will take place 8-11 September at ibc.org, will feature tech leaders discussing key industry topics during sessions spanning four days. 

Another workflow tour, looking at all aspects of the post-production process including editing, grading, audio, VFX, cloud-based collaboration tools and remote editing, will be led by Emmy nominee Gary Robinson. 

Robinson is an award-winning writer, director, producer, and editor whose clients have included CBS, Sony, Universal and Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation. He has produced thousands of nationally broadcast promos for shows such as Married with Children, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Blind Date. 

The programme is designed for post-production engineers and heads of technology; facility managers and heads of post-production; and advertising producers who want to find the most efficient ways of working. 

Attendees to the session, which takes place Wednesday 9 September, 4pm-5.30pm (BST), will learn about: 

  • Using cutting edge kit for dynamic post-production 
  • The best tools for crafting immaculate audio 
  • Creating and managing efficient post-production workflows and processes 

For more information about the workflow tours, and to find out more about the rest of the event visit IBC SHOWCASE.