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The Wide Guide

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$10.00

The Digital copy of the well received idea book for multiscreen and video enthusiasts. Download today in three formats: Kindle, iBooks and PDF (for your computer)

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Description

In a generation where technology has never been more affordable, content never more accessible and creativity seemingly endless, The Wide Guide exposes all the secrets to multiscreen video production. Expert and author Luke McElroy, founder of TripleWide Media, beautifully illustrates (literally) all the tips and tricks of setting up multiscreen video displays and shows you the tools needed in order to look and feel like an expert yourself. This is a must have for any production freelancer, creative producer or stage designer. Please note this is only the digital download and does not come in a physical product.

4 reviews for The Wide Guide

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chip H.

    This is a fantastic resource for church media teams, touring musicians and other organizations using a lot of video production. Luke is a leader in this industry, and a voice that you definitely need to pay attention to! Highly recommended.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nail M.

    EYE OPENING:
    I haven’t been involved in multiscreen media for too long, but this book has been a great resource for me to learn more about different options and the technologies involved. Love how he talked about the pros and cons of the different setups not to mention the gear guide in the back! Now I’ve got to adjust my event budget…

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    KJ

    This was worth my $10, but not enough information to answer all my questions. Moving into multi screen or double or triple wide media is a costly investment and this wasn’t enough information to get us where we needed to be before allowing that kind of expense in our circumstance.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Roberto Lopez

    For someone that is wanting to start with Multi-Screen it gives you options of what softeware and hardware is out there. I know that you cloud probably find information online but it is nice to get the information from a trusted source. The items mentioned are not theories nor ideas they are proven by season techs in the video world.

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