Being on the road is not like being at home. Don’t get me wrong. I’m in a fine hotel. No Helaine. None of my stuff.
I just ran down to the car. No USB charging cables. Who am I?
I’m very anxious to perfect my operation of the TriCaster. That’s the ‘control room’ for my home studio.
It does what’s needed. I just have to figure out how to command it. I don’t yet speak its language.
The TriCaster is capable of following a set of predetermined transitions between graphic elements, allowing me to ‘drive’ the show while on set in my studio. Along with originating live-from-home, it’s also probably a potential TV first.
I have to learn how it’s done.
There are two or three “aha” moments coming before I really understand the box. I’m reading manuals and watching tutorials, but need more hands on time.
By definition computer programs need to be logical. That makes learning easier. There’s no doubt I’ll get it. How quickly? Dunno.
TV friends say the TriCaster is easy to operate. I’m eager.
Meanwhile, I work with nice people at a fun operation. No complaining. It is truly a winter paradise. You’d love it here.