Over the years, we've given you some glimpses into our productions process--from camera and audio recording gear to podcast setup. But so much of how we produce videos and content on Tested isn't about the equipment and technology, but about the process. Specifically, the process that Joey has set up to shoot both in-studio and on-location videos as a one-person production team. (We've had additional help from time to time, and a new associate producer, Adam Isaak, whose work you've seen lately.) NewTek, the makers of the Tricaster video mixer, recently interviewed Joey for an extensive blog post about that process. From camera lens to streaming output, they walk you through Joey's current setup and thought process for recording reviews, builds, and podcasts.
It's recognition and credit of a process that's difficult to get across just from watching the finished videos, and I hope you'll share our appreciate of it. Testing happens both in front of and behind the cameras, and we'll continue to give you insights into how we make our content in future videos.