To Laser or Not to Laser – Laser Projectors vs. Traditional Lamp Projectors

Laser projectors have only been available to the public for around 10 years, and yet they’ve already changed the audiovisual world. Higher quality images, greater efficiency, and more compact designs have made them the new gold standard when it comes to projection technology.   Brightness When you compare a traditional lamp projector to a laser…

The Beginning of a Beautiful Partnership

When it came to opening its new facility in time for the first day of school, Knowledge Academies knew who to call for help and MCC Nashville answered the challenge eagerly. At MCC we are adaptive, and it took flexibility to accommodate the school’s schedule for a project that involved many facets.  “MCC Nashville moved…

Panasonic’s New Line-up of Laser Projectors are Brighter Than Ever: Introducing the New PT-RZ21KU and PT-RS20KU Projectors

MCC recently formed a partnership with Panasonic to bring the best quality projection systems to our clients, and the timing couldn’t be better.  Panasonic has just released some of the most advanced and feature packed laser projectors available in the industry.

Panasonic has long been an industry leader in the projection field.  By pushing advances in projection technology, Panasonic has created the feature list that top rental and staging professionals now demand in their projection systems.…

The Working Dead: 5 Technologies to Terminate From Your Office Today

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Technology is constantly evolving, which means that old, outdated technology is constantly being placed on the endangered technology list, and eventually becoming extinct altogether. Employees should be provided with technology that will help increase their productivity by saving time and effort, reducing human error, and driving speed of service to customers.

Outdated tech, or cobbled together solutions, limit your ability to respond to the needs of your organization and to changes in the market. The following list is our list of the 5 most endangered technologies that you should replace today.…

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MCC Announces Partnership with Panasonic USA

MCC is proud to announce a new partnership with Panasonic that will allow us to better serve you, our clients.  By partnering with one of the leading manufacturers in digital displays, projectors and more, MCC is able to provide you with amazing quality products like the DLP Laser Projector featured in the video below. Earlier…

Memphis Communications Corporation - The Nation's Largest Total Office Automation Dealer

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Business Essential Solutions to empower your efficiency and increase your profitability Learn More What We Do At MCC, our goal is to decrease our clients’ expenses and dramtically increase their profitability by implementing proven office automation systems. We effectively evaluate each client’s current technology processes and provide the most cost effective tools and technology to…

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New TriCaster Advanced Edition Update Benefits 860 and 460 Users

Source: New TriCaster Advanced Edition Update Benefits 860 and 460 Users | NewTek Studio

If you own a TriCaster 860 or 460, and have not yet moved up to TriCaster Advanced Edition you are missing out on many added capabilities that were formerly only available on the TriCaster 8000. Here are some of the changes:…

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4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Portable Camera

Source: 4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Portable Camera | The Tip Jar | NewTek Tips & Tricks

This topic can be very confusing to a lot of people. If you’re just starting out in the industry and looking to purchase new equipment, you might think that when it comes to picking up a camera, you can just check out what is on sale at Best Buy, and you’ll be all set to go. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Whether you’re shooting for live production or post, there are many things that need to be considered: size and weight if you will be using it to shoot handheld or in the field, camera resolution, image sensor, audio/video outputs (this is especially relevant for live production), etc. If you’re looking for a “professional” quality camera, prices range all over the map but decent ones can be found for $1,000-$4,000, and there are many options out there. So, how do you know where to start? Here are four things to consider when picking up your new production camera.