*Online content is available for 90 days from the date access is granted.
The Maestro | News Basics (MN101) eLearning course provides a series of recorded lessons that teach students to manage, distribute, and play out high-resolution, real-time broadcast graphics and videos easily and efficiently. It covers the entire broadcast workflow, starting from the graphic creation process and finishing with the final graphic templates ready for air.
The first lesson covers the basics of Maestro | Designer which is used to design the look and feel of the graphics. The following lessons cover using the PageEditor to create data entry templates for graphics of any kind. Here you’ll learn about creating connections to external data sources and rules for conditional playout. Students will also learn how to build rundowns from the existing graphic templates for playback to air.
After completing a group of lessons, students can do a self-directed hands-on summary exercise designed to simulate real-life broadcast examples. Downloadable media and graphics templates are provided for students to complete these exercises.
This course is intended for broadcast studio designers and operators who are tasked in preparing data entry templates (pages) for use during broadcast.
Working knowledge of the broadcast workflow
Basic user knowledge and some experience in Maestro | Designer
Basic understanding of Excel files, SQL DB
After this course, students will be able to:
Create Maestro | News pages, which are used by broadcast operators during broadcast to control Maestro | Designer scenes
Set up graphic templates to efficiently control the animations and populate them with updated text, data, images, etc. obtained from different DB sources