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Live webcasting via your website is one of the best ways to drive traffic to your website. Providing live webcasting of your event on your website is a great way to raise the profile of your event while keeping your costs down. Being that people can be in attendance without physically being at the event, you will save yourself a lot of money. We can help you produce your event at an affordable price with a webcast package. Many live webcasts go wrong because you are using the wrong software. We can get you the proper software and use the software in the most effective way for your webcast. Using our webcast package (some of the benefits are listed below) is the best way to deliver your events or messages to people all over the world without breaking the bank. We employ highly trained technicians that can assist you in delivering the perfect live webcast on your website.

Event Production

  • Expert web encoding
  • Multi-location support
  • On-location assistance
  • Real-time integration of media sources
  • Multi-camera or single.

Webcast Management

  • Detailed post-broadcast report
  • Logistics coordinator
  • Pre-production support and planning
  • Event day projector management
  • Real-time updates
  • Complete production services

Customized Support

  • Question and answer capabilities
  • Detailed post-broadcast report
  • Logistics coordinator
  • Pre-production support and planning
  • Event day projector management
  • Real-time updates
  • Complete production services
  • Live event controls
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Teradek 255 Live Streaming

Attach this unit to any camera's HDMI and you will be set to upstream audio video live online.

Additional Webcast Services

  • Lighting
  • Video production
  • Live switching
  • Audio production
  • Live chat functionality
  • Synchronized presentation and video materials
  • DVD authoring and post production services

What else should I Consider...?

  • We are here to help you if you need your live webcast to be delivered to multiple sites that are in need of audio visual support. Some of the multi-site live webcast services that we offer include:
  • Venue certification
  • Projectors and portable screens
  • Laptops
  • Presentation equipment
  • Microphones and speakers
  • LCD monitors and plasma televisions
  • Podiums
  • Highly trained technician support and set-up

Our ProcessIn 3 Simple Steps

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Step 1

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Step 2

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How to Live Stream

You may have come across dozens of live streams across the internet, and have wondered how these are achieved. Follow this guide to get started conducting your own live stream, including a checklist of everything you’ll need to get it done.

Choose How to Start Your Live Stream

Basically, you’ve got a couple of options to start live streaming:

1)         From a Mac- or PC-based software encoder

2)         From a hardware-based encoder

Ensure Adequate Internet Connection

You’ll obviously need the internet to live stream, but you’ve got to make sure that it is adequate enough. Preferably, you’ll need wired broadband connection to provide you with optimal performance. The speed of your overall internet connection should also be at least twice that of what you want to live stream. If you stream at half the connection speed, watching the feed simultaneously will cause you to go over your internet speed capability.

Your Live Streaming Checklist

To get started live streaming, you’ll require:

  • An account with a live streaming service
  • A live channel
  • An XML profile

Your Video Source

In order to live stream, the video needs to be brought through a hardware encoder or computer. If you’re using a computer to stream, make sure you have a video capture card, and that the computer is set up to accept video feeds. You can easily check this through the attached webcam that most likely exists on your laptop.

Of course, a computer’s webcam won’t provide the same level of quality as a dedicated camera. If you choose to use a camera, make sure it’s got a UVC, USB3 or Firewire connection that will have to be fed into the computer or encoder.

PC Encoder Computer Requirements

✓         At least 2 GB of RAM

✓         At least 500 MB of free hard drive storage space

Mac Encoder Computer Requirements

✓         At least 1 GB of RAM

✓         At least 500 MB of free hard drive storage space

✓         Mac OSX version 10.5 or later

✓         QuickTime 7 or later

✓         QuickTime compatible video capture device

✓         2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster

Your Software Encoder

While there are plenty of software encoder solutions you can choose from, the only free one is the Flash Media Live Encoder. If you choose to use this version, download and install it. Once you’ve done that, you can save the XML with all account settings to the hard drive.

Launch Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, then do the following:

  • Click FILE at the top left
  • Locate and open the profile you saved earlier
  • Click START in the program at the bottom when ready to stream
  • Enter your login and password under ENCODER SETUP

Your Hardware Encoder

If you choose to use a hardware encoder, choose “professional encoder” as your method of acquisition in your account. Get a publishing point by going to STREAM, at which point you’ve receive a URL or a Stream URL and Stream Name. Should you be asked for a password and username, leave blank.