Screencasting and YouTube Live
Your event, conference, congress or meeting belongs on the web. It
needs to reach a worldwide audience and should last more than a few
hours or days. There is no getting around it: people like to watch
presentations on the web. They are not going to stop attending in
person but they do want to make the most of their time by catching
sessions they may have missed, revisiting important presentations
and discussing content with colleagues. Webcasting captures
the true value of events and never stop delivering.
And the on-line
video revolution continues for live events. It is now possible to
gather a worldwide internet audience, with no limit on the number
of concurrent viewers, with unlimited bandwidth on the most compatible
video platforms available for free! YouTube Live
has arrived and organizations can stream any event regardless of size
to the public or to members only using the easy to understand YouTube
interface. Take advantage now to engage a much larger audience. We
have been working with YouTube Live since 2010 and are here to help
you get the most from it.
of large audiences let’s talk Screencasting:
Projecting the video of the presenter onto large screens in a conference
room. This is normally an expensive option requiring two operators
and a lot of equipment. Now this function is combined with the webcasting.
The webcast operator can send a separate HD scene to the projectors.
This Screencast can be switched between preset scenes just like the
webcast. HD camera shots of the presenter, Power Point feeds or a
mixture are all possible. Available as an add-on for a webcast.