Livestreaming is a powerful medium that allows you to connect with your audience, share moments in real-time and engage them in a way not possible before. Livestreaming is also a great way of reaching new audiences and engaging influencers in real time.
We have been covering the livestreaming space since 2008 and have seen it grow from thousands to millions of viewers. Our team has worked with countless brands and companies to create high-quality livestreams from small conferences all the way up to large scale events (some even live streamed into movie theaters).
Professional, high-quality livestreaming
If you're interested in livestreaming your business, event or influencer efforts, we'd love to help. We've got years of experience with professional livestreaming and will work with you to get started on the right foot.
We have a wide range of equipment available for purchase or rent, including cameras with lenses and tripods (or other types of mounts), microphones, audio mixers and LED lights. We also offer software solutions such as Wirecast Pro for creating high-quality content; it's easy to use and offers excellent features like real-time editing capabilities so that mistakes can be fixed immediately without having to start over from scratch every time something goes wrong during filming/streaming sessions!
Multicamera stream (up to 6 cameras, or 3 with recording on each)
A multicamera stream can be configured with up to six cameras, or you can configure your live stream with up to three cameras and record on each.
Live streaming: You can stream in real time with a multicamera configuration.
Live recording: Go back and watch your entire event after it has ended by taking advantage of our video archive feature.
Live editing: Use our powerful editing tools to highlight key moments from your event and create highlight reels.
Live broadcasting: Once your live broadcast is over, you'll have the option of posting it on social media so that others can see what went down!
All these features are included in one low monthly price for all of our plans (even the free ones).
Synchronized audio (mix/edit as it happens)
When live streaming, it's crucial to be able to mix and edit your audio as it happens. An impromptu interview can often result in an absolute disaster if you don't have the tools at hand to quickly fix any sound issues that arise. The quality of your stream is always going to be affected by what you're hearing—it's the most important part of livestreaming for businesses and influencers who want their viewers to enjoy watching them.
The right equipment will make all the difference when planning a successful event, but using professional equipment doesn't mean you need to spend hours setting up every time! Record clips from multiple sources and then synchronize them together seamlessly with Livestream Studio’s video editing software so they flow naturally into one another without any glitches or awkward pauses between clips (or worse: dead air).
Top-notch video quality
High-definition. A livestream must be in HD, a resolution of at least 720p (1280x720). This means that the picture is clear enough to see every detail and any text on the screen.
High framerate. That high framerate is crucial for making sure that viewers can see all of your movements, no matter how fast or slow they are moving. Any less than 60 fps and you’ll notice it: your fingers will look like they’re sliding across a table instead of playing piano keys or typing words into a document; people walking around in front of the camera could look like they’re floating above their feet; text on screen might seem like it has an echo when read aloud by the presenter because it didn't scroll smoothly enough from one line to another—the list goes on and on!
Low latency/high quality audio & video connections between equipment (cameras, microphones etc.). If everything isn’t connected well together then there will be delays between what happens onstage (or during streaming) compared with what appears on screen – which means that viewers won't get accurate representations of whatever action happened first thing when watching back later down the road - this can cause confusion amongst those who don't know any better!
The interviewee is the focus of the video, so they need to be comfortable. They need to be able to see you and hear you clearly. Your face will also appear on their screen in a box toward the top of their screen.
You should always show your face in dual-camera interviews! It creates a more personal connection with your viewers and lets them know that they can trust you as an expert or professional in your field (if that's who you are).
Professional lighting and sound
Need we anything about this? Pristine quality should be a given.
Stream to your custom YouTube channel, Twitch channel, Facebook, Twitter, Periscope etc.
Once you’re live, you can stream to your own YouTube channel, Twitch channel, Facebook and Twitter. You also have the option of streaming directly from other platforms like Periscope and Instagram Live.
Streaming on multiple platforms is important because it allows you to reach a wider audience—and there may be one that's more appropriate for your needs than the others. For example, if you're doing a livestream about social media marketing tips for small businesses and want to reach an audience of small business owners who are interested in learning how they can improve their social media presence through content creation or marketing efforts then having the ability to stream that video onto a platform like Facebook or Twitter would be best suited for this type of content while broadcasting it on YouTube might not make sense since none of those videos will have any views until days later when they're uploaded after the livestream has been completed (which could quickly become outdated since new developments happen so quickly).
Choose the time of the video premiere for maximum impact.
Choosing the time of your livestream is extremely important as it will determine how many people see it, and therefore, how many people engage with you. You should choose a time when your target audience is most likely to be online (i.e., during their lunch break or at home on the weekends).
Regardless of what time you choose, always make sure that there aren’t any major events happening in your niche that might distract from your livestream. For example, if someone else is doing a livestream about gaming at around 9 pm on a Wednesday night, viewers may not want to watch two separate gaming streams at once! This could lead them away from both streams unless they really like one stream more than the other.
It's also good practice to run pre-live tests before launching each stream so that you can make sure everything works as intended and there aren't any technical issues during broadcast
One stop shop for professional livestreaming.
Streamers can leverage our expertise, global reach and knowledge of the latest technology to create livestreams that are professional and engaging. With a streamlined process and access to our team of experts, you can focus on creating great content while we handle all aspects of your livestream. We're here to ensure your live video has everything it needs: from content creation through production to distribution.
Livestreaming has never been easier. You can do it all in one place, with one company, and get the most out of your time and resources. It doesn’t matter what kind of event or brand you have; we’re here to make sure that every moment gets captured for posterity