If you plan to webcast in two languages — say English and French — then we must capture and/or stream two distinct and independent audio/video streams — one for each language.
We stream either audio-only or video/audio, regardless of whether there are slides or not. Keep in mind that audio requires little bandwidth (see our “Bandwidth Calculator”).
Video, on the other hand, requires considerably more bandwidth and can significantly add to the costs of a webcast due to equipment and labour requirements (camera equipment, camera operator, lighting, etc.).
Live Web Audience
Select “Not Live” if we are only capturing the event for future on-demand webcasts.
PowerPoint or Keynote
Select “Yes” if we need to capture and webcast a PowerPoint or Keynote slideshow that is synchronized and displayed separately from the video. Besides PowerPoint or Keynote, this window can also be any high-resolution graphics source (RGB, VGA etc.). Otherwise, choose “No Slides”.
It is also possible to ‘mix’ slides and camera video. That means the video player can show a camera shot and then show a slide, or even do a picture-in-picture of the two. For samples of our various options, check out our Demo, and let us know what you have in mind in the ‘comment’ box below.
This is where your users will register for and receive a unique username/password combination in order to access the webcast. This is optional.
With or without Authentication, we usually gather basic user info like Name, Email, and Location. This too is optional.
This is the number of calendar days we’ll be on-site to capture/stream the event.
Regardless of the number of event days, we just need to know roughly how many Total Hours of presentations there will be whether from a single presenter or from several presenters.
This is how long you want us to keep the on-demand webcast up on our servers and available to the public or authorized users.